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By Wendy Sun
A ventilation systems installation company, 9201-2640 Québec Inc., pleaded guilty to bid-rigging and was fined $140,000 by the Quebec Superior Court.
By W. Michael G. Osborne, Michael Binetti
July 1, 2017, is not just Canada's 150th birthday. It is also the day when important changes to Canada's anti-spam law ("CASL") come into force.
By Kenneth Dekker
On June 8, 2017, the Supreme Court of Canada denied leave to appeal from a decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal in Excalibur Special Opportunities LP v. Schwartz Levitsky Feldman LLP ...
By Masiel Matus
The Supreme Court of Canada in Mennillo v. Intramodal Inc. held that a small, closely held corporation's failure to comply with some of the requirements under the CBCA ...
By Wendy Sun
McKesson's other proposed acquisition of Uniprix will also be reviewed by the Bureau.
By Wendy Sun
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....
By Masiel Matus
A dry cleaning business was ordered to pay over $1.6 million in damages to remediate a neighbour's property for environmental contamination.
By Wendy Sun
Thompson Hill Publishing, a telemarketing company based in Montreal, pleaded guilty to making false or misleading representations and engaging in deceptive telemarketing.
By Wendy Sun, Peter Greene
In its recently published Budget for 2017, the Ontario Government is proposing to allow SROs, such as the MFDA and the IIROC to file their disciplinary decisions with the court ...
By Daphne Hooper
Japanese auto parts manufacturer Mitsubishi Electric has been fined $13.4 million after pleading guilty to participating in illegal agreements with industry competitors ...
By Christopher J. Somerville
For decades, Ontario lawyers suing to collect their accounts have sometimes faced an obscure but potentially devastating obstacle: the Solicitors Act (Ontario).
By W. Michael G. Osborne
VW recently employed a quick settlement strategy to deal with the fallout from its admission, in September 2015, that it had installed software to cheat on emissions tests on 11 million diesel powered VW and Audi vehicles.
By Annie Tayyab
The Competition Bureau recently confirmed that it has issued a No Action Letter in the proposed acquisition of Canexus Corporation by Chemtrade Logistics Income Fund.
By W. Michael G. Osborne
The pre‑merger notification threshold relating to transaction‑size will be $88 million in 2017, up from $87 million last year, the Competition Bureau announced recently.
By Wendy Sun
The Competition Bureau wants to make sure that mattress buyers get a good night's sleep knowing that they actually saved money instead of receiving a fake discount.
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