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U.K. Supreme Court Opens Door To Broader Scope Of Liability Of Parent Company For Subsidiary's Operations
The plaintiffs have sought damages from both KCM and Vedanta for negligence.
Canada
9 May 2019
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Court Of Appeal Invalidates Uber's Arbitration Clause
The plaintiff, David Heller, was an Uber Eats driver.
Canada
22 Jan 2019
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Federal Court Of Appeal Sheds Light On Crown Prerogative And Copyright
The Federal Court of Appeal ("FCA") recently released its judgment in P.S. Knight Co. Ltd. v. Canadian Standards Association, 2018 FCA 222.
Canada
21 Jan 2019
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U.S. Appeals Court Clarifies Jurisdictional Limits Of FCPA
A U.S. federal appeals court recently articulated the jurisdictional limits of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) ...
Canada
9 Oct 2018
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Court Of Appeal Decision Reinforces Ontario's "Pro-Enforcement" Arbitration Regime
A recent Ontario Court of Appeal decision recognized and enforced a final and binding international arbitration award even though the arbitral tribunal made post-award statements that the award had been stayed.
Canada
16 Aug 2018
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Supreme Court Of Canada Discusses Negligence And Duty Of Care In Stolen Car Case
Today, in Rankin (Rankin's Garage & Sales) v JJ, the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) overturned an Ontario Court of Appeal decision which found that an owner of a commercial car garage owed a duty of care to a teenager who was injured after he and his friend stole a vehicle from the garage and went on a joyride
Canada
20 May 2018
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Arbitration Preconditions Can Suspend Commencement Of A Limitation Period
In PQ Licensing S.A. v. LPQ Central Canada Inc., the Ontario Court of Appeal recently upheld an arbitrator's decision that the two-year limitation period commenced on the date the mediation...
Canada
25 Apr 2018
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TransPerfect: Litigation Highlights Importance Of Shareholders' Agreement For Start-Ups
A shareholders' agreement or, at the very least, a written understanding of the arrangements upon a potential break-up between the founders of TransPerfect could have prevented protracted conflict and ...
Canada
5 Dec 2017
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Supreme Court Clarifies Ambit Of Directors' Personal Liability Under The Oppression Remedy
The Supreme Court of Canada (the "Court") recently released its decision in Wilson v. Alharayeri, 2017 SCC 39 ("Wilson").
Canada
31 Jul 2017
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OSC Intervenes In Private Placement Implemented During Proxy Contest
On April 23, 2017, the OSC overturned a decision of the TSX conditionally approving a private placement by Eco Oro Minerals Corp. in the midst of a proxy contest to replace the Eco Oro board.
Canada
3 May 2017
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OSC Applies Insider Trading Principles To A Non-Reporting Issuer As A Matter Of "Public Interest"
This decision could indicate a trend by the OSC to cast a wider net of circumstances it views should be subject to insider trading prohibitions even where there has been no technical contravention of the rules or regulations.
Canada
22 Apr 2015
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Final Isnít Always Final - OSC Reverses Settlement In Rare Circumstance
Settlements with regulatory bodies regarding infractions are generally final and binding on all of the parties.
Canada
23 Sep 2014
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The Supreme Court Of Canada Breathes New Life Into Summary Judgment
The Supreme Court of Canada released its anticipated decision in Hyrniak v. Mauldin, breathing new life into summary procedures.
Canada
3 Feb 2014
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Canada Ratifies International Arbitration Protocol
Canada will finally adopt the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes convention as of December 1, 2013.
Canada
21 Nov 2013
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Q: Are the Injunctions of Non-Canadian Courts Enforceable in Canada?
In an important recent change to Canadian common law, in Pro Swing Inc. v. Elta Golf Inc., the Supreme Court of Canada unanimously concluded that it was now time to allow injunctions issued by non-Canadian courts to be enforceable in Canada, in appropriate circumstances, because "[m]odern-day commercial transactions require prompt reactions and effective remedies. The advent of the Internet has heightened the need for appropriate tools."
Canada
26 Jan 2007
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Construction Law - Limits on Lien Rights?
On March 14, 2006, the Divisional Court of Ontario released its judgment in the matter of Kennedy Electric Ltd. et al. v. Dana Canada Corporation and Rumble Automation Inc.
Canada
 
9 Apr 2006
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