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Law Commission Of Ontario Recommends Significant Overhaul Of Ontario Class Actions Regime
On July 17, 2019, the Law Commission of Ontario (LCO) released its much anticipated report on the Ontario Class Action regime.
Canada
29 Jul 2019
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Hurdles To Certifying A Cyber-Attack Class Action
A recent decision from the Ontario Superior Court of Justice highlights some of the difficulties plaintiffs might face when seeking to certify a class action relating to the disclosure of personal information from a cyber-attack.
Canada
16 Jun 2019
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Canada's Anti-Spam Law: Private Right Of Action Put On Ice
The balance of the legislation remains in force, and businesses must comply with it, pending an upcoming parliamentary review of CASL.
Canada
21 Jun 2017
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Ontario Superior Court Rules That Underwriters Are Not "Experts" Attracting Statutory Secondary Market Liability
Underwriters should not be considered "experts" under the statutory secondary market liability regime.
Canada
24 May 2016
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Court Of Appeal Ruling Endorses Aggregate Damages Awards In Class Proceedings And Provides Guidance To Consumer Protection Act Misrepresentation Claims
A similar approach may be taken in other Canadian provinces having comparable consumer protection statutes.
Canada
23 Mar 2016
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Ontario And B.C. Courts Certify Price-Fixing Class Actions
Two recent decisions from the Ontario Superior Court of Justice and the British Columbia Court of Appeal may mark a fundamental shift in how proposed price-fixing class proceedings will be dealt with in Canada. In recent years, Canadian courts have seen a significant increase in cases involving class actions arising from conduct claimed to be contrary to the criminal provisions of the Competition Act.
Canada
9 Dec 2009
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The Final Chapter Of The Danier Case
The Supreme Court of Canada’s decision in Kerr v. Danier Leather Inc. closed the book on the high profile securities case, much discussed and followed by investors, issuers and securities professionals across Canada.
Canada
29 Oct 2007
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The Comma Case Redux
On August 20th, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) revisited its 2006 decision with respect to what has become known as the million dollar comma case (in reality about $700,000). In a nutshell, Rogers Communications won the battle regarding the infamous comma, but lost its war against Bell Aliant.
Canada
20 Sep 2007
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Civil Liability For Secondary Market Disclosure To Be Effective In Ontario At Year-End Introduction
Culminating a process that began in October, 2002 with the introduction of Bill 198, the Province of Ontario has announced that significant amendments to the Securities Act (Ontario) will take effect on December 31, 2005 introducing civil liability for secondary market disclosure.
Canada
10 Aug 2005
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