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Interim Injunctions to Freeze Assets where Fraud is Alleged

I recently gave a lecture for the Civil Litigation LLM at Osgoode Hall Law School. It deals with freezing assets before trial in the context of civil litigation where fraud is alleged. The law school was kind enough to send me the video, which I’ve set out below. It’s divided into two parts, and I’ve posted my powerpoints between them which, hopefully, should make it easier to follow along.

Part 1:

Part 2: