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By Wendy Sun
Securities market data provides trading-related information for publicly listed securities and allows market participants to make informed investment decisions.
By W. Michael G. Osborne
Michael Osborne's original article Competition Act remedies not for the faint of heart was published in the October issue of the Canadian Bar Association's magazine, The National.
By Meredith Hayward
Ontario remains an arbitration-friendly jurisdiction, the Ontario Court of Appeal has confirmed in its recent decision in Haas v. Gunasekaram
By Fiona Campbell
Construction Benvas Inc. was paid $25,000 by the winning bidder, CIV-BEC Inc., for unlawfully agreeing not to submit a bid for the infrastructure repair project on Courville St.
By W. Michael G. Osborne
Superior Court judges can sit outside their home provinces, the Supreme Court held today. This decision will facilitate the management of national class actions and other inter-provincial litigation in Canada.
By W. Michael G. Osborne
Used car listing website operator CarGurus Inc.'s attempt to force rival Trader Corporation to supply it with vehicle listing data has encountered a dead end as the Competition Tribunal denied it leave to commence a private application under several provisions of the Competition Act.
By Wendy Sun
The Bureau claimed that VAA has repeatedly refused to permit anyone to provide in-flight catering service at the Vancouver International Airport, other than the two existing firms...
By David N. Vaillancourt
The insurers denied coverage based on the faulty workmanship exclusion: they argued cost of replacing the windows was the cost of making good faulty workmanship.
By Wendy Sun
The Competition Bureau has released a template for merger consent agreements, with the intention of providing more transparency and predictability to businesses engaged in the merger review process.
By Daphne Hooper
The use of disclaimers in advertising raises unique competition law issues.
By W. Michael G. Osborne
Michael Osborne, partner at Affleck Greene McMurtry LLP, was quoted in a recent Law Times article regarding a recent Divisional Court decision to grant leave to umbrella purchaser claims that could lead to an increase in these types of claims.
By W. Michael G. Osborne
Kellogg's has agreed to pay $60,000 and undertook to ensure that it, and its third party email marketers, comply with Canada's Anti-Spam Law (CASL).
By Michael Binetti
Telephone and Internet provider Comwave Networks Inc. of Toronto has agreed to pay an administrative penalty of $300,000 for false or misleading representations.
By Michael Binetti
In the case of 3716724 Canada Inc. v. Carleton Condominium Corporation No. 375, the Ontario Court of Appeal held that decisions of boards of non-profit condominium corporations are owed the same deference as are those of for-profit corporations, relying on the "business judgment rule."
By Christophe CinqMars-Viau, Summer Student
The Competition Bureau recently decided not to recommend charges against an autoparts maker who rigged bids, because the cars containing their parts were mostly sold in the US.
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