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By Jordan Diacur, Jeff Beedell
The Supreme Court of Canada released its decision in Fleming v Ontario, on October 4, 2019. The decision was unanimous, with Côté J. writing for the Court.
By Connie Cliff, Jane Fielding
The historic Supreme Court hearing and judgment on the proroguing of Parliament was hands down the case of the month.
By Greg Peterson, Jason Mullins, Simanpreet Panaych, Timothy Bailey
On Oct. 2, 2019, Pason Systems Inc. ("Pason") (TSX: PSI) announced that it had entered into an agreement to invest $25 million to acquire a minority interest in Intelligent...
By Brent Arnold
Cyberattacks on Canadian businesses are increasing in volume and sophistication. Thankfully, Canada's approach to fighting such threats is also becoming more sophisticated
By Ekaterina Fourmanova, Elizaveta Osipchuk
On 26 July 2019 the Russian president signed a bill on a new, independent form of intellectual property – geographical indications (GIs).
By Tina Woodside, Brett Kagetsu, France Tenaille, Raymond Ong
On Sept. 26, 2019, TriMetals Mining Inc. (TSX: TMI) (US OTCQB: TMIAF) ("TMI") closed its previously announced transaction with Wealth Minerals Ltd. and its wholly-owned subsidiary
By Denis Silva, Tara Amiri-Khaledi, Raymond Ong, Toni Vodola
On Sept. 25, 2019, Wikileaf Technologies Inc. began trading on the Canadian Securities Exchange ("CSE") under the ticker symbol "WIKI".
By Bernardine Adkins, Sean Giles
Last week, Boris Johnson refused Thomas Cook's request for financial assistance from the Government, reportedly to avoid a "moral hazard" for other failing businesses.
By Michael Finley
Many individuals and organizations routinely do work in areas that a layperson might not think of as fish habitat.
By Michael Finley
The Federal Government has recently released a new regulation governing authorizations for works that may kill or harm fish or harmfully alter, damage or destroy their habitat.
By Melissa Tehrani, Julia Kappler
As previously reported, Quebec companies that display a non-French trademark on outdoor signage in the absence of a French generic term, slogan...
By Lewis Retik, Peter Simeon
The legal landscape related to cannabis is changing rapidly in Canada. Federal legislation that allows the sale of cannabis for recreational adult use took effect...
By Kieran Laird
Over the course of six days in this past two weeks, the Divisional Court of England and Wales and the Inner House of the Court of Session
By Edward Johnston
Although 2018 was marked with economic and trade uncertainty, not least due to NAFTA negotiations and Brexit withdrawal proposals, private equity (PE) investment in Canada
By Şenay Nihat, Clive Chalkley
Retail Company Voluntary Arrangements (CVAs) are becoming an increasingly popular means of minimising liabilities and creating breathing space
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