Heydary Elliott PC takes a client-focused approach to deliver practical and cost-effective results, both inside and outside the courtroom.
The Lawyers of Heydary Elliott PC were recently before the Supreme Court of Canada in a landmark case dealing with the interpretation of Rule 20 of the Ontario Rules of Civil Procedure to determine when summary judgment of an action is appropriate, and when a trial is required. The highly anticipated decision by the Supreme Court will weigh in on the Ontario Court of Appeal’s "full appreciation" test, and give meaning to the 2010 amendments to the Rule.
Ruling flags risks for tax advisors
Investment Executive, May 2013
Elderly Victims of Fraud to get their day at the Supreme Court of Canada in Landmark Cases
Canada Newswire, March 22th, 2013
Appeal court certifies class action against Cassels Brock
Canadian Lawyer Magazine, March 20th, 2013