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The evolution of the obligation of good faith, the connection with the new <i>Code of Civil Procedure</i> and taking stock of the lifting of the corporate veil

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The Litigation and Conflict Resolution Group of Fasken Martineau is pleased to invite you to the training on the obligation of good faith.

Our speakers will address this hot topic, namely the application of the obligation of good faith in light of the new provisions of the Code of Civil Procedure that mark a major philosophical shift in Dispute Management:

  • How to interpret the new rules?
  • What penalties will the courts apply?
  • What is a "significant breach" in the conduct of proceedings within the meaning of article 342 CCP?

Finally, the speakers will review the circumstances surrounding the lifting of the corporate veil.

Do not miss our next training which will be held on April 6, 2016: Risk, obligations and liabilities of managers entering insolvency: How can they protect themselves? How do they proceed?