What Fraud Victims Should Know about Debts Not Discharged by Bankruptcy – False Pretences, Misappropriation of Trade Secrets and Breach of Confidence

What Fraud Victims Should Know about Debts Not Discharged by Bankruptcy – False Pretences, Misappropriation of Trade Secrets and Breach of Confidence

The case of Shaver-Kudell Manufacturing Inc. v. Knight Manufacturing Inc., 2021 ONCA 925, released December 29, 2021, addressed the issue of whether a judgment for misappropriated trade secrets and confidential information may be wiped away by a debtor with a...

Why The Criminal Process is Secondary in Fraud Recovery – Part III Lenient Sentencing where No Restitution or Cooperation

In our prior blog post, Why the Criminal Process is Secondary in Fraud Recovery – Part I – Criminal Search Rights Override Victim Recovery Rights, we summarized the recently released case of R. v. TM, 2019 ONSC 2408, published by the Ontario Courts. The bottom line of...
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