CEF/DIL: Norton Rose Fulbright Lawyer Weighs in on ASC Stay of Proceedings Application

In an earlier article I wrote about an application made by a number of outside parties ot the ASC proceeding asking to delay the case until a representative action against the applicants had completed.  As a not-a-lawyer blogger my article was written from that perspective. Now Steven Leitl - a lawyer that specializes in securities, insolvency,... Continue Reading →

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LCC Synod Board Issues “Mea Culpa” After Leduc Meeting

After the Leduc meeting the LCC Synod BOD sent the following email to the Western Region LCC members. I've also included an article about the meeting published in the Canadian Lutheran. April 11, 2019 Via E-mail To All West Region Congregations and Pastors, The Board of Directors of Lutheran Church-Canada extended an invitation to the... Continue Reading →

LCC Board of Directors Wants to Hear From You / Part 2 – Conclusion

Part 1 of this series discussed the Synod BOD's "request for comments". Part 2 is one member's response to that request. To: Mr. Arnold Drung Chairman of the Board of Directors of Lutheran Church Canada From: Rev. Robert Clifford Pastor of the Hanover, Kincardine, Southampton, Ontario tri-parish It was good to see you the other weekend... Continue Reading →

LCC Board of Directors Wants to Hear From You / Part 1

Recently the LCC Synod Board chair sent out the following "request for comments" asking the membership to "share with the Board" their thoughts and opinions on various questions. This is the original solicitation: National -BOD “Town Hall” Meeting - As part of the Board of Directors meeting in April at Leduc, Alberta, congregations of Lutheran Church—Canada... Continue Reading →

ASC Hearing Ruling: Balance of Convenience

In the ASC hearing one point of discussion was what was termed a "Balance of Convenience".  The Encyclopedia of Canadian Law defines this term so: Balance of Convenience meaning or description: a common law test; a court applying this test will balance the prejudice to one party of denying the relief asked for, against the prejudice to the... Continue Reading →

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