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By David N. Vaillancourt
The Court of Appeal for Ontario recently rejected a home buyer's attempt to rescind a real estate deal on the grounds that the house in question had previously been used as a marijuana grow-op.
By Kyle Taylor
In overturning a lower court decision, the Ontario Court of Appeal ruled that TD Bank and BMO would be added as defendants in a price fixing class action against major banks.
By Annie (Qurrat-ul-ain) Tayyab
The WTO has recently ruled against Canada in a dispute started by Brazil, which alleges that Bombardier Inc.'s C-Series aircrafts are receiving unfair subsidies from the Canadian government.
By Annie (Qurrat-ul-ain) Tayyab
The Supreme Court of Canada has agreed to hear an appeal from TELUS Communications Inc. in a class action that alleges that TELUS overcharged customers by rounding up calls...
By Meredith Hayward
This case arose out of the OSC's administrative proceedings against five individuals, including Miller and Cheng.
By Masiel Matus
Mark Lowman and Dave Jarrett made a website for a new company created for a waste to energy project that planned to be listed on the stock exchange in the future.
By Kenneth Dekker
Part XXIII.1 of the Ontario Securities Act creating a statutory cause of action for misrepresentation for purchasers of securities on the secondary market (i.e. a stock market) was enacted more than 13 years ago to much fanfare.
By Michael Binetti
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice dismissed a $1.4 billion class action against The Beer Store, a chain of stores owned by 30 Ontario-based brewers
By Affleck Greene McMurtry LLP
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice awarded carriage of a class action into alleged price-fixing of packaged bread to a consortium of law firms including Affleck Greene McMurtry LLP.
By Michael Binetti
The settlement was reached by way of a mediation.
By Michael Binetti
Following a warning in 2017 to ticket vendors that they should ensure advertised prices were accurate, Canada's Competition Bureau sued Ticketmaster and its parent, LiveNation.
By Peter Greene, Wendy Sun
IIROC and the MFDA are the primary SROs in the investment industry.
By W. Michael G. Osborne
Softvoyage Inc., a Canadian software company that produces content management software used by tour operators to create vacation packages and manage inventory, and distribution software...
By Kenneth Dekker
On December 20, Canada's highest court released a hotly anticipated decision that is almost certainly the final act in the more than 20 year saga of a formerly pre-eminent theater company...
By W. Michael G. Osborne
Following the recent decision of the Supreme Court of Canada holding that Competition Bureau officers are immune from being forced to testify on discovery in private actions under the Competition Act (see article), the Bureau has issued a statement of its position on "Requests for information from private parties in proceedings under section 36 of the Competition Act".
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