So, You’re Going to Bankruptcy Court in Ontario: Some General Tips As my bankruptcy/insolvency practice continues to advance at Mark Donald Law, I thought I’d…
Commercial litigation involves legal disputes between companies, businesses and individuals related to areas including– breach of contracts, preservation of assets, fraud, shareholder-partnership and director disputes, libel, defamation, social justice and human rights. While each
litigation is different, each action is carefully considered at each stage of the dispute. The objective is to handle it with skill and having a clear set of goals and objectives yet also the ability to adapt one’s approach as the uncertainties and risks of a dispute play out, while being cost-effective.
At the same time, the litigator’s role, from the moment of engagement, should be to marshal the facts and gain as clear an understanding as possible of his client’s position and eliminating as much uncertainty as possible while being truthful about attaining results.