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OfficeVancouver

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Suite 2200, HSBC Building
885 West Georgia Street
Vancouver, BC  V6C 3E8
Canada

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Expertise

Year of Call

British Columbia, 2012
Alberta, 2016

Education

LL.B., University of Victoria, 2010

B.Comm., University of Alberta, 2007

Matthew Nied

Matthew Nied is an associate in the Vancouver office with a broad practice in litigation and restructuring & insolvency.

Matthew's litigation practice includes a broad range of business matters such as shareholder disputes, securities litigation, commercial real estate and landlord/tenant disputes, contractual disputes and tort claims, including defamation. Matthew’s restructuring & insolvency practice focuses on commercial restructuring, receiverships and bankruptcy proceedings.

Matthew has appeared before all levels of court in British Columbia as well as before the British Columbia Securities Commission. He also has significant experience with arbitration and meditation.

Matthew practised at another national firm prior to joining Cassels Brock and clerked for several judges of the Supreme Court of British Columbia prior to commencing practice.

Matthew regularly publishes articles identifying legal developments and their practical implications for industry stakeholders.

Publications, Newsletters and Articles Publications, Newsletters and Articles

BC Court Orders Disclaimer of Presale Agreements in Real Estate Receivership

Pre-Packaged Sales Transactions under the CCAA: Where are These Packages From, What do They Look Like, and Where are They Going?

Cross Border Leasing - Avoiding the Costs of a Receivership (LJN's Equipment Leasing Newsletter)

Equipment Financiers May Have an Advantage in Receiverships

Gambling on Specific Performance and Mitigation in Real Estate Investment Cases: The Implications of Southcott Estates Inc. v. Toronto Catholic District School Board (Annual Review of Civil Litigation)

The Ghosts of Fundamental Breach: New Developments in the Enforceability of Contractual Limitations of Liability Since Tercon (The Advocate)

Clicking Away Privacy: Email and the Tort of Intrusion Upon Seclusion (Journal of Internet Law)

Mason Capital Succeeds: Appeal Court Confirms CDS's Ability to Requisition Meeting by "Empty Voter" (Corporate Governance Report)

Crookes v. Newton: Hyperlinking, Defamation Law, and Freedom of Expression of the Internet (Commercial Litigation & Arbitration Review)

I Browse Therefore I Accept - Recent Developments in the Enforceability of Website Terms of Use Agreements (Commercial Litigation & Arbitration Review)

Preventing Spoliation of Social Networking Profile Evidence in Insurance Litigation (Canadian Journal of Insurance Law)

The Internet, Cloud Computing, and the Charter Right to Privacy: The Effect of Terms of Service Agreements on Reasonable Expectations of Privacy (The Advocate and Internet and E-Commerce Law in Canada)

Retracting Libel Lost in Cyberspace: Implications for the New Defence of Responsible Communication (Internet and E-Commerce Law in Canada)

Unmasking Anonymous Defendants in Internet Defamation Cases: Recent Developments and Unresolved Issues (Canadian Privacy Law Review)

Damage Awards in Internet Defamation Cases: Reassessing Assumptions About the Credibility of Online Speech (Alberta Law Review)

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