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By Nicole Bacsalmasi, Whitney Wakeling, Stuart W. Ruffolo
On September 12, 2019, the Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) published for comment CSA Notice and Request for Comment – Reducing Regulatory Burden for Investment Fund Issuers – Phase 2, Stage 1
By Christina Porretta, Ilan Levy
In Lilydale Cooperative Limited v Meyn Canada Inc, 2019 ONCA 761, the Court of Appeal for Ontario concluded that it is not appropriate for a party to wait for a forum dispute to be decided prior to...
By Michael S. Sestito
Does a corporate director of a vendor corporation owe independent fiduciary duties to a purchasing corporation in the context of an asset purchase?
By Matthew Bradley
As discussed in our previous post,the fluctuating cost of automobile insurance and the extent to which insured persons can rely on insurance protection
By Adam Allouba
September 20 and 21 saw the latest edition of Smart Mining 2.0 held in Toronto. The presentations covered a broad range of topics related...
By Kathryn McCulloch, Jawaid Panjwani
The data collection capabilities of drones are unprecedented. Cameras and imaging payloads can capture and transmit data and high-resolution images
By Alexandre Toupin
In the recent decision, Sky Solar (Canada) Ltd. v. Economical Mutual Insurance Company, 2019 ONSC 4165, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice undertook
By Kirsten Thompson
The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada ("OPC") has backed away from attempting to reverse its position on cross border transfers
By Christina Porretta
In Pioneer Corp. v. Godfrey, 2019 SCC 42, an 8-1 majority of the Supreme Court of Canada determined that the discoverability rule applies to the limitation period in s.
By Hartley Lefton
An annual tradition in Ontario is an insured driver opening a letter from their insurer with their new or renewed automobile insurance policy, which includes their new "pink card" certificate evidencing their automobile insurance.
By Simon Elzen-Hoskyn
A new decision from the Alberta Court of Queen's Bench provides a caution to insureds to double check the accuracy of a denial of coverage
By JoAnne Wakeford
Design thinking is becoming increasingly relevant in the legal industry and is being applied to how we practice law and deliver legal services.
By Paul Lalonde, Sean Stephenson
These changes affect all suppliers engaged in the federal contracting process.
By Chelsea Rasmussen
In a recent Ontario decision regarding the Crown's obligation to disclose documents in an Occupational Health and Safety Act prosecution, the Court held that the prosecution did not have an obligation to disclose to the...
By Deepshikha Dutt
Identify company's legal obligations under federal and provincial privacy laws, securities laws, and policies and guidelines set out by industry regulators
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