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By David F. Blair, Brian Lipson
On May 5, 2018, Yannick Blouin, Chief Executive of Safety and Trucking at the Quebec Ministère des Transports, de la Mobilité durable et de l'Électrification des Transports ...
By David F. Blair, Kosta Kalogiros, Brian Lipson
On April 18, 2018, the Parliament of Québec adopted Bill No. 165, a reform of the Québec Highway Safety Code ("HSC").
By The International Arbitration Blog, Kara Smyth, Raynell Hodge
It is a well-established principle in judicial proceedings that a judge should not discuss any part of an ongoing case with only one party to the dispute.
By The Lay of the Land, Connor Bildfell
Since changes to the strata wind-up regime under the B.C. Strata Property Act[1] (the "Act") took effect in July 2016, we have seen a number of contested applications for confirmation ...
By The Lay of the Land, Abraham Costin
In North Elgin Centre Inc. v. McDonald's Restaurants of Canada Limited (2017), 87 R.P.R. (5th) 303 (Ont. SCJ) reversed (2018), 87 R.P.R. (5th) (315) (C.A.) the Court ...
By Awanish Sinha, Adam Goldenberg, Jessica Firestone, Amanda larusso, Asma Bala
On April 30, 2018, the Government of Canada tabled Bill C-76, which proposes significant amendments to the Canada Elections Act (the "Act").
By The International Arbitration Blog, Claire Seaborn, F. Paul Morrison
In Consolidated Contractors Group v. Ambatovy, the Court of Appeal for Ontario concluded that the arbitral award in an international construction case should not be set aside due to alleged defects...
By SnIP/ITs Blog, James S.S. Holtom
In ADIR v. Apotex Inc., the Federal Court applied the now-familiar ‘could have and would have' test to determine whether the patent-infringing defendants had a non-infringing alternative defence.[
By SnIP/ITs Blog, Laure Fouin, Arie van Wijngaarden
On April 6, 2018, the UK FCA issued a statement on cryptocurrency derivatives indicating that cyrptocurrency derivatives may be considered financial instruments under the European Union's Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II, ...
By SnIP/ITs Blog, Barry Sookman, Daniel Glover, Miranda Lam
On April 16, 2018, a judge of the British Columbia Supreme Court dismissed Google's motion to vary or set aside the global injunction against it that had been affirmed by the Supreme Court of Canada.
By SnIP/ITs Blog, Sean Sadler, Laure Fouin, Shauvik Shah, Andrea Kareclas, Paulina Bogdanova
Online advisors are on the rise. Several well-known institutes predict that by 2020, they will manage between US$2.2 trillion to US$3.7 trillion in assets.
By SnIP/ITs Blog, Steven Tanner, Bart Nowak, Steven Mason
The Government of Canada unveiled its IP Strategy today, planning to invest $83.5 million over five years to help Canadian businesses understand, protect and access IP.
By Adrienne Ho
It also includes both actual and potential consumers of a Licensee.
By Awanish Sinha, Adam Goldenberg, Jessica Firestone, Leisa Hickey, Amanda larusso
Major amendments to British Columbia's Lobbyists Registration Act[1] (the "Act") will come into effect on May 1, 2018
By David F. Blair, Julie Drolet, Brian Lipson
Bill 165, An Act to amend the Highway Safety Codeand other provisions, was adopted unanimously by the Quebec National Assembly on April 18, 2018.
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