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By Robert Paterson
In May 2016 the UK government published its Review of the Corporate Insolvency Framework - A Consultation on options for reform.
By Bernardine Adkins, Rory Jones
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has announced the launch of a new campaign to crack down on cartels.
By Ina Gerstberger
There is now more legal certainty for ten insect species, the distribution of which is already permitted in some EU countries.
By Evan Atwood, Paul M. Murphy
On Monday, February 12, President Trump delivered to Congress his infrastructure plan, entitled Legislative Outline for Rebuilding Infrastructure in America (the "Plan").
By Rodney Northey
On Feb. 8, 2018, through Bill C-69, the federal government unveiled long-awaited legislation to reform federal environmental assessments, the National Energy Board, and the Navigation Protection Act.
By John Sorensen
Presumably experienced professional advisors will not require that kind of discussion.
By Giles Clifford, Matt Hervey
Cities are a magnet for people as centres for jobs, economic activity and innovation, and urban mobility systems lie at the very heart of what makes cities attractive and viable.
By Josiah Edwards Davis
The Federal Court of Appeal's ruling in Vine Estate v. Canada reminds taxpayers of the importance of filing their original tax return correctly and applying the appropriate degree of care in the process.
By John Sorensen
In Referred Realty Inc. (2018 FC 59), the Canada Revenue Agency's ("CRA") misguided approach to T2 re-appropriation was rejected by the Federal Court — for the third time in recent memory.
By Leila Burden Nixon, Olivia Lifman
The New Rules place restrictions on the entering into of direct agreements related to those products.
By Connie Cliff, Jonathan Chamberlain
The Government's press release states it has "acted on" all but one of the Taylor Report recommendations and all but one of the House Select Committee's recommendations.
By Denis Kolesnikov
On December 28, 2017, President Putin signed the Law on Amendments to the Law on Circulation of Medicines.
By Clark Sargent
In Kason Kek-Gardner Ltd v Process Components Limited, the Court of Appeal has once more reverted to basic principles when interpreting a contract and considering the need for implied terms.
By Edward Betts
The Attorney General, Yasir Naqvi, announced that the balance of Bill 142, the Construction Lien Act Amendment Act, 2017 (Ontario), which received Royal Assent on December 12, 2017 ...
By Matthew Harvey
The Court of Appeal has decided that a company was not in breach of a warranty which stated that it was not restricted from disposing of an invoice, despite a 'no assignments' clause being contained in the underlying agreement.
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