Company Overview of Bell ExpressVu Inc.
Bell ExpressVu Inc. operates as a general partner for Bell Expressvu Limited Partnership, which provides broadcasting and direct-to-home satellite television distribution services. The company is based in North York, Canada. Bell ExpressVu Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Bell Canada, Inc.
100 Wynford Drive
North York, ON M3C 4B4
Key Executives for Bell ExpressVu Inc.
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Bell ExpressVu Inc. Key Developments
Supreme Court of Canada Declines Bell ExpressVu Leave to Appeal $141 Million Judgement
Oct 15 15
Quebecor reported that the Supreme Court of Canada has refused to hear Bell ExpressVu's appeal of a Quebec Court of Appeal judgement ordering it to compensate Videotron and TVA Group for having neglected to implement an appropriate security system to prevent piracy of its television signals broadcast by satellite between 1999 and 2005. With interest and experts' fees, Bell now owes Videotron and TVA Group a total of at least $141 million. The Supreme Court decision 'definitively confirms' the trial court decision rendered in July 2012 by Joel A. Silcoff of Quebec Superior Court. The judgment concluded that BEV was fully aware of the serious breaches and the consequent damages of such breaches to itself and others. The court also concluded that BEV had the available technological and administrative means available to address this problem and had ailed to act in a timely manner to rectify the situation.
Bell ExpressVu Inc. to Pay $83 Million in Piracy Dispute
Mar 10 15
A Quebec appeals court has ordered Bell ExpressVu LP to pay nearly $83-million to Videotron Ltd. and TVA Group Inc., hugely inflating the penalty owed in a dispute over pirated satellite television signals that have dragged on for more than a decade. The decision by the Quebec Court of Appeal, announced late last week, revised a 2012 decision in which Bell was ordered to pay about $1 million to the two subsidiaries of Quebecor Inc. A lower court had ruled that Bell failed put in place measures to stop piracy of its satellite signals in the province, though it had the ability to do so, some 10 years earlier. The appeal court ruled the trial judge erred in excluding certain expert evidence when calculating the award. Bell also appealed the original trial ruling from the Quebec Superior Court, but its arguments were dismissed. Now, the company intends to seek recourse with the country's high court.
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