Lawsuit Ends After 16 Years

The longest accounting liability case in Canada has ended at the Supreme Court. Justices declined to hear further appeals in the collapse of Castor Holdings Inc. The Montréal-based investment firm in its heyday reported $1.87 billion in assets with the Chrysler Canada pension fund among its investors. Lawsuits took so long the lead plaintiff died: “I was not surprised”.

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