Craig A. Mills

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Planes, Leaves and Appeals: Appeals Under Section 193(c) of the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act

“An appeal”, explained one of my law school professors as he stretched out his arms, “is like taking off in a plane. Unless you understand the rules of physics, you won’t get the plane off the ground, no matter what grade of jet...

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Reframing the Refusal Motion: An Interesting Approach

A common occurrence in a litigation file is the refusal of a question posed during an examination for discovery. In some cases, the evidence underlying the question refused could be pivotal to the outcome of the litigation.  In other cases,...

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Reframing the Refusal Motion: An Interesting Approach

A common occurrence in a litigation file is the refusal of a question posed during an examination for discovery. In some cases, the evidence underlying the question refused could be pivotal to the outcome of the litigation.  In other cases,...

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Contaminated Land: Commercial, Regulatory and Insolvency Considerations

Law Society of Upper Canada's Commercial Priorities for Real Estate and Business Lawyers 2013 program

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Bankruptcy Law Update: 30 Day Good Rights Strengthened

National Creditor/Debtor Review, Volume 25, No. 2

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Balancing Interests: An Overview of the Wage Earner Protection Program

The Law Society of Upper Canada

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Default Has Occurred: Getting the Process Started on Enforcement

OBA

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Creditors’ Remedies in Ontario

LexisNexis

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Can a Trust Claim Under the Construction Lien Act be Maintained Against a Discharged Bankrupt?

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Donations Challenged by Bankruptcy Trustees

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