Stikeman Elliott

Please note that the firm will not provide certificates for these seminars to obtain credits from the Barreau du Québec. Certificates for the seminars approved by the Barreau du Québec will be given only to the participants who have taken part in a LIVE seminar.

Indalex Decision: Legal impact on insolvency, pension and financing matters

The Supreme Court of Canada ruling in Indalex has left many grappling with the implications of this landmark decision. Although an important precedent in the interpretation of matters falling under pension, insolvency and financing law, Indalex has not provided definitive answers in respect of relative rights under all circumstances. The effect of the decision on the priority of deemed trusts, Court-ordered charges granted in insolvency proceedings, and the scope of fiduciary duties for employers acting in the dual role as pension plan administrator, are far-reaching and will be discussed for some time to come.


This seminar counts for 1.25 Substantive CLE credits.

Sylvia Avedis, Associate, Banking & Lending Group, Montréal
Andrea Boctor, Partner, Pensions & Benefits Group, Toronto
Sterling H. Dietze, Partner, Banking & Lending Group, Montréal
C. Jean Fontaine, Partner, Head of the Litigation and Bankruptcy, Insolvency & Restructuring Groups, Montréal
Matthew Liben, Partner, Litigation Group, Montréal

Original Program Date: March 19, 2013, Montréal

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