Accounting, Business, Quebec, Quebec Court of Appeal, White-collar crimes
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Canada’s longest trial again in the news — Chapter III

“The petitioners are the defendants in the longest running judicial saga in Quebec legal history. A trial that had occupied no less than eight years was aborted because of the trial judge’s illness and his inability to resume its conduct. At that stage, the plaintiffs’ evidence was complete and the petitioners had completed roughly one-half of their evidence.”

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