Corporate Commercial Litigation
In today’s exceptionally competitive and complex business landscape, wherein disputes can arise over myriad issues, business leaders and in-house corporate counsel turn to McMillan’s business litigation attorneys to provide astute legal counsel on how to address commercial and business discord.
A highly reputed international business litigation law firm, McMillan’s commercial litigators have a well-earned reputation for consistently assessing risk and opportunities and weighing options with the client. McMillan’s commercial litigation lawyers join forces with our industry specialists in competition, intellectual property, real estate, securities and other areas to deliver a complete solution – no matter the nature of your corporate or commercial dispute.
Canadian and international business leaders recognize our commercial litigation lawyers for their creativity and effectiveness in bringing disputes to a satisfactory conclusion, both inside and outside the courts. We understand that commercial and corporate litigation is not always the preferred option, so we help clients pursue a full range of resolution avenues, including early negotiated settlements and alternative dispute resolution methods. If we proceed to court, our business litigation lawyers are prepared to vigorously advance our clients’ commercial interests in front of the courts.
As a leading Canadian corporate commercial litigation firm, McMillan helps clients maintain their focus on business growth by litigating and resolving contract disputes, partnership disputes, shareholder disputes, banking issues and/or bankruptcy and insolvency issues. We also successfully defend our commercial clients in class action lawsuits to preserve their reputation and brand value.
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Best practices for commercial landlords facing tenant insolvencies (adapted to the Province of Québec)
Deferred Prosecution Agreements: The Continued Use of DPAs in the Antitrust Sphere in the United States
SCC Holds Section 12 Charter Protection Against “Cruel or Unusual Treatment or Punishment” Not Applicable to Corporations
Beware of a Potential New Duty of Care for Investment Fund Managers – Six Takeaways from Wright v. Horizons
Trademarks: ‘HERBS R US Design’ Found to Depreciate the Goodwill attaching to the ‘TOYS R US Design’
Short Selling in Canada: Regulations are Weak and a New Path Forward is Needed to Reduce Systemic Risk
It’s Not What You Asked, It’s How You Asked It: Employer Pays the Price for Asking Human Rights-Based Questions of Job Applicant
No “Piggybacking” to Avoid B2B Arbitration: Supreme Court of Canada Affirms Enforceability of Arbitration Clauses despite Related Class Action
Is your Privilege Protected? Ontario Court Revisits Doctrine of “Implied Waiver of Privilege” in Recent Decision
Ontario Court of Appeal Finds for Franchisors: Imperfect Disclosure is Not Equivalent to No Disclosure
Aggravated Damages Awarded by BC Court As Denunciation of Employer’s Disingenuous Offers and Aggressive Defenses
Ontario Divisional Court Affirms Use of Contractual Limitation Period in Guarding Against Third Party Claims
No Easy Way Around Separate Corporate Personality: Ontario Court Releases its Decision in Yaiguaje v. Chevron
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