Supreme Court to reveal Thursday if it will hear Livent-Deloitte case

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The Supreme Court of Canada will release on Thursday whether it will perceive by the ear the seek reference of the case or cause of a $118-million civilized indemnity adjudge wards Deloitte for the auditor’s handling of the Livent case. Deloitte was sued for supposedly decline to discover and action on the dishonest demeanour of impresario Garth Drabinsky and his calling associate Myron Gottlieb in the 1990s.

Early this year, the Ontario Court of Appeal upheld the testing discernment of Superior Court Justice Arthur Gans. He ruled that Deloitte ought have be put on notice assemblage creditors of the fraud, the auditing compact would have discovered had it done its piece of work properly. Deloitte had audited Livent’s work from 1989 to 1998.

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