Minden Gross leads in nine-million-dollar commercial case, Miller Thomson most appearances this week

McCarthy Tétrault appeared in second-most commercial cases

Minden Gross leads in nine-million-dollar commercial case, Miller Thomson most appearances this week
Law firms appearing for the week ending February 3, 2023

Minden Gross LLP led the plaintiffs in a nine-million-dollar case. Miller Thomson and McCarthy Tétrault lead with the most commercial case appearances this week.

Nine-million-dollar commercial case

The case with the highest amount this week is Chriscwe Holdings Inc. v Oasis Global Inc. et al with a concerned amount of $9,278,602.85. Minden Gross LLP’s Catherine Francis represented the plaintiffs. The respondents appear to be unrepresented.

Miller Thomson LLP appeared in three cases this week.

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 focused on corporate restructuring, insolvency, recapitalizations, refinancing, distressed acquisitions and enforcement of creditors' rights.

Paul Morrison, partner, represented plaintiff NWG Investments Inc. in NWG Investments Inc. v Fronteer Gold Inc et al. Morrison’s practice encompasses complex corporate and commercial litigation, including class action litigation, securities litigation, competition litigation, insolvency litigation, professional liability, products liability and domestic and international arbitration.

David Ward, partner, represented applicant Cannapiece Group Inc., Cannapiece Corp., Cannapiece Craft Growers Corp., 2666222 Ontario Ltd., 2580385 Ontario Inc. and 2669673 Ontario Inc. in Cannapiece Group Inc., Cannapiece Corp., Cannapiece Craft Growers Corp., 2666222 Ontario Ltd., 2580385 Ontario Inc. and 2669673 Ontario Inc. v Marzili et al. Ward’s insolvency practice focuses on creditors' rights and remedies in reorganizations and liquidations under Canada's major insolvency and corporate statutes

McCarthy Tetrault appeared in two cases this week.

James Gage, partner, represented respondent SNDL Inc. in Superette Inc. v SNDL Inc. Gage practises in the areas of bankruptcy, insolvency and restructuring with extensive experience advising creditors, debtors and court-appointed officers in work-out, receivership, bankruptcy and CCAA proceedings in Canadian and international contexts.

Gregory Ringkamp, associate, represented applicant The Empire Life Insurance Company in The Empire Life Insurance Company. He maintains a general litigation practice.

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