Canada court clarifies test for granting Mareva injunctions
June 27, 2018
Lincoln Caylor, with contributions from Nathan Shaheen, authors "Canada court clarifies test for granting Mareva injunctions" in The FCPA Blog. An asset-freezing injunction can be an important tool in fraud recovery litigation. Because it must be obtained ex parte, that is, without notice to the alleged fraudster, the justice system treads very carefully in balancing the rights of the accused and the accuser. This has led to debate and some inconsistency in Canadian courts.