August 2022

There is a common misconception in real estate transactions that the seller has unequal bargaining power because they are typically the one to draft the contract. This is incorrect. In contract law, a fundamental principle, known as contra proferentem, recognizes that, where there is any ambiguity, or more than one interpretation, in a contract, that...
Read More
In July of 2022, Walker Law was successful in obtaining a worldwide Mareva injunction on behalf of its client for $33 million dollars. A copy of that decision is here. A Mareva injunction is a rare and extremely difficult form of injunctive to obtain. If granted, this relief freezes the assets of the recipient, which...
Read More

Recent Posts

Walker Law Successfully Obtains Certificate of Pending Litigation
June 17, 2024
Your Right to Sue Has an Expiry Date
May 14, 2024
Important Principles To Keep In Mind When Considering A Product Liability Claim
April 30, 2024
The Importance of Following Industry Best Practices in Product Design and Manufacture
April 16, 2024
Security for Costs in Ontario: What You Need to Know
March 8, 2024
Call Now Button