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By Bradley White, Clark Holden
In what may be the biggest update to Canadian industrial design practice in years, long-awaited changes have finally arrived in Canada.
By Nathaniel Lipkus, Vincent de Grandpré, Faylene Lunn
For many years, leading information technology (IT) companies have squared off against patent owners around the world seeking to extract value from their IT patents.
By Osler's Tax Group
In November 2015, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the other G20 leaders endorsed the OECD's base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) measures.
By Douglas Bryce, Alexander Cobb, Helen Ferrigan
A recent decision of the Federal Court of Canada may have significant implications for how commercial parties conduct themselves.
By Shuli Rodal, Michelle Lally, Peter Glossop, Margaret Kim
Liberalization is expected to be a dominant foreign investment theme in 2017, consistent with the Canadian government's stated focus on attracting investment to Canada.
By Mark Gelowitz
In Kukemueller v Ontario (Community Safety and Correctional Services), 2016 ONCA 451, the Court of Appeal for Ontario provided brief reasons allowing an appeal even though it had become moot.
By Andrew Boyd, Alexander Cobb, Ilana Ludwin
On December 9, 2016, the Supreme Court of Canada released two much-awaited decisions in Fairmont1 and in PJC2 that clarified the scope of the remedy of rectification in Canada...
By Mark Gelowitz
In a sentencing appeal, the British Columbia Court of Appeal in R v. Pahl split on the issue of how to properly determine whether a sentence was fit in the context of disputes over...
By Mark Gelowitz
The Saskatchewan Court of Appeal in Harle v. 101090442 Saskatchewan Ltd. clarified the scope of the trial court's jurisdiction in hearing new evidence on issues remitted following appeal...
By Rosalind Hunter, Rod Davidge, Heather McKean
The Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015 (the FCPA) comes into force on December 10, 2016.
By Riyaz Dattu, Waleed Malik
On November 17, 2016, J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. and a subsidiary, JPMorgan Securities (Asia Pacific) Limited, agreed to pay more than $264 million to settle claims that they infringed the U.S. FCPA.
By Sylvain Lussier, Ad.E., Christopher Naudie, Colin Feasby, Melissa Burkett
The Supreme Court of Canada recently released two significant decisions on solicitor-client privilege and litigation privilege...
By Craig Lockwood, Lauren Harper (Articling Student)
A recent decision by the British Columbia Supreme Court denying class certification illustrates the Court's continued insistence on the rigorous application of the statutory certification criteria...
By Kashif Zaman
The Ontario Personal Property Security Act (PPSA) currently does not allow cash collateral to be perfected by "control."
By Kashif Zaman
The offer of rewards points (either through credit card spending or other loyalty programs) has become so ubiquitous in consumer businesses that there are hardly any companies of any significant size...
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