Garfinkle Biderman, Spetter Zeitz Klaiman act in $6-million commercial case

Chaitons LLP appears in six commercial list suits this past week

Garfinkle Biderman, Spetter Zeitz Klaiman act in $6-million commercial case

Chaitons; Bennett Jones; Fogler, Rubinoff; Miller Thomson; Reconstruct; and Fasken made appearances in four or more commercial list matters before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice this past week.

Last week’s most notable commercial suit was the $6,361,900.44 case Calicom Solutions Inc. et al v 2538983 Ontario Inc. Garfinkle Biderman LLP Barristers & Solicitors partner Wendy Greenspoon-Soer represented Calicom Solutions Inc. and 23 other applicants. Greenspoon-Soer focuses on insolvency and commercial litigation.

Mark Klaiman of Spetter Zeitz Klaiman PC advised respondent 2538983 Ontario Inc. His practice areas include commercial and contractual disputes and franchise litigation.

Chaitons LLP appeared in six cases last week

Harvey Chaiton, partner, acted for Atrium Mortgage Investment Corporation and one other plaintiff in Atrium Mortgage Investment Corporation et al v Stateview Homes (Nao Towns II) Inc. et al and represented Marshallzehr Group Inc. as an applicant in Marshallzehr Group Inc. v Lawrence Manor Towns Inc. et al and as a respondent in Kingsett Mortgage Corporation v Mapleview Developments Ltd. et al et al. He focuses on receiverships, corporate restructurings, and insolvency litigation.

Maya Poliak, partner, advised applicant Marshallzehr Group Inc. in Marshallzehr Group Inc. v 2174542 Ontario Inc. et al and acted for applicant Bank of Montreal in Bank of Montreal v Roll X Carriers Inc. et al. Her areas of experience span litigation, bankruptcy, and insolvency.

Danish Afroz, partner, represented plaintiff Royal Bank of Canada in Royal Bank of Canada v Maxx Properties (No. 323) Ltd. et al. He works on all aspects of corporate restructuring and commercial insolvency matters.

Bennett Jones LLP appeared in five cases last week

Milan Singh-Cheema, associate, advised applicant Kingsett Mortgage Corporation in Kingsett Mortgage Corporation v 759 Winston Churchill GP Inc. et al. and in the Kingsett v Mapleview case. He has a general restructuring and insolvency law practice.

Joshua Foster, associate, acted for Balboa Inc. and 10 other applicants in Balboa Inc. et al v the Fuller Landau Group Inc. He works on the financial restructuring of distressed companies in formal proceedings.

Aiden Nelms, associate, represented applicants Kingsett Mortgage Corporation and Dorr Capital Corporation in Kingsett Mortgage Corporation and Dorr Capital Corporation v Stateview Homes (Minu Towns) Inc., Stateview Homes (Nao Towns) Inc., Stateview Homes (On the Mark) Inc., and Stateview Homes (High Crown Estates) Inc. et al. He has a general restructuring and insolvency practice.

Andrew Sahai, associate, advised plaintiff M. Orr in Orr v Slattery et al. Sahai has a general commercial litigation practice.

Fogler, Rubinoff LLP appeared in five cases last week

Milton Davis, partner, acted for applicant P. Jittalan in Jittalan v Reflourish Capital Limited et al, represented M. Slattery and two other defendants in the Orr case, and advised applicant Ballantry Construction Management Inc. in Ballantry Construction Management Inc. v GR (Can) Investment Co. Ltd. He handles banking and real estate litigation and corporate disputes.

Vern DaRe, partner, acted for applicant Meridian Credit Union Limited in the Meridian Credit Union Limited v Stateview Homes (Elm&Co) Inc. et al. He focuses exclusively on bankruptcy and insolvency law and creditor and debtor rights.

Catherine Francis, partner, represented applicant Toronto-Dominion Bank in The Toronto-Dominion Bank v Skylink Express Inc. et al. She is experienced in commercial and insolvency litigation.

Miller Thomson LLP appeared in five cases last week

Mark Frederick, partner, advised defendant S. Totrov in Lauzon et al v Fletcher et al. He is an insurance defence lawyer.

In the Kingsett v Mapleview case, partner Domenic Presta acted for respondent Bank of Montreal. He is a national co-lead for technology at the firm. Tony Van Klink, partner, represented respondent Foremont Drywall Contracting. He practises insolvency and restructuring law and related commercial litigation.

Kevin Sherkin, partner, advised C. Coppola and one other plaintiff in Coppola et al v The Estate of Silvio Marsili. He focuses on commercial litigation.

David Ward, partner, acted for WP Holdings Ltd. and two other applicants in WP Holdings Ltd. et al v. e2 Companies LLC et al. He belongs to the firm’s restructuring and insolvency and commercial litigation groups.

James Zibarras, partner, represented D. Abbott and four other applicants in Abbott et al v Heinrich et al. He works on civil litigation, including commercial disputes.

Reconstruct LLP appeared in five cases last week

Caitlin Fell, founding partner, advised respondent TLSFD Taurasi Holdings Corp. in the Kingsett v Stateview case and acted for respondent MCO Management Inc. in the Meridian Credit case. She practises commercial law.

Sharon Kour, founding partner, represented applicant 2039882 Ontario Limited in a case of the same name and advised e2 Companies LLC and two other respondents in the WP Holdings case. She handles insolvency deals and litigation.

R. Brendan Bissell, partner, acted for 10467430 Canada Inc. and one other defendant in Richards et al v Jacoby et al. He focuses on insolvency, restructuring, and commercial litigation.

Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP appeared in four cases last week

Rahat Godil, partner, represented respondent Osisko Gold Royalties Ltd. in Base Titanium Limited v Osisko Gold Royalties Ltd. She focuses on complex commercial litigation.

Peter Pliszka, partner, advised respondent Sandoz Canada Inc. in Purdue Pharma L.P. et al v Sandoz Canada Inc. et al. He chairs the firm’s life sciences litigation and product liability and insurance practice group.

Samuel Rickett, partner, acted for M. Kotzer and three other applicants in Kotzer et al v Humbold Commercial Limited et al. He practises corporate/commercial and civil litigation.

Mitch Stephenson, partner, represented respondent Aviva Insurance Company of Canada in the Kingsett v Mapleview case. He belongs to the firm’s insolvency and restructuring group.

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