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By Nadia Chiesa
A motion for security for costs can be a powerful tool in a litigator's arsenal to ensure a client is not left with an unenforceable costs order after defending a costly court battle.
By Robert Eisenberg
As Canadians start to wind down for the summer holidays, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Ontario Premier Doug Ford have gifted retailers and consumers with new and expansive changes to the recreational cannabis regime.
By Caroline Abela
Allen Chan was the co-founder, chief executive officer and chairman of the board of directors of Sino-Forest Corporation ("SFC").
By Ken Prehogan
In Knight v Knight, 2019 ONCA 538, the Court of Appeal released Reasons for Decision refusing to grant leave to appeal from an award of costs of $490,000 plus HST following a 13-day trial arising out of ...
By Marie-Andrée Vermette
In this global marketplace, where business across borders has become commonplace, it is to be expected that some parties to a business dispute that is litigated in Ontario,
By Michael Dolphin, Wayne T. Egan
Canada has a strong and well-regulated capital market with a history of funding growth companies. By going public in Canada
By Lia Boritz
The Supreme Court of Canada recently weighed in on the doctrines of knowing assistance and corporate attribution when it overturned the majority decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal...
By Philip Cho
In 1085372 Ontario Limited v. Kulawick, 2019 ONSC 2344, the Honourable Justice Penny dismissed an action to set aside a transaction under s.
By Debra McKenna
The word "patient" appears 96 times in the Regulated Health Professions Act, 1991 ("RHPA").
By Sean Foran
When land is expropriated, the owner whose land is taken is entitled to be compensated for the fair market value of the land taken, the damage to the remainder of the land if only part of the land was taken, as well as other "disturbance
By Ralph Kroman
In Part 1 of this article, we noted that the Trademarks Act (Canada) will be overhauled on June 17, 2019. We highlighted that in certain situations it may be advantageous to file applications
By Caitlin E. Steven
The plaintiff sued the defendants for professional negligence. The tax lawyer moved for summary judgment of the claims against him.
By Marie-Andrée Vermette
In this global marketplace, where business across borders has become commonplace, it is to be expected that some parties to a business dispute that is litigated in Ontario,
By Raj Datt
On July 17, 2007, a pipeline leak was discovered by ISH Energy Ltd. ("ISH").
By John Wilkinson, Cecile Ko Brock
Charities bring valuable perspectives to public discourse through their services to Canadians and interactions with the most vulnerable.
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