Mary Delli Quadri

Partner | Montréal

514.879.4061

Portrait of Mary Delli Quadri

Mary Delli Quadri is a partner in Miller Thomson’s litigation group.  Her practice primarily consists of commercial and insurance litigation, as well as class action defence work.

Mary represents manufacturers and financial institutions in various product liability class actions.  In addition, she is involved in D&O litigation and shareholder disputes.  Mary has amassed considerable experience in commercial litigation and international arbitration.  She has also successfully defended players in the aerospace industry in high stakes litigation.

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Mary Delli Quadri est conférencière au Colloque juridique de la CMMTQ

Mary Delli Quadri présentera la conférence « Survol de l’assurance : le rôle et l’importance de l’assurance dans le domaine de la construction » lors de la deuxième édition du Colloque juridique de la Corporation des maîtres mécaniciens en tuyauterie du Québec...

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Miller Thomson 2018 Montréal Construction Law Conference

Featuring: claims, blockchain, quantification of damages, insurance, AMF, tax, cannabis and more! Join us on Tuesday, March 20, 2018 for a daylong conference intended for all construction and real estate sector stakeholders and keep appraised of the most recent developments...

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Rioting in the Streets? You break it, you fix it!

The Supreme Court of Canada just held in Montréal (Ville) v. Lonardi (2018 SCC 29), that rioters who vandalize property are responsible for their wrongdoings, so long as it is possible to determine the exact harm caused by an individual....

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Lesson to Directors: You can be held personally liable for oppressive conduct

While Supreme Court of Canada judgments dealing with commercial law are scarce, in Wilson v. Alharayeri, Canada’s highest Court unanimously held that directors, as opposed to the corporation, itself can be held personally liable for corporate oppression. The Supreme Court...

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Builders’ Risk Insurance – The Supreme Court Clarifies the Rules of Interpretation

In a very recent judgment, the Supreme Court of Canada recalled and clarified the rules of interpretation applicable to builders’ risk insurance policies. Facts The owner of Station Lands Ltd. (Station) retained the services of the general contractor Ledcor Construction...

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Builders’ Risk Insurance – The Supreme Court Clarifies the Rules of Interpretation

In a very recent judgment, the Supreme Court of Canada recalled and clarified the rules of interpretation applicable to builders’ risk insurance policies. Facts The owner of Station Lands Ltd. (Station) retains the services of the general contractor Ledcor Construction...

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