Manufacturing is a key component of Canada’s economy, encompassing the production, sale and distribution of various finished products. Significant manufacturing sectors include automotive, aerospace, defence, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, hydrogen and fuel cells, medical devices and plastics. With free trade and developing consumer and industrial trends the composition and structure of the Canadian manufacturing industry is constantly evolving.
CHS has significant experience as financial experts for both plaintiffs and defendants in high-value and complex manufacturing disputes and investigations. Our mandates have included breaches of contract with respect to the supply of raw materials and finished goods, valuation of companies due to purchase and sale transactions and for shareholder purchases, forensic investigations into alleged misappropriations such as non arm’s length subcontractors and misuse of funds and class actions involving alleged misrepresentations with respect to manufactured goods.
Matter involving the quantification of damages arising from the repudiation of a garment manufacturing contract.Learn More
2018 ONCA 145Quantification of damages pursuant to alleged breach of various agreements involving the distribution of products in the adult sexual health and wellness industry.Learn More
Retained by the CITT to assist in their review of alleged dumping of silicon metal into the Canadian market exported by producers in various countries.Learn More
Detailed review of the Claimant’s disclosures made in support of the re-opening sought of a long-term supply agreement impacted by a steep increase in raw material input costs.Learn More