CEF: Wherefor Art Thou Luke Pt II.

When I learn something, I'll post it here. Well, I've learned something. "Luke" is on holidays, he's expected to be away for two more weeks, and nobody else can check the file to see where things are. The Calgary office has also been getting peppered with calls. I wonder why? ūüôā

CEF: Wherefor Art Thou Luke?

In the previous article I wrote about the lack of activity on the Monitor website pertaining to the ABC District CCAA case. I didn't get a callback in the morning so I called Deloitte again and got routed to voicemail. Not satisfied with leaving another message I called the switchboard to learned what I could... Continue Reading →

CEF Representative Action: Higgerty Law Update Nov 6, 2019

Higgerty Law is counsel for the Representative Action, and today they updated their Representative Action web page with the following notice: The second case management meeting happened on October 22, 2019, and we are currently working on finalizing the Scheduling Order. US Legal describes¬†a scheduling order as: Scheduling orders are part of case management, which... Continue Reading →

Higgerty Law Weighs in On LCC – ASC Settlement

Higgerty Law represents that CEF depositors in their representative action against the various respondents to the ABC District CEF implosion. Today they posted the following statement to their Lutheran Church Representative Actions web page in response to the LCC ABC District - ASC Settlement. September 17, 2019 The hearing by Alberta Securities Commission (the ‚ÄúASC‚ÄĚ)... Continue Reading →

LCC CEF ASC Hearing “adjourned sine die”

This afternoon the LCC CEF entry on the ASC "status of current proceedings" page was updated with the status "adjourned sine die".¬† According to Wikipedia¬†that means Adjournment sine die¬†(from the Latin "without day") means "without assigning a day for a further meeting or hearing". To¬†adjourn¬†an assembly¬†sine die¬†is to¬†adjourn¬†it for an indefinite period. A legislative body¬†adjourns... Continue Reading →

The Encharis et al vs ASC Petition

  While the ASC hearing is approaching, the court date for Encharis and others v ASC¬†in the Alberta Court of Queens Bench is also approaching. In the Encharis case the representative action respondents are petitioning the court to put the ASC hearing on hold until the representative action is concluded which could delay the ASC... Continue Reading →

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