Kyla Mahar, Miller Thomson LLP
Pat Corney, Weisz Fell Kour LLP
Hosted by the Insolvency Litigation Practice Group
When is it appropriate for courts to appoint representative counsel in insolvency proceedings, receiverships and other contexts? How does the appointment process work? Who may require representative counsel? At what stage of a proceeding can the appointment be made? How is it determined who will act as representative counsel? Join our Insolvency Litigation Practice Group and an excellent faculty on March 2, 2022 to hear the answers to these questions and more.
You will gain insights on current trends and developments concerning the role of representative counsel, including recent cases such as Ontario Securities Commission
v. Bridging Finance Inc.
, Mountain Equipment Co-Operative (Re)
and Pace Securities Corp. et al. (Re)
Following the panel discussion, you will have the opportunity to network with your colleagues and our Practice Group Leaders in smaller breakout sessions.
*Due to ongoing concerns with COVID-19, this program may be delivered either online or in-person with a webcast option. We will keep you informed as public health regulations continue to evolve.
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