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By Joseph Romagnoli, Christopher Caparelli
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has announced its annual revisions to the notification and filing fee thresholds of the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act of 1976 (HSR Act).
By Jeremy Opolsky
The treatment in the CCAA of post-filing expenses is a loose patchwork of provisions covering taxation, rent, post-filing provision of goods and services and others.
By Jeremy Opolsky, Jacob Babad
Twenty years after the introduction of section 11.01, it is clear this provision has failed to live up to the promise of Quintette. Section 11.01 has effectively been replaced by a model order regime.
By Jeremy Opolsky, Jacob Babad
The United States Bankruptcy Code takes a different approach in principle from the CCAA with respect to post-filing obligations. American legislators, however, have codified specific post-filing
By Glen Johnson, James Tory, Rima Ramchandani
The federal government introduced Bill C-97 on April 8 to implement measures announced in its 2019 budget. The key measures affecting CBCA companies include:
By Molly Reynolds, Lara Guest, Shalom Cumbo-Steinmetz
The Office of the Privacy OPC released its report on its investigation into a 2017 data breach at Equifax and reversed its position on the privacy requirements that attach to intercompany data transfers and...
By Sylvie Rodrigue, Grant Worden
In Canada, the sale of pharmaceuticals and medical devices is regulated by Health Canada under the Food and Drug Act and Regulations and related legislation ...
By Eileen McMahon, Teresa Reguly, Michele Clarizio
The Canadian government has published proposed amendments to the Food and Drug Regulations (Regulations) that will make it easier for a generic drug manufacturer to bring a chemical
By Laurie Duke, Andrew Gray, Sophie Courtois
You are in negotiations to buy a business with little operating history. The seller is convinced the business has significant growth potential, so you agree to include an earn-out to bridge the valuation gap.
By Karen Townsend, Steve Hundal, Denise Ramsden
The Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO) has opened public consultations on proposed revisions to the Manual of Patent Office Practice (MOPOP).
By Gillian Dingle, Stacey Reisman (Danis), Melody Burke
In a 5-4 split in TELUS Communications Inc. v. Wellman, the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) held that, in the context of consumer class actions, business customers remain bound by arbitration clauses in agreements.
By Blair Keefe, Patricia Jackson, David Outerbridge, Aaron Emes, Tom Zverina, Peter Aziz, Tosh Weyman
On March 28, the Supreme Court of Canada dismissed the application for leave to appeal in Solar Power Network Inc., et al. v. ClearFlow Energy Finance Corp. The Ontario Court of Appeal's 2018 decision stands.
By Lisa Talbot, Rebecca Wise, Lara Guest, Davida Shiff
The Ontario Court of Appeal has held that the tort of harassment does not exist in Ontario. The Court's March 15 decision in Merrifield v. Canada (Attorney General)
By Eileen McMahon, Teresa Reguly, Yolande Dufresne, Zhonghui (Sue) Fei
In the recently released federal budget (Budget 2019), the Canadian government announced its intention to move forward with a national pharmacare plan.
By Eileen McMahon, Teresa Reguly, Grant Worden, Yu Seon Gadsden-Chung
New regulations have been enacted by Health Canada to satisfy its objective of making clinical information in drug submissions and medical device applications ...
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