SNC-Lavalin fraud cases resume June 29

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Fraud cases resume later this month against several former SNC-Lavalin executives charged in relation to the company’s contract to build a $1.3-billion Montreal hospital, nearly five years after the charges were initially laid.

Former CEO Pierre Duhaime, who faces charges of fraud, conspiracy to commit fraud and using forged documents, declined to comment after a pretrial conference June 9.

Also appearing in court were former vice-president Riadh Ben Aissa, ex-CFO Stephane Roy and ex-McGill University executive Yanai Elbaz and his brother Yohann, all of whom face various fraud-related charges.

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This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.