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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CEF/DIL: ASC Hearing Date Moved to Sept 2019

In the article ASC Hearing Ruling: Feb 28, 2019 I detailed the history of the ASC's case against the named defendants through the Feb 28, 2019 hearing where the ASC declined a some requests to delay the hearing or seal the proceedings until the representative action against the named respondents had concluded. A bit after the Feb 28... 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 →

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 →

ASC Hearing Ruling: Feb 28, 2019

When the CEF / DIL funds collapsed there was considerable speculation about what happened, why it happened, and if any laws were broken - what the left-hand authority of God's agents on earth would do about it. On Aug 31, 2018 the ASC held a hearing where staff laid out it's case against various named... Continue Reading →

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