Bennett Jones, Kim Spencer McPhee proceeds in 111-million-dollar case

Chaitons LLP had most commercial case appearances last week

Bennett Jones, Kim Spencer McPhee proceeds in 111-million-dollar case

Bennett Jones partner Robert Staley and Kim Spencer McPhee principal Won J. Kim leads their respective parties in the $111 million commercial case. Chaitons LLP also appeared in the most commercial cases this week.

$111 million case heard this week.

The commercial case heard this week that involved the highest amount was Anson Advisors Inc. et al v Stafford et al with a concerned amount of $111 million. Bennett Jones LLP partner Robert Staley represented the plaintiffs. Kim Spencer McPhee Barristers P.C. principal Won J. Kim represented the respondents.

Chaitons LLP appeared in four cases this week.

Harvey Chaiton, partner, represented applicant Marshallzehr Group Inc., as administrator in Marshallzehr Group Inc., as administrator v 12252856 Canada Inc. and applicant Bank of Montreal as administrative agent in both Bank of Montreal as administrative agent v 2442931 Ontario Inc. et al and Bank of Montreal, as administrative agent v Unity Health Toronto. Chaiton practices in the areas of bankruptcy and insolvency with particular emphasis on receiverships and corporate restructurings, including insolvency litigation.

Sam Rappos, partner, represented applicant Marshallzehr Group Inc. in Marshallzehr Group Inc. v Areacor Inc. et al. Rappos’s practice is focused on advising debtors, creditors, purchasers, suppliers, court officers and other interested parties with respect to bankruptcy and restructuring proceedings under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act and the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act.

Bisceglia & Associates Professional Corporation appeared in two cases this week.

Emilio Bisceglia, partner, represented respondent P. Ditta and one other in Ditta et al v Cult Iron Works Limited et al and respondent Urban Mechanical Contracting Ltd. in Bank of Montreal as administrative agent v 2442931 Ontario Inc. et al. Bisceglia has an extensive commercial litigation practice involving shareholder disputes, construction law litigation, construction liens, insolvencies, and advising in connection with construction and commercial disputes.

Drudi, Alexiou, Kuchar LLP appeared in two cases this week.

Constantine Alexiou, partner, represented applicant J. Ditta and one other in Ditta et al v Cult Iron Works Limited et al. Alexiou has extensive experience in construction and real estate disputes as well as asset and debt recovery litigation and enforcement.

Adam Wainstock, partner, represented respondent Safway Services Canada, Inc. in Bank of Montreal as administrative agent v 2442931 Ontario Inc. et al. Wainstock’s litigation practice covers all manners of civil disputes with a focus on commercial disputes including construction and real estate claims.

Stikeman Elliott LLP appeared in two cases this week.

Eliot Kolers, partner, represented First Capital Real Estate Investment Trust and several others in Sandpiper Real Estate Fund 4 Limited Partnership et al v First Capital Real Estate Investment Trust et al. Kolers has vast expertise in the areas of corporate commercial litigation, class actions, securities litigation, and competition litigation matters.

Daniel Murdoch, partner, represented defendant Cyanco Company, LLC in Kinross Gold Corporation et al v Cyanco Company, LLC. Murdoch practice focuses on class actions, complex commercial litigation and insolvency and restructuring matters.

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