- NEW LIVENT LAWSUIT. Goldsmith, Jill // Daily Variety;07/13/2000, Vol. 268 Issue 27, p6
Reports that unsecured creditors of bankrupted Livent have filed a lawsuit against Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) in New York City, alleging gross negligence in its dealings with the theatrical production company. Other legal action against CIBC; Live entertainment powerhouse SFX's...
- CONCERNS REGARDING THE ONTARIO COURT'S JUDGMENT IN THE NAREERUX CASE. Dolan, John F. // Banking Law Journal;Feb2011, Vol. 128 Issue 2, p116
The article examines the court rulings of a letter of credit case in the Nareerux Import Co. Ltd.'s case versus the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce. It states that the Ontario Court of Appeal held the company's importation of shrimp due to issues concerning the letter of credit. The author...
- DRAGOVOLJNI ODUSTANAK OD DOVRÅ ENOG POKUÅ AJA USPRKOS ZNATNO SMANJENOJ UBROJIVOSTI I SAMO NEZNATNOM DOPRINOSU OTKLANJANJU POSLJEDICE? Roxin, Claus // Croatian Annual of Criminal Law & Practice / Hrvatski ljetopis z;2008, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p3
In this paper, the author analyses the interesting and contentious decision of the Supreme Court of the Republic of Croatia which did not hold as voluntary abandonment the assistance of a person with significantly reduced mental competence provided to the person who prevented the occurrence of...
- Court Sides With Biz on Disability. Gossage, Bobbie // Inc.;Aug2003, Vol. 25 Issue 8, p26
Focuses on a U.S. Supreme Court decision in the case involving Black & Decker Corp. and its former employee Kenneth Nord, which stated that businesses can reject employee disability benefits when their doctor disagrees with the treating physician. Claim stated by the physicians of Nord on his...
- Court toughens stand on certified cheques. Aalto, Kevin R.; Malicki, Jolanta // Canadian Banker;Jul/Aug95, Vol. 102 Issue 4, p7
Reports on two decisions of the Ontario, Canada Court of Appeal upholding the trend on the liability of banks on certified checks and the treatment of certified checks as cash equivalents. Liability of the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce to Centrac Inc. in the erroneous certification of a...
- Subprime Suit Against CIBC Dismissed. // American Banker;3/18/2010, Vol. 175 Issue 42, p12
The article reports that U.S. District Judge William H. Pauley 3rd dismissed a shareholder lawsuit against Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce and four executives for allegedly misleading investors about the bank's exposure to securities backed by subprime mortgages.
- CIBC to Pay $2.4B in Biggest Enron Pact. // American Banker;8/3/2005, Vol. 170 Issue 148, p20
Reports that Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) agreed to pay investors $2.4 billion to resolve claims it helped Enron Corp. inflate revenue by hiding debt. How the fraud settlement was the largest stemming from Enron's 2001 collapse; Consideration of how CIBC will make the payment.
- BRIEF RESPITES. Bateman, Maureen S. // Trusts & Estates;Feb2006, Vol. 145 Issue 2, p32
The article discusses the importance of a contingency of provisions in trusts where a trustee may be temporarily incapacitated or indisposed but may be permitted later to reclaim his position as a trustee. It claims that this provision is best suited in cases where the incapacity of a trust is...
- Abuse of Justice. Shariff, M. Y. // Economic & Political Weekly;6/28/2014, Vol. 49 Issue 26/27, p5
Two letters to the editor are presented in response to the article "Akshardham Judgment I: The Law at Work" by Ravi Nair and "Akshardam: Judgment II: Between Callousness and Complicity" by Saurav Datta in the June 21, 2014 issue.