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Melia et al. v. Evashkow and blueRover Inc.

Jordan Katz acted for the successful applicants in this highly contentious and bitterly disputed oppression application, securing wide-ranging relief.

Our firm's clients obtained declarations validating their contested shareholdings, declaring that the respondent CEO had caused the Company's business and affairs to be carried out oppressively, and removing the respondent CEO as director and CEO of the Company. Justice Osborne's endorsement can be viewed here.

In advance of the hearing of this application on its merits, our firm secured the interim appoint of a Monitor and related relief, including an order restricting the roles and responsibilities of the respondent CEO, to "restore some degree of normalcy with blueRover's banking operations on an urgent basis and to facilitate a functioning business atmosphere" pending resolution of the oppression application on its merits. Justice Osborne's endorsement appointing the interim Monitor can be viewed here.