The Notice of Objection – Theory and Strategy – Part II

This Lunch and Learn seminar will cover topics including who has standing to file a Notice of Objection, and in that sense, who satisfies the “financial interest rule”. It will also address filing details, including where to file an Objection and the Notice of Appearance.

The Notice of Objection – Theory and Strategy – Part II

This program is eligible for CPD hours required of Lawyers.
This program is eligible for CPD hours required of Lawyers.
The Notice of Objection – Theory and Strategy – Part II

Overview

This Lunch and Learn seminar will cover topics including who has standing to file a Notice of Objection, and in that sense, who satisfies the “financial interest rule”.  It will also address filing details, including where to file an Objection and the Notice of Appearance. Finally, it will go over options for a court ordering the return or revocation of a Certificate of Appointment that has already been issued.

Topics include:

  • Who can file Notice of Objection – What is a financial interest Rule 75.01(1)
  • Where to file
  • Notice to Objector
  • Notice of Appearance
  • Options if certificate of appointment already granted
    • Motion for directions
    • Motion for return of certificate
    • Motion to revoke certificate

 

Discussion Materials

Main Paper

Session Recording

In the Media

This article was published by Law360 Canada, part of Lexis Nexis Canada Inc. on April 20, 2023.

Presenters

Partner, Wagner Sidlofsky LLP

Bradley Phillips

Partner, Wagner Sidlofsky LLP

Peter Neufeld

Gold Sponsors

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Wagner Sidlofsky LLP
Toronto Dominion Bank

Silver Sponsors

Bank of Montreal - Trust and Estate Services
Gold Sponsors
b'nai brith canada
Wagner Sidlofsky LLP
Toronto Dominion Bank
Silver Sponsors
Bank of Montreal - Trust and Estate Services
Bradley Phillips

Bradley Phillips

Partner, Wagner Sidlofsky LLP

Bradley Phillips is an experienced litigation lawyer with a diverse practice history which enables him to provide a breadth of knowledge and experience to his clients. His practice includes commercial, estate and insurance litigation.

Peter Neufeld

Peter Neufeld

Partner, Wagner Sidlofsky LLP

Peter is a partner at Wagner Sidlofsky LLP. Prior to joining the firm, Peter spent the first years of his litigation career representing class members in class actions regarding alleged breaches of the Securities Act and Competition Act. He has also been involved in files dealing with oppression remedies, derivative actions, and breach of contract disputes.