898967 Ontario Ltd v. Veersammy, 2015 CarswellOnt 8889
Shillers succeeded in fending off a stay pending appeal sought by it’s client’s landlord after the lower court ordered the landlord to return possession of the premises to it.
2256598 Ontario Inc. v. World Bowl Entertainment Centre Inc. 2013 CarswellOnt 6933
Shillers obtained an interlocutory injunction restraining a competitor from operating a competing business pending trial.
Deep v. Ontario, 2004 CarswellOnt 2625
Shillers succeeded in having a doctor’s claim struck out on the basis that the claim did not disclose a reasonable cause of action. This decision was upheld by the Court of Appeal for Ontario.
Deep v. Ontario, 2005 CarswellOnt 1265
Shillers succeeded in having a doctor’s claim struck out on the basis that the claim did not disclose a reasonable cause of action. This decision was upheld by the Court of Appeal for Ontario.
Enterprise Property Group Ltd v. Key Property Management Corp, 1998 CarswellOnt 3306
Shillers obtained summary judgment for its client in respect of consulting services despite that the client was not registered under the Real Estate and Business Brokers Act.
Gutter Filter Co LLC v. Gutter Filter Canada Inc. 2011 CarswellOnt 5603
Shillers successfully enforced a judgment obtained by its client in the United States District Court. This decision was upheld by the Court of Appeal for Ontario.
Lafarge Canada Inc v. Khan, 2008 CarswellOnt 943
Lafarge Canada Inc. applied before the Superior Court of Justice in Ontario for letters rogatory seeking to examine an Ontario resident. Shillers acted for the resident and convinced the Court that Ontario’s procedural rules applied to the examination and that their client was entitled to have legal counsel at the examination with the fees paid for by Lafarge.
Maya Records Inc v. Ontario (Alcohol and Gaming Commission), 2012 CarswellOnt 14076
Shillers succeeded in having set aside on appeal a decision of the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario denying its client a liquor license.
Gawlas v. Unite Here, 2014 CanLII 57634
Shillers successfully resisted an employee’s Union’s efforts to have her “Duty of Fair Representation” application against the Union dismissed.
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Oriental Chef, 2011 ONSC 7520
Shillers successfully represented a commercial Landlord in obtaining Judgment against the Tenant for damages resulting from a breach of the lease and dismissing the tenant’s counterclaim alleging that the Landlord had breached the lease.
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Singh et al. v.
Chef of India et al.
Shillers successfully represented two employee chefs in obtaining a rare award for unpaid overtime against their restaurant employer.
In re: MARKETXT HOLDINGS CORP., Debtor. ALAN NISSELSON, 2006 Bankr. LEXIS 2218
Shillers was retained by the New York City based trustee of Marketxt Holdings Corp to commence litigation in Ontario against an individual to recover $6.7 million. Shillers obtained Court orders from the Superior Court of Justice, Commercial List, restraining the individual from taking any action regarding the $6.7 million and compelling him to pay the $6.7 million into Court. The United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York, which oversaw the bankruptcy of Marketxt, found Shillers fees for the work performed to be reasonable.
Nashville North v. Registrar of the AGCO, 2004 CarswellOnt 8974
Shillers obtained a stay pending appeal of a decision of the AGCO revoking its client’s liquor license.