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By Daniel Cohen, Sarah Stothart
Last week, the Federal Court of Canada dismissed an unusual "reverse class action" brought by a group of film production companies (collectively referred to as "Voltage")...
By Ryan Cookson, Joseph Hoffman, Francy Kussner
This week, the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal (LPAT) dismissed an appeal of two City of Toronto zoning by-laws that regulate short-term rentals, such as those arranged through Airbnb and VRBO.
By Victor Liu
On November 12, 2019, the Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) published Staff Notice 51-359 (the "Staff Notice"), highlighting inadequacies in disclosure of financial interests in M&A ...
By Allan Goodman, Hari Marcovici, Michael Partridge
A panel of the OSC recently reversed a decision of the Director of the Investment Funds & Structured Products Branch of the Commission that denied the issuance of a receipt for a final prospectus of The Bitcoin Fund.
By Michael Koch, Julie Rosenthal, Sarah Stothart
The Competition Tribunal today released its lengthy reasons for dismissing an application brought by the Commissioner of Competition (the "Commissioner")...
By Chris Sunstrum, Alexandra Murray
Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) recently announced that they will review the regulatory framework governing Automatic Securities Disposition Plans (ASDPs),...
By Monica Creery
In Darmar Farms Inc. v. Syngenta Canada Inc., the Ontario Court of Appeal allowed a claim of "negligent commercialization" to proceed where the introduction of a new product into the market ...
By Jesse-Ross Cohen, Richard Corley, Niki Kermani
In June 2019, Canada's federal House of Commons passed a motion (186 to 63 votes) to declare a national climate emergency.
By David Zitzerman
In a typical copyright infringement lawsuit, an artist who created and owns a copyrighted work sues the party that uses their work without permission or compensation.
By Jordan D. Scopa, Jaclyn Tilak, Duncan Lurie
Under the former Former Regulations, section 6 applications only served to determine whether the generic's allegations of non-infringement or invalidity were justified...
By Daniel Cohen, Monique McAlister, Peter Ruby
Last week, the Privacy Commissioner of Canada determined that Loblaw Companies Ltd. initially collected more personal information than it needed with respect to the $25 Loblaw gift cards it made available to customers ...
By Michael Koch, Daniel Cohen, Julie Rosenthal
In an expansion of section 36 of the Competition Act, an eight member majority of the Supreme Court has ruled that "umbrella purchasers" can be class members in price-fixing class actions.
By Tamryn Jacobson, Ryan Cookson, Samantha Galway
This week, the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) began its regular Fall sittings.
By David Zitzerman, Michael Koch, Amalia Berg
The decision of the Supreme Court of Canada (the "Court") in Keatley Surveying Ltd. v. Teranet Inc. represents the Court's first opportunity to examine the scope and application of section 12 of the Copyright Act.
By Jennifer Ehrlich, Michelle Roth, Andrew Schipper
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