Distributing the proceeds of a fraudulent scheme amongst the scheme's victims is a difficult task. The general principle requires the courts to allocate limited pools of assets in the manner most “just, convenient, and equitable in the circumstances.”Authored by Kirsten A. Thoreson. Published in Carswell's Legal Alert, Volume 32, Number 10, pp. 77-78. Reproduced by permission of Carswell, a division of Thomson Reuters Canada Limited.