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By Colleen Spring Zimmerman
The Canadian Trademarks Act amendments, which are allegedly coming into force in early 2019, include the removal of the requirement that a trademark applicant declare that it has been using its trademark...
By Kenneth Movat
The construction industry should be alive to the imminent changes to the laws that affect them.
By Rick Moscone, Russell Sanders
On June 21, 2018, the Cannabis Act (the "Act") received Royal Assent, marking a historic milestone for Canada in that it became the first G7 nation to legalize cannabis.
By Robert Macdonald, Ryan Hayes
The January 2018 Ontario Superior Court of Justice decision of Solar Power Network Inc. v. ClearFlow Energy Finance Corp.
By Robert Macdonald
On May 7, 2018, the Court of Appeal for Ontario released its decision in Mega International Commercial Bank (Canada) v. Yung.
By Denis Chamberland
As if hospital staff aren't busy enough. The enactment in Ontario of the Fairness in Procurement Act, 2018 on March 8, 2018 will almost certainly ensure that some staff have more to do...
By Gareth F.G. Stackhouse
The Ontario government updated the mandatory Proxy Form and released it on May 10, 2018. This new Proxy Form will need to be used going forward.
By David Thiel
While much of the attention in the condominium community over the past many months has been concentrated on the ongoing changes to the condominium legislation in Ontario ...
By Alex Kolandjian
As of April 30, 2018, residential tenancies in Ontario that are subject to the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006 ...
By David Thiel
The Ministry updated the mandatory proxy on May 10, 2018. This new form will need to be used going forward.
By Stanley Berger
Now that the Supreme Court of Canada has denied leave to appeal in Suncor Energy Inc. v. Alberta (2017) 415 D.L.R. (4th) 499 (Alta C.A.) it will be harder to establish solicitor-client privilege ...
By Sheryl L. Johnson
Layered upon the same are the legislated additions to the Ministry of Labour's powers under Bill 148 and Bill 203.
By Stanley Berger
The nuisance claim was rejected on the basis that the consultant did not own, occupy or possess the property, or any adjacent or nearby property impacted by the alleged contamination.
By Russell Sanders
The Canadian Securities Administrators (the "CSA") have unveiled new rules addressing syndicated mortgages with the dual objectives of establishing a more consistent framework ...
By David Thiel
This is one of a series of newsletters that the Condominium Law Group at Fogler, Rubinoff LLP will be providing to our condominium industry contacts as changes to the Condominium Act, 1998 ...
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