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By Anne Corbett, Heather Pessione
The Ontario government is moving forward with the creation of Ontario Health Teams (OHTs): integrated care delivery systems comprised of persons
By Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
​Tax litigation can be a very complex process. Many of the rules and procedures that govern tax disputes are designed to match the mechanics of the federal tax system in Canada, including GST/HST
By Bradley Freedman
Cybersecurity is important for organizations of all kinds and sizes, including SMEs. Cyber criminals are increasingly targeting SMEs, including to obtain information about their customers and business
By Carol Derk, Julie Mansi, Sienne Lau
Ontario Securities Commission approves settlement agreement with CoinLaunch Corp.
By Beverley Moore, David Chapman
Today, the federal government announced the final draft of the Regulations Amending the Patented Medicines Regulations (Additional Factors and Information Reporting Requirements)
By Alessandro Cotugno, Kevin Bianchini
As part of its initiative to protect the integrity and fairness of its tax system, the provincial 2019-2020 budget put an emphasis on the disclosure requirement of nominee agreements.
By Natalie Kolos, Edona Vila
Summary judgment can be an effective pre-trial mechanism to dispose of an action.
By Samantha Bonanno, Douglas Smith
In the recent decision of Barrs v. Halton Regional Police Service, 2019 ONSC 4403, BLG was successful in having a plaintiff's claim dismissed on a motion for summary judgment.
By Grace Pereira, Joelle Kabouchi
This year's federal budget contained proposed amendments to the Income Tax Act (Canada) (Tax Act) that targeted the "allocation to redeemers" methodology used by certain mutual fund trusts and unit trusts (the Budget Proposals).
By Ian C. Matthews
Plaintiff-side class actions are often – but not always – lawyer driven. Class counsel are increasingly entrepreneurial in seeking out potential class action mandates and identifying putative
By Jesse Goldman, Matthew Kronby, Julia Webster, Jacob Mantle
Under Canadian law and the WTO's Anti-dumping Agreement, imported goods are "dumped" if they are sold into an export market at below their "normal value".
By Beverley Moore, Jacky Wong
A geographical indication (GI) is a type of intellectual property defined in the Trade-marks Act. GI refers to a name, sign or other indication used to identify a wine
By Omar K. Madhany
On July 19, 2019, the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) approved a settlement with Caldwell Investment Management Ltd. (CIM) over failures to comply with the best execution obligation
By Scott Pollock
Bella Senior Care Residences Inc. ("BSCRI"), was the operator of a senior care facility. BSCRI owed money to Canada Life Assurance Company ("CLAC"), pursuant
By Robin Squires, Martin Abadi, Sarah Sweet
Autonomous technology is advancing in every sector and in many ways the maritime industry may well be viewed by some as being ahead of the pack
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