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Christina Doria practices complex commercial litigation and arbitration matters and has experience coordinating large-scale internal investigations. She assists clients with cross-border and domestic cases, and is experienced in the enforcement of foreign judgments, recovery in fraud litigation and arbitration, as well as defending fraud allegations in the class action context. Christina is recognized as a leader by WWL Canada, WWL Arbitration, and the Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory, and is recognized as a rising star by the Legal 500 and Euromoney's Expert Guide. Clients interviewed by WWL say she has "extraordinarily strong counsel skills and an excellent command of international arbitration practice".

In Thrive Capital Management Ltd. v. Noble 1324, 2021 ONCA 722, the Ontario Court of Appeal reversed a Superior Court’s judgment against Noble 1324 Inc. for contempt of court for the failure to disclose their assets and account for money paid in respect of real estate investments. The Superior Court ordered two alleged fraudsters to repay at least $9 million to investors as a sentence for being found in contempt of court, notwithstanding that the trial on the merits had not been heard. In allowing the appeal, the Ontario Court of Appeal offered important guidance on strategic considerations and remedies when a party is dealing with a party who refuses to comply with court orders.
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