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Cappe, Evan L.

Cappe, Evan L. - Toronto, ON

25 Sheppard Avenue WestSuite 1100Toronto, ON M2N 6S6, Canada

Updated: 07/02/2012

Toronto Banking Litigation Lawyer

Overview

Evan’s practice is focused on civil litigation with an emphasis on banking litigation and fraud-related matters.  Evan regularly represents clients concerning lender liability, tracing claims, employee theft/defalcation, altered/counterfeit bills of exchange, mortgage fraud, credit card fraud, advance-fee loan fraud, telemarketing fraud, and construction lien matters.  Evan also has experience in dealing with professional negligence, commercial contract disputes, and...

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