Breaking court decision: Abid Okadia, 63, of OK Tax Services, in Toronto found Liable for Fraud

Breaking court decision: Abid Okadia, 63, of OK Tax Services, in Toronto found Liable for Fraud

At Canadian Fraud News, we report on decisions issued by Canadian Courts related to fraud, that are not reported in the mainstream media, and that contain legal issues the Canadian public and fraud recovery experts should be aware of. The following is one such story. On November 25, 2016, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice found Abid Okadia, born July 8, 1954, the owner and operator of OK Tax Services in Toronto, liable for defrauding…

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Supreme Court of Canada Release Decision in Livent Auditor Negligence Case

Supreme Court of Canada Release Decision in Livent Auditor Negligence Case

Breaking Fraud Cases from Canadian Courts At Canadian Fraud News, we report on decisions issued by Canadian Courts related to fraud, that are not reported in the mainstream media, and that contain legal issues the Canadian public and fraud recovery experts should be aware of. The following is one such story. On December 20, 2017, the Supreme Court of Canada released a decision in a complex auditor negligence case resulting from the failure of Deloitte…

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Fraud Defendant Alleges He Is The Victim of Identity Fraud, Ontario Court Requires Frank Zito to Stand Trial for his Part in the Trade Capital Finance Corp. Fraud

Fraud Defendant Alleges He Is The Victim of Identity Fraud, Ontario Court Requires Frank Zito to Stand Trial for his Part in the Trade Capital Finance Corp. Fraud

Breaking Fraud Cases from Canadian Courts At Canadian Fraud News, we report on decisions issued by Canadian Courts related to fraud, that are not reported in the mainstream media, and that contain legal issues the Canadian public and fraud recovery experts should be aware of. The following is one such story. On December 4, 2017, the Ontario Superior Court in Brampton released a decision in a civil fraud case which it described as “complex and…

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Ontario Court Orders Plaintiff to Pay $450,000 in Costs for Unsubstantiated Allegations of Fraud against Defendant

Ontario Court Orders Plaintiff to Pay $450,000 in Costs for Unsubstantiated Allegations of Fraud against Defendant

Breaking Fraud Cases from Canadian Courts At Canadian Fraud News, we report on decisions issued by Canadian Courts related to fraud, that are not reported in the mainstream media, and that contain legal issues the Canadian public and fraud recovery experts should be aware of. The following is one such story. On October 30, 2017, the Ontario Superior Court released a decision in a civil case where, after a five-day trial that involved allegations of…

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Ontario Court Declares Fraud Case Bizarre Pulp Fiction

Ontario Court Declares Fraud Case Bizarre Pulp Fiction

Breaking Fraud Cases from Canadian Courts At Canadian Fraud News, we report on decisions issued by Canadian Courts related to fraud, that are not reported in the main stream media, and that contain legal issues the Canadian public and fraud recovery experts should be aware of. The following is one such story. On November 20, 2017, the Ontario Superior Court released a decision in a civil fraud case in what can only be described as…

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Ontario Court of Appeal dismisses Unplanned Pregnancy Civil Action Based on allegations of Fraudulent Misrepresentation

Ontario Court of Appeal dismisses Unplanned Pregnancy Civil Action Based on allegations of Fraudulent Misrepresentation

Breaking Fraud Cases from Canadian Courts At Canadian Fraud News, we report on decisions issued by Canadian Courts related to fraud, that are not reported in the main stream media, and that contain legal issues the Canadian public and fraud recovery experts should be aware of. The following is one such story. On March 2, 2017, the Ontario Court of Appeal released its decision on the usual topic of applying the law of fraud to…

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John Baptist Joseph D’Souza, Para Legal, Sentenced to Three Years Jail for Forging a Judge’s Signature on a Judgment and Entering the Judgment for Enforcement

John Baptist Joseph D’Souza, Para Legal,  Sentenced to Three Years Jail for Forging a Judge’s Signature on a Judgment and Entering the Judgment for Enforcement

  Breaking Fraud Cases from Canadian Courts At Canadian Fraud News, we report on decisions issued by Canadian Courts related to fraud, that are not reported in the main stream media, and that contain legal issues the Canadian public and fraud recovery experts should be aware of. The following is one such story. On September 14, 2017, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in Toronto released its decision in in the criminal sentencing of John…

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Nadia Minetto, Also Known As Nadia Arsenault, Accountant, Held Liable for $5M Fraud on her Employer

Nadia Minetto, Also Known As Nadia Arsenault, Accountant, Held Liable for $5M Fraud on her Employer

At Canadian Fraud News, we report on decisions issued by Canadian Courts related to fraud, that are not reported in the mainstream media, and that contain legal issues the Canadian public and fraud recovery experts should be aware of. The following is one such story. Nadia Minetto, AKA Arsenault, a Former KPMG Senior Accountant According to her linked-in profile, Nadia Minetto was employed by KPMG from 1998 to 2008. In 2008, she became an account…

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Jian Zheng Liu of Canada granted an appeal to remain in Canada on humanitarian and compassionate grounds

Jian Zheng Liu of Canada granted an appeal to remain in Canada on humanitarian and compassionate grounds

At Canadian Fraud News, we report on decisions issued by Canadian Courts related to fraud, that are not reported in the mainstream media, and that contain legal issues the Canadian public and fraud recovery experts should be aware of. The following is one such story. Background Jian Zheng LIU (the “appellant”) who is a 59-year-old citizen of China who immigrated to Canada in 2006 as a skilled worker. He immigrated with his wife and his…

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Permanent residence, Shuo Xu, deported to China after engaging in serious criminal fraud in Canada.

Permanent residence, Shuo Xu, deported to China after engaging in serious criminal fraud in Canada.

At Canadian Fraud News, we report on decisions issued by Canadian Courts related to fraud, that are not reported in the mainstream media, and that contain legal issues the Canadian public and fraud recovery experts should be aware of. The following is one such story. Allegations Shuo Xu was reported on April 29 2017 as inadmissible to Canada based on paragraph 36 (1) (a) of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA) due to reasonable…

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