Bennett Jones, Kim Spencer McPhee appear in multimillion-dollar commercial case

Loopstra Nixon, Miller Thomson, Osler Hoskin most commercial case appearances this week

Bennett Jones, Kim Spencer McPhee appear in multimillion-dollar commercial case
Law firms appearing for the week ending October 15, 2022

Bennett Jones and Kim Spencer McPhee proceed with a multimillion-dollar commercial case. Loopstra Nixon, Miller Thomson, and Osler Hoskin & Harcourt appeared in three cases this week.

Multimillion-dollar commercial case

The most interesting case heard this week is Anson Advisors Inc. et al v Stafford et al with a concerned amount of $111 million. Bennett Jones LLP partner Robert Staley appeared for the plaintiffs. Kim Spencer McPhee Barristers P.C. partner Won J. Kim appeared for the respondents. Several parties appear to be unrepresented.

Loopstra Nixon LLP appeared in three cases this week.

Christopher Lee, partner, represented applicant M. Marsili in Marsili v 438056 Ontario Limited et al and defendant The Estate of Silvio Marsili in Coppola et al v The Estate of Silvio Marsili. Lee’s expertise includes commercial litigation, administrative law, tax litigation, construction litigation, and bankruptcy and insolvency.

Michael Brendon McWilliams, partner, represented plaintiff 1348441 Ontario Inc. O/A Solutions Your Organized Living Store in 1348441 Ontario Inc. O/A Solutions Your Organized Living Store v Al-Agha et al. McWilliams practices in commercial and construction litigation, including disputes involving creditor remedies, enforcement of security, shareholder remedies, real estate, commercial tenancies, mortgage enforcement, breach of contract, professional liability, fraud, defamation and insurance coverage.

Miller Thomson LLP appeared in three cases this week.

Kevin D. Sherkin, partner, represented plaintiff C. Coppola and one other in Coppola et al v The Estate of Silvio Marsili. Sherkin’s practice focuses primarily on commercial litigation, with expertise in construction matters, shareholder disputes, real estate-related litigation, and breach of trust claims.

Larry Ellis, partner, represented respondent City & Stay Hotel Group Limited in Peek et al v City & Stay Hotel Group Limited. Ellis has extensive experience in both the litigation and commercial aspects of corporate restructurings, bankruptcies, receiverships, and enforcement of creditors' rights and remedies.

Kyla Mahar, partner, represented applicant The Flowr Corporation, The Flowr Canada Holdings ULC, The Flowr Group (Okanagan) Inc. and Terrace Global Inc. in The Flowr Corporation, The Flowr Canada Holdings ULC, The Flowr Group (Okanagan) Inc. and Terrace Global Inc. Mahar’s practice focuses on corporate restructuring, insolvency, recapitalizations, refinancing, distressed acquisitions, and enforcement of creditors' rights.

Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP appeared in three cases this week.

Adam Hirsh, partner, represented applicants Bausch + Lomb Corporation in Bausch + Lomb Corporation, Lundin Mining Corporation in Lundin Mining Corporation, and Maple Leaf Foods Inc. in Maple Leaf Foods Inc. Hirsh practices complex, high-stakes commercial and corporate litigation, including commercial disputes and private arbitration, class action, tax disputes and insolvency matters.

Chahal Litigation appeared in two cases this week.

Joga S. Chahal represented defendant 1738819 Ontario Inc. in AM-STAT Corporation v Aldrogian Holdings Inc. et al and again with one other defendant in AM-STAT Corporation v Aldrogian Holdings Inc. et al, a separate case with the same short title. Chahal’s practice focuses on corporate and commercial litigation, real estate, mortgage, personal injury, employment, insurance, and professional negligence claims.

Moldaver Barristers appeared in two cases this week.

Ronald Moldaver, partner, represented plaintiff AM-STAT Corporation in two separate cases with the same short title, AM-STAT Corporation v Aldrogian Holdings Inc. et al. Moldaver practices corporate commercial, estate, and other related litigation.

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