The team at Taylor Veinotte Sullivan, Barristers has depth and experience in complex commercial litigation whether it involves fraud, defamation or a contractual dispute. With a sensitivity for minimizing our clients’ costs and time involved when an organization is in a dispute, TVS counsel know when and how to use an injunction (including Mareva and Anton Pillar orders). Our approach begins with a critical analysis to determine the appropriate strategy and tactics for the best possible outcome with minimal damage to their clients’ business – whether that means a resolution is obtained through mediation, negotiation, or litigation.
The Firm’s lawyers are exceptionally skilled at launching and defending fraud claims. In the landmark case Anderson v. British Columbia Securities Commission 2004 BCCA 7, TVS successfully convinced the British Columbia Court of Appeal to overturn the decision of a BC Securities Commission Hearing Panel and define in their clients’ favour what is “fraud” under the BC Securities Act. That definition remains the law today.