Conversion occurs when ownership is lost by one party, then found by another who appropriates it to his own use without legal authority to do so, or is misused or misappropriated by a third party.
In unjust enrichment, one party is unjustly enriched at the expense of another, and an obligation to make restitution arises, regardless of liability for wrongdoing.
Both concepts appear in securities contexts, as financial institutions and corporations avail themselves of the Canadian capital markets, oftentimes at the expense of the shareholder.
Juroviesky LLP will restore ill-gotten gains to their rightful parties. We have done so by initiating claims for restitution of profits incurred from unlawful and unethical behavior of Canadian Fortune 100 companies.
Same Provided for: Restitution / Unjust Enrichment