Miller Thomson, Devry Smith Frank active in corporate commercial litigation

Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt also in multiple Commercial List cases this week

Miller Thomson, Devry Smith Frank active in corporate commercial litigation

Two law firms, Miller Thomson LLP and Devry Smith Frank LLP, each appeared in three separate commercial cases before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice’s Commercial List this week.

Miller Thomson LLP appeared in three cases

Gregory Azeff, partner, represented applicant Trinity Ravine Community Inc. in Trinity Ravine Community Inc. Azeff’s practice focuses on bankruptcy and insolvency law, having worked with businesses from a wide range of industries including banking & financial services, securities, information technology, and commercial & residential property management, among others.

Kevin Sherkin, partner, represented plaintiff J. Riar and several others in Riar et al v. Khudal et al. Sherkin’s practice focuses primarily on commercial litigation, with expertise in construction matters, shareholder disputes, real estate-related litigation and breach of trust claims.

James Zibarras, partner, represented defendant Canada Investment Corporation in 2384419 Ontario Inc et al v. 1 Plus 12 Corporation et al. Zibarras has extensive experience in civil law matters.

Devry Smith Frank LLP in court three times

Adam Grossi, partner, represented S. Mikrogianakis and one other in Tsialtas v. Mikrogianakis et al. Grossi’s practice is focused upon finding resolutions for the issues that affect those in the construction realm, including construction liens, breach of trust claims, bond claims, and constructions contracts.

James M. Satin, partner, represented applicant Factbanc Corporation in Factbanc Corporation v. B & G Fleet Management Ltd. Satin’s expertise includes the most effective, and cost-efficient methods for recovering debts, both prior to and following judgment.

Graeme Oddy, associate, represented respondent C. Yang in Ngai v. Maple Investments (Ontario Business Name No. 231019498) et al. Oddy’s practice involved in a broad range of commercial litigation matters, including contract disputes, shareholder and partnership disputes, and commercial arbitrations.

Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP appeared in two cases

Christopher Naudie, partner, represented plaintiff Tridelta Investment Counsel Inc. and several others in Tridelta Investment Counsel Inc. et al v. GTA Mixed-Use Developments GP Inc. et al. Naudie practises corporate and commercial litigation, with a strong focus on corporate litigation, class action defence and cross-border litigation.

Marc Wasserman, partner, represented applicant Revlon Inc. and one other in Revlon, Inc. v. Almay, Inc et al. Wasserman practises corporate and commercial law in the areas of corporate restructuring, financial services and private equity.

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