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By Canadian Securities Regulation Monitor, Shane D'Souza, Rene Sorell, Cristian Blidariu
In the Finkelstein v. Ontario Securities Commission[1] insider trading case, the Ontario Court of Appeal provided guidance on the interpretation ...
By Canadian Securities Regulation Monitor, Matthew Harris, Matthew Kelleher, Mark McEwan
On February 8, 2018, the Canadian Securities Administrators (the "CSA") published Staff Notice 51-352 (Revised) (the "Notice") setting forth disclosure obligations applicable to issuers ...
By Kaitlin Soye, James S.S. Holtom, David Tait
Not long after its decision in Apotex Inc. v. Bayer Inc (2018 FCA 32 – see our blog), the Federal Court of Appeal released another important decision on the subject of remedies for patent infringement (full decision here: Teva Canada Limited v. Janssen Inc., 2018 FCA 33).
By Canadian M&A Perspectives, Oliver J. Borgers, Michele Siu
The pre-merger notification transaction-size threshold for 2018 has increased to C$92 million from the 2017 threshold of C$88 million.
By Canadian M&A Perspectives, Oliver J. Borgers, Michele Siu
It is worthwhile to remember that the Canadian government can review any investment (including minority investments) by non-Canadians on the basis of "national security" concerns.
By Cindy Vaillancourt, Dominique Amyot-Bilodeau, Martin Thiboutot
On February 14, 2018, the Government of Québec published for consultation purposes 24 draft regulations aimed at implementing significant amendments made to the Québec Environment Quality Act pursuant to Bill 102.
By Canadian Appeals Monitor, Patrick Williams
The doctrine of proprietary estoppel can enforce a promise to transfer real property to a person who acts to his or her detriment based on the promise.
By SnIP/ITs Blog, James S.S. Holtom, Sanjaya Mendis, David Tait
2017 was a significant year for Canadian patent law — one marked by the Supreme Court abolishing the so-called ‘Promise Doctrine' of utility, as well as several other significant changes.
By Matthew Cumming, Nicole Rumble, Paulina Bogdanova
Limited partnerships are widely used in Ontario (and other Canadian jurisdictions) and have many benefits, including limited liability for limited partners.
By Connor Bildfell
As reported in a previous blog post, the B.C. Strata Property Act was recently amended to make it easier for strata corporations to wind themselves up.
By James S.S. Holtom, David Tait
When a patent is infringed in Canada, a successful plaintiff can elect damages, or an accounting of the profits the defendant made by infringing.
By Canadian ERA Perspectives, Stephanie Axmann, Bryn Gray, Madeleine Hawkins
On February 8, 2018, the federal government introduced Bill C-69, Part 1 of which tables the Impact Assessment Act (IAA), proposed federal legislation to replace Canada's current environmental assessment legislation ...
By Canadian ERA Perspectives, Kimberly Howard, Anna-Marie Manley (Article Student), Gordon Nettleton
On February 8, 2018, the Federal Government announced the first reading of Bill C-69: An Act to enact the Impact Assessment Act ...
By Canadian ERA Perspectives, Peter Brady, Joanna Rosengarten, Stephanie Axmann
On February 8, 2018, the federal government introduced the Impact Assessment Act ("IAA" or "Act"), federal legislation to replace Canada's current environmental assessment legislation ...
By Selina Lee-Andersen
In 2012, omnibus budget legislation (Bill C-38) was introduced by the previous Harper government, which included changes aimed at streamlining various federal environmental assessment (EA) review and regulatory processes.
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