We now have a Settlement Approval Hearing Order granted by the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench for the CBI Lakehouse Class Action. Visit our Lakehouse page for more details or click here.
Kevin McGuigan is pleased to report that a settlement agreement has been successfully negotiated with opposing counsel. Kevin will be attending on June 2, 2015 for a case management meeting to seek approval of the settlement agreement approved by investors and the representative plaintiff. Following that meeting, investors should expect // Read More
Kevin McGuigan is pleased to report that progress has been made with the two distinct class action lawsuits related to Keystone/Venu and PIC. Kevin has been working with opposing counsel and we have a case management meeting scheduled for late June of 2015. At that case management meeting, we are // Read More
Kevin McGuigan is pleased to announce further progress on another class action proceeding. The class of investors involved in this proceeding will be pleased to note that we are attending in mid-June with application to lift the stay of proceedings as it relates to the bankruptcy of Mr. Fiess and // Read More
Kevin McGuigan is pleased to announce that following the decision in May from Justice Macleod that he will be attending on June 3, 2015 to have the Order entered to confirm the decision to Certify this claim as a class action proceeding. As previously confirmed, this was an application that // Read More
For class members involved in the Platinum Equities class action, you can now find the Court of Queen’s Bench decision regarding our recent certification on our website. Click here to download the decision. Remember that you can find the documents we upload regarding these matters in the “Current Cases” section // Read More
Mr. Justice A.D. Macleod heard our certification application back in December of 2014. The matter was a very complex application involving a variety of defendant sets and representations. And the application was vigorously opposed by the Defendants. It involved thousands of pages in briefs and authorities. Which is why it took // Read More