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By Janelle Weed
On November 29, the Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA), as intervener, won a major victory in the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) case of Kosoian v. Société de transport de Montréal
By Teresa Reguly, Eileen McMahon
Canada's Patented Medicines Prices Review Board (PMPRB) has published draft guidelines for stakeholder consultation.
By Rima Ramchandani, David Seville, Robbie Leibel
The OSC has published an ambitious plan to reform Ontario's securities regulatory regime. The potential reforms, announced on November 19 in the report "Reducing Regulatory Burden in Ontario's...
By Yael Bienenstock, Alicja Puchta
Cheesman et al v. Credit Valley Hospital et al, 2019 ONSC 4996, the Ontario Supreme Court of Justice provided guidance on some key evidentiary issues: 1)
By Janelle Weed
Canadian companies will sometimes encounter questions related to fundamental aspects of U.S. securities law. We take a closer look at three topics of special interest below: ...
By Mark Bain, Josh Van Deurzen
Today, access to broadband internet is largely considered an essential service akin to utilities such as electricity or public highways, as it is critical to participation in the modern economy.
By Frazer K.M. House, John Emanoilidis, Rima Ramchandani
On November 12, Canadian securities regulators in Ontario, British Columbia, Québec, New Brunswick, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Nova Scotia published Multilateral Staff Notice 51‑359
By Torys’ Capital Markets Practice
The appropriate level of regulation of Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS) and other proxy advisory firms has been on the SEC's radar for several years.
By Frank Iacobucci, John Terry, Valerie Helbronner, Michael Fortier, T. Ryan Lax, Nick Kennedy, Melody Burke, Hannah Allen, Emily Stewart
The Government of British Columbia recently introduced Bill 41 – 2019: Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Act (Bill 41) in the province's Legislative Assembly
By Stephanie Stimpson, Derek Flaman
M&A activity in oil and gas has been on a downward trend since 2016 (see Figure 1), with both volume and total deal value on the decline.
By Teresa Reguly, Eileen McMahon
The Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (Ministry) has proposed changes to Ontario's drug product formulary listing and pricing regime.
By Amy Johnson-Spina, Venera Ziegler, Michael Akkawi
On October 30, the Institutional Limited Partners Association (ILPA), an organization with more than 525 member institutions representing over $2 trillion USD...
By Teresa Reguly, Melanie Rowand, Manpreet Singh, Denise Ramsden
A recent Patent Appeal Board (PAB) decision provides insight on patentable subject matter in Canada and on the assessment of whether a claimed invention will be deemed
By Brigitte Goulard, Eli Monas, Peter Aziz
"All banking customer groups now prefer digital channels", concludes the October 2019 McKinsey report, "Inflection point: Seven transformative shifts in US retail banking".
By Jon Silver, Stacey Reisman (Danis)
Defendants to litigation are often looking for tools to encourage an early settlement. A motion for security for costs can often fit the bill.
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