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By Peter Glicklich, Gregg M. Benson, Heath Martin
The United States was initially reluctant to adopt the recommendations of the base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) initiative spearheaded by the OECD and the G20 group of nations.
By Peter Glicklich, Heath Martin
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act replaced the U.S. federal corporate alternative minimum tax with the base erosion and anti-abuse tax, which targets deductible payments made after 2017 by certain large corporations ...
By Russell Hall, Patricia Olasker
While much of the focus recently has been on Canada's recreational cannabis industry, the United States has made a progressive move of its own, approving legislation that will remove industrial hemp ...
By Louise Patry, Brian Kujavsky, Jessica Bullock, Joseph-Anaël Lemieux, Rachael Lee, Brent Winston
With the legalization of recreational cannabis as of October 17, 2018, Canadian employers must be prepared to understand their rights and responsibilities vis-à-vis their employees.
By Sarah Powell, Alexandria Pike, Marie-Claude Bellemare
This week, the federal government announced its intention to implement its carbon pricing regime beginning in 2019. Certain provinces and territories have requested the application of all or part of the federal regime.
By Sandra Forbes, Adam Fanaki, Steven Frankel
In Shah v LG Chem Ltd., the Court of Appeal for Ontario considered whether "umbrella purchasers" can assert statutory and common law claims in connection with alleged price-fixing conspiracies.
By Peter Glicklich, Gregg M. Benson, Heath Martin
As we have noted previously, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 dramatically changed the limitation on the deductibility of interest expense under section 163(j).
By Harry Heching, Chaim Zelinger
As pointed out above, the reporting obligation is only on the title insurance company, if any, that is involved in the transaction.
By Natalie Renner
The most apparent gap relates to the transfer or amendment of licences issued by Health Canada.
By Stéphane Eljarrat, Élisabeth Robichaud
In Canada (National Revenue) v Atlas Tube Canada ULC, the Federal Court held that the CRA, in the course of an ongoing audit, was entitled to a draft tax due diligence report prepared by the accounting firm Ernst & Young.
By Benoit Archambault
Amendments to the Trade-marks Act and related regulations will come into force on June 17, 2019.
By Christian Lachance, Élisabeth Robichaud, Anne-Sophie Villeneuve
The Supreme Court of Canada (the SCC) has overturned the decision rendered by a majority of the Federal Court of Appeal (the FCA) in Callidus Capital Corporation v Her Majesty the Queen.
By Luis Sarabia, Alisa McMaster
The SCC has now unanimously ruled on two reference questions from the Government of Québec, holding that the federal government's second attempt to create a national securities regulator is constitutional.
By David Feldman, Zain Rizvi, Anita Banicevic
Section 9 can apply to almost any intermediary or provider of digital products or services.
By Anthony Arquin, Agnès Pignoly
The City of Montréal (City) now has the power to exercise a right of first refusal to purchase property within the sectors it has previously determined by bylaw, after the seller has accepted an offer to purchase.
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