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By Tony Crossman, Paulina Adamson, Terri-Lee Oleniuk
The federal government's long-awaited overhaul of key environmental laws (Bill C-69, which implements the new Impact Assessment Act, the Canadian Energy Regulator Act
By Roy Millen, Rochelle Collette
On August 6, 2019, the B.C. Court of Appeal (Court) upheld the provincial Minister of Environment's (Minister) determination that the Jumbo Glacier Resort
By Dawn Jetten, Alana Scotchmer
On July 25, 2019, the Canadian Bankers Association (CBA) released its voluntary Code of Conduct for the Delivery of Banking Services to Seniors (Seniors Code), which was adopted by its member banks.
By Laura Blumenfeld, Beverly Cheung (Summer Law Student)
Employers can breathe easy once again knowing that common law reasonable notice is still capped at 24 months, absent exceptional circumstances.
By Kevin Rusli, Chris Nyberg
The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) announced a subsequent allocation process for an additional 50 retail store authorizations (RSAs) in Ontario.
By David Tupper, Seumas Woods, Claude Marseille, Emily Hazlett
In recent years, stakeholders in the Canadian construction industry have been looking to resolve the ongoing problem of late payments.
By Andrea Laing, Ryan Morris
Civil claims related to financial products have been on the rise in Canada in recent years and plaintiffs' counsel are showing surprising creativity in crafting new claims
By Mark Morrison, Michael Dixon, Sean Boyle, Iris Fischer, John Fast
Remediation agreements, known as deferred prosecution agreements in the United States and United Kingdom, are a new tool for enforcing and resolving corporate crime in Canada.
By Joe McArthur, Iris Antonios, Michael McCachen
There is a continuing trend in both domestic and international contractual disputes for those disputes to be resolved by way of arbitration.
By Joe McArthur, Iris Antonios, Michael McCachen
As part of our quarterly series on current trends across different industries, our second article for 2019 explores cross-practice litigation developments in Canada
By Catherine Beagan Flood, Jeff Galway, Nicole Henderson, Andrea Laing, Robin Linley, Gordon McKee
On July 17, 2019, the Law Commission of Ontario (LCO) released its long-awaited report, titled Class Actions: Objectives, Experiences and Reforms (Report).
By Alexis Levine
There have been considerable recent regulatory and legislative changes with respect to lobbying and conflicts of interest regimes at the federal level and in each of British Columbia and Quebec.
By Anne-Catherine Boucher, Mathieu Nolin
In 2017 and 2019, Quebec was struck with severe spring flooding. In the Spring of 2019, floods affected more than 250 municipalities, damaged thousands of residences and forced the evacuation of over 13,500 people.
By Matthew Merkley, David Bristow
Beginning January 1, 2020, distributing corporations (generally, public companies) governed by the Canada Business Corporations Act (CBCA) will be required to provide additional diversity disclosure in connection
By Robert Kwinter
On July 10, 2019, Canada's new Competition Bureau (Bureau) head articulated his top enforcement priorities in an interview sponsored by the American Bar Association (ABA), Section of Antitrust Law.
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