Commercial list appearances include Bennett Jones, Fogler Rubinoff, Lerners, Miller Thomson, Osler

Each appeared in three commercial cases this week

Commercial list appearances include Bennett Jones, Fogler Rubinoff, Lerners, Miller Thomson, Osler
Law firms appearing for the week ending February 17, 2023

Bennett Jones, Fogler Rubinoff, Lerners, Miller Thomson, and Osler appeared in three commercial cases this week.

Bennett Jones appeared in three cases this week.

Jeffrey Leon, partner, represented respondent The Province of British Columbia and several others in Imperial Tobacco Canada Limited et al v JTI-Macdonald Corp. et al. Leon’s practice includes domestic and cross-border securities, commercial, corporate, product liability, professional negligence, and health care proceedings.

Richard Swan, partner, represented Bennett Jones LLP in Hazelton Development Corporation v Bennett Jones LLP et al. Swan’s commercial law practice focuses on litigation, arbitration and dispute resolution.

Sean Zweig, partner, represented respondent The Province of British Columbia and several others in Rothmans, Benson & Hedges Inc. v Imperial Tobacco Canada Limited et al. Zweig’s practice focuses on bankruptcy and restructuring cases.

Fogler, Rubinoff LLP appeared in three cases this week.

Vern DaRe, partner, represented The Canadian Cancer Society as respondent in Imperial Tobacco Canada Limited et al v JTI-Macdonald Corp. et al and Rothmans, Benson & Hedges Inc. v Imperial Tobacco Canada Limited et al. practice focuses exclusively on bankruptcy and insolvency law and creditor and debtor rights.

Milton Davis, partner, represented applicant P. Jittalan in Jittalan v Reflourish Capital Limited et al. Davis focuses on commercial litigation specializing in banking and real estate litigation, corporate and shareholder disputes, mortgage remedies and professional negligence claims.

Lerners LLP appeared in three cases this week.

Robert Bell, partner, represented defendant Infrassure Ltd. in Wiener Stadtische Versicherung Ag Vienna Insurance Group v Infrassure Ltd. Bell’s practice includes commercial litigation, insurance defence, specialty insurance coverage, and class actions.

Colin Boggs, partner, represented defendant Gore Mutual Insurance Company and one other in Workman Optometry Professional Corporation et al v Aviva Insurance Company of Canada et al. Boggs’s practice included insurance defense, health law, specialty insurance coverage, and class actions.

William Pepall, partner, represented defendant R. Brown and one other in Jones et al v Mizzi et al. Pepall’s practice includes commercial litigation, arbitration, and class actions.

Miller Thomson LLP appeared in three cases this week.

Nafisah Chowdhury, partner, represented applicant Carrie Arran Resources Inc. in Carrie Arran Resources Inc. Chowdhury specializes in commercial and employment litigation.

Asim Iqbal, partner, represented applicant Hazelton Development Corporation in Hazelton Development Corporation v Bennett Jones LLP et al. Iqbal’s practice focuses on insolvency and restructuring law, guiding a client through informal workouts, formal restructuring proceedings and special situations with a creative and practical approach to problem solving.

Craig Mills, partner, represented respondent North Atlantic Operating Company, Inc. in Imperial Tobacco Canada Limited et al v JTI-Macdonald Corp. et al. Mills focuses on commercial disputes, creditors’ remedies, insolvency law, and franchise law.

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

Deborah Glendinning, partner, represented Imperial Tobacco Company Limited as applicant in Imperial Tobacco Canada Limited et al v JTI-Macdonald Corp. et al and Rothmans, Benson & Hedges Inc. v Imperial Tobacco Canada Limited et al. Glendinning’s practice focuses on corporate, commercial and banking disputes, product liability and negligence claims.

Jayne Cooke, associate, represented applicant Freshii Inc. in Freshii Inc. Cooke completed her JD at Osgoode Hall Law School.

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