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The Supreme Court Reiterates The Distinction Between A Shareholder's Right Of Action And The Corporation's Right Of Action
The Supreme Court of Canada has reiterated the distinction between a corporation's right of action and its shareholders' right of action.
Canada
14 Jan 2019
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Case Comment On Procureur Général Du Canada v. 6569641 Canada Inc. – Proof Of Technological Notification: It Takes Only Three Letters To Turn IT Into A Hitch
'' Since January 1, 2016, when the Code of Civil Procedure came into force, information and communication technologies are now part of the common language in procedural matters.
Canada
9 Nov 2017
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Canada
12 Jul 2017
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The HR Space: Who Is The "Employer" In Human Rights Case About Remote Location
The Alberta Court of Appeal has recently added to the ongoing debate over who is or isn’t an employer in the human rights context.
Canada
11 Feb 2013
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Shannon Residents Appeal Superior Court Decision
On July 20, 2012, class representative Marie-Paule Spieser decided to appeal Justice Godbout's decision1 before the Québec Court of Appeal.
Canada
4 Oct 2012
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Joint Defence Agreements In Canada
This paper will provide an overview of Canadian practices and jurisprudence with respect to JDAs, highlighting the similarities and differences between Canadian and American law in this area.
Canada
6 Aug 2012
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Case Comment: T A & K Enterprises Inc. v. Suncor Energy Products Inc. and Suncor Energy Inc.
The recent decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal in T A & K Enterprises Inc. v. Suncor Energy Products Inc. and Suncor Energy Inc.
Canada
6 Dec 2011
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Modern Treaties and the Duty to Consult: "Little Salmon" Revisited
On August 15, 2008 the Yukon Court of Appeal issued its decision in Little Salmon/Carmacks First Nation v. Yukon (Minister of Energy, Mines and Resources), 2008 YKCA 13. This is the first appellate level court to consider the duty to consult described by the Supreme Court of Canada in Haida and Mikisew in the context of a modern treaty.
Canada
29 Sep 2008
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One Trick Patents (Product Patents And Biogen Sufficiency)
Lord Hoffmann, sitting in the Court of Appeal, has explained and limited the scope of "Biogen insufficiency" with the result that an ordinary product claim in a patent will be sufficiently enabled even if the specification teaches only one method of making it.
UK
27 May 2008
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Danier Leather Wins Appeal of Prospectus Disclosure Case
Ontario Court of Appeal overturns earlier class action judgment that Danier made misrepresentations to IPO shareholders
Canada
14 Jul 2006
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