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Not So Fast: Federal Court Of Appeal Strongly Confirms Transactional Common Interest Privilege
The Federal Court of Appeal has unanimously overturned the Federal Court decision in Iggillis Holdings Inc., et al. v. Minister of National Revenue, holding that solicitor-client privilege ...
Canada
10 Apr 2018
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Solicitor-Client Privilege: Accounting Records Exception In Income Tax Act Unconstitutional
Two recent decisions by the Supreme Court of Canada considered demands for information made to lawyers and notaries issued by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA).
Canada
1 Jul 2016
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I Always Feel Like Somebody’s Watching Me: The Use Of Surveillance Evidence
The Ontario Court of Appeal recently found that a trial judge permitted trial by ambush in failing to require pre-trial disclosure of surveillance evidence.
Canada
7 Apr 2015
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Ontario Court Of Appeal Provides Clarity To The Extent Of Communications Between Counsel And Experts
The Ontario Court of Appeal has released its much anticipated decision in Moore v. Getahun 2015 ONCA 55.
Canada
3 Feb 2015
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Sweet Surprise: Pre-Certification Summary Judgment Awarded To Hershey In Labelling Class Action
A recent case arising out of the Northern District of California provides a notable contrast between class actions in the United States and those in Canada.
Canada
24 Jun 2014
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No Evidence? No Problem! Ontario Courts Relax Sanctions On Plaintiffs Disposing Of Evidence
Plaintiffs that dispose of their allegedly defective products prior to trial may have a stronger case than you think.
Canada
24 Jun 2014
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Tax Court Of Canada Litigation Update "Henco Industries Limited v HMQ"
The Tax Court of Canada decision in Henco Industries Limited v. HMQ, provides litigation and tax practitioners with guidance on evidentiary and tax issues.
Canada
19 Jun 2014
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Manage Compliance Risk, While Bringing Clients Along
Advisers are often overwhelmed with changing regulatory and internal compliance obligations they are required to incorporate into their daily practices.
Canada
25 May 2012
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