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By Sean Foran
When land is expropriated, the owner whose land is taken is entitled to be compensated for the fair market value of the land taken, the damage to the remainder of the land if only part of the land was taken, as well as other "disturbance
By Ralph Kroman
In Part 1 of this article, we noted that the Trademarks Act (Canada) will be overhauled on June 17, 2019. We highlighted that in certain situations it may be advantageous to file applications
By Caitlin E. Steven
The plaintiff sued the defendants for professional negligence. The tax lawyer moved for summary judgment of the claims against him.
By Marie-Andrée Vermette
In this global marketplace, where business across borders has become commonplace, it is to be expected that some parties to a business dispute that is litigated in Ontario,
By Raj Datt
On July 17, 2007, a pipeline leak was discovered by ISH Energy Ltd. ("ISH").
By John Wilkinson, Cecile Ko Brock
Charities bring valuable perspectives to public discourse through their services to Canadians and interactions with the most vulnerable.
By Michael Statham
Having become a secured creditor, GM then sought to put Trillium into bankruptcy and to collect on the Costs Award in priority to class counsel.
By Jeff Cowan, Ryan Morris, Lia Boritz, Caitlin E. Steven
WeirFoulds Partners Jeff Cowan and Ryan Morris, and Associates Lia Boritz and Caitlin Stevens presented a paper on "Legal and Regulatory Issues Facing Building Owners and Property Managers"...
By Ralph Kroman
On June 17, 2019, substantial amendments to the Trademarks Act (Canada) will come into force. Because the Canadian system for registration of trademarks will be overhauled, it is time to pause and ask some questions
By Robert Warren
Two recent cases have highlighted a serious weakness in the governance of the electricity sector in Ontario. The cases illustrate not just the immediate adverse effects of Government ...
By Ryan Morris
The 2019 Federal Budget announced the Canadian government's intent to limit the preferential tax treatment afforded to employee stock options that are granted to "high income individuals employed at large, long-established, mature firms."
By Debra McKenna
Previously, in What You Need to Know about Police Record Checks, we examined the new framework under the Police Record Checks Reform Act, 2015 for conducting and obtaining a police record check ...
By Megan Mah
On August 30, 2018, the Ontario Court of Appeal released six unanimous decisions, providing the first appellate interpretation of s. 137.1 of the Courts of Justice Act, introduced by Ontario's "anti-SLAPP" legislation.
By Marie-Pier Nadeau
Recently, WeirFoulds Associate Marie-Pier Nadeau and local counsel successfully opposed a motion seeking the dismissal of our clients' claim for abuse of procedure in Murphy c. Grid Solutions Canada, 2019 QCCS 563.
By Bryan Finlay
This threshold requirement is not particularly onerous and it will likely be quite rare that an attack at this stage will succeed: only in very clear cases.
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