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By Alex Jay, Kanika Kitchlu-Connolly, Ian Weatherall
In our update this month we take a look at three cases that provide helpful clarification from the courts on issues ...
By Edward Betts
The holidays have come early with a little gift from the Attorney General. On December 12, 2017, Bill 142, the Construction Lien Act Amendment Act, 2017 (Ontario) received Royal Assent and is now law.
By Stephen Sellers, Toni Weston
The New Towns Act 1981 s1 provides that the Secretary of State may make an order designating an area as the site of a proposed new town ...
By Gareth Baker, Helen Emmerson, Samantha Hacking, Gus Wood, Graham Wrigglesworth
The renewable energy market continues to attract more attention and more investment, leading to significant M&A activity.
By Michael Luckman
Protectionism is on the rise and those setting the strategy for their business must ask themselves: are we leaving ourselves open to the risk or prepared for the opportunity?
By Anita Nador
The Canadian government recently published its proposed Regulations Amending the Patented Medicines Regulations (the "Regulations") for coming into force January 1, 2019.
By Evan Atwood, Alan West
On November 9, 2017, the Federal Court released a decision in which it overturned the decision of a Panel of the Patented Medicine Prices Review Board ...
By John Chung, Jamie Rowlands
Continuing our current series on doing business in China, this edition discusses the viability of arbitration as a method of resolving disputes.
By Michael Garellek, Usman M. Sheikh, Joey Suri
Canadian legislation, more specifically the Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act (the "PCMLTFA"), imposes several obligations, also known as anti-money laundering ("AML") rules ...
By Michael Garellek
Now that Bitcoin futures have begun trading on the CBOE, one of the largest futures exchanges in the world, the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC) has issued a notice...
By Michael Carter
'Passing off' does not have a statutory basis and doesn't need to be registered to be effective.
By Ian Weatherall
It is a well-established principle that a successful negligence claim will require a claimant to prove that the defendant's negligence caused the claimant to suffer loss.
By Josh Rosen, Jason Saltzman, Peter Simeon
A recent press release from TMX Group announced that The Canadian Depository for Securities Limited (CDS) is working with Canadian securities regulators and stock exchanges...
By Spencer Ebbert, Neil McCormick
The (Ontario) Cutting Unnecessary Red Tape Act, 2017 received royal assent on November 14, 2017. That statute operates to amend a number of other Ontario statutes ...
By Bernardine Adkins
The European Court of Justice ("CJEU") today handed down its highly anticipated judgment on the legality of a brand owner's restriction of online sales through third-party platforms.
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