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Organizing Publicity Contests In Quebec
The organization of contests, draws and lotteries is subject to a number of legislative provisions which remain unknown to many.
Canada
20 Jul 2017
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Investment Canada Act Pre-Merger Review Threshold Increases to $ 1 Billion
Canada's planned increase to the generally applicable threshold for "net benefit" reviews under the Investment Canada Act (ICA) from $800 million to $1 billion became effective June 22, 2017.
Canada
10 Jul 2017
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Google Slapped With A 2.42 Billion Euro Fine By The European Commission
The European Union (EU) has slapped Google with a 2.42 billion euro ($2.72 billion U.S.) fine for breaching antitrust rules with its online shopping service.
European Union
7 Jul 2017
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Michael Osborne Quoted In Law Times: Tech Firm Sues After Bid-Rigging Acquittal
W. Michael Osborne, partner at Affleck Greene McMurtry LLP, was quoted in a recent article in the Law Times, Tech firm sues after bid-rigging acquittal.
Canada
7 Jul 2017
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Rigging The Bid: Finding Fraud In A Regulated Setting
In the recent decision of R v Fedele, the Court of Québec has effectively adopted the approach set out by the Supreme Court of Canada in R v Riesberry regarding the interpretation...
Canada
6 Jul 2017
6
Competition Bureau Clears Retail Gas Mergers
Each transaction is subject to a consent agreement, which the Bureau concluded will address the competition concerns it alleged were associated with the transactions
Canada
5 Jul 2017
7
VW And Audi Face Hefty Fines For Misleading Environmental Marketing Claims
On December 19, 2016, the Canadian side of the diesel engine saga plaguing VW and Audi came to a close when the federal Competition Bureau reached a consent agreement for a $15 million administrative...
Canada
5 Jul 2017
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When Clearance Prices Aren't Really A Deal: Competition Bureau Takes Action Against HBC For Alleged Deceptive Regular Price Claims And Clearance Sales
Source Preview On February 22, 2017, the Canadian Competition Bureau announced it had taken legal action against Hudson's Bay Company ("HBC") for what it considers to be deceptive...
Canada
4 Jul 2017
9
Documentary Discovery… Of The Competition Bureau?
On March 8, 2017, the Competition Bureau released a bulletin for public consultation entitled "Information requests from private parties in proceedings for recovery of loss or damages".
Canada
3 Jul 2017
10
Major Agricultural Merger Approved
The Competition Bureau has approved the merger between Dow and DuPont, two companies that specialise in crop protection products and packaging plastics.
Canada
30 Jun 2017
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Focussing On What Matters: The Court Refuses To Grant Broad Section 11 Orders In The Commissioners Bell/MTS Inquiry
Emrys Davis and David Cassin, Focusing on What Matters: The Court Refuses to Grant Broad Section 11 Orders in the Commissioner's Bell-MTS Inquiry, delivered at the CBA Competition Law Spring Meeting on May 25, 2017.
Canada
29 Jun 2017
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Quebec Company Guilty of Bid-Rigging in Ventilation Contracts
A ventilation systems installation company, 9201-2640 Québec Inc., pleaded guilty to bid-rigging and was fined $140,000 by the Quebec Superior Court.
Canada
26 Jun 2017
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27 Rexall Pharmacies To Be Sold To RXDM
McKesson's other proposed acquisition of Uniprix will also be reviewed by the Bureau.
Canada
14 Jun 2017
14
Sherwin-Williams Permitted To Acquire Valspar
To address these concerns, Sherwin-Willaims is required under the consent agreement to sell Valspar's assets related to industrial wood coatings in Canada and the U.S. to Axalta Coating Systems Ltd....
Canada
14 Jun 2017
15
Montreal Company Pleads Guilty To Deceptive Telemarketing
Thompson Hill Publishing, a telemarketing company based in Montreal, pleaded guilty to making false or misleading representations and engaging in deceptive telemarketing.
Canada
30 May 2017
16
The Other Shoe Drops: The Private Right Of Action Under CASL
The bulk of Canada's anti-spam law, known colloquially as CASL, came into force on July 1, 2014. CASL sets out strict rules for a variety of online behaviours and is considered the strictest...
Canada
23 May 2017
17
Significant Developments In Recent Competition Litigation
In Les Industries Garanties limitée c. R., the Court allowed the prosecution of a company and its employee to proceed despite a 40-month delay between the laying of charges and the trial.
Canada
4 May 2017
18
Fair, Reasonable And Non-Discriminatory: UK Patent Court Enjoins Huawei From Using Standard Essential Patents Owned By A Non-Practicing Entity
The process of standardizing a technology involves declaring a patent or group of patents as SEPs.
Canada
3 May 2017
19
FCPA Declination Letters and Corporate Criminal Liability: What Can Be Learned From the U.S. Approach
The Acting Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division of the U.S. Department of Justice (the "DOJ"), Kenneth Blanco, recently announced[1] that the DOJ's FCPA "Pilot Program" introduced in 2016 would remain in effect after the expiry of its initial of period of one year period on April 5, 2017.
Canada
28 Apr 2017
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Mitsubishi Electric Auto Parts Fine Brings Total to $84M
Japanese auto parts manufacturer Mitsubishi Electric has been fined $13.4 million after pleading guilty to participating in illegal agreements with industry competitors ...
Canada
27 Apr 2017
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