Irving Marks and Barbara Green represent the Bank of Montreal (BMO) defending a $70 million class-action brought by the victims of an affinity fraud. The plaintiffs claim that because the fraudster used the bank's facilities to deposit and withdraw the victims’ funds, the bank should be liable to the victims for their losses on the basis that BMO knew or ought to have known of the fraud.
| Commercial Real Estate and Development
Robins Appleby Closed A $194M Deal in January 2022Robins Appleby was involved in a major transaction which involved closing a deal in January 2022 for an aggregate sale price of $194,000,000. This deal was a collaboration between our R...
| Business and Transactions
Business and Transactions Group - Key Partner in Client's Growth StrategyThe Robins Appleby Business & Transactions team, led by Jonathan Zepp, with Errol Tenenbaum (Tax) and Bradley Gould, assisted Kirkor Architects & Planners, its current partners ...
| Affordable and Social Housing
Hamilton Affordable Housing Stays AffordableIn the spring and summer of this year, John Fox, head of the affordable housing group, and associate- Rachel Puma, acted for New Commons Development group in the acquisition of two previously for-rent...