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By Peter Kryworuk
In recent years the Supreme Court of Canada appears to have taken a renewed interest in commercial and contract law cases.
By David G. Waites
A Testator had a signed Will that they kept in their safety deposit box. After the Testator died, the signed Will could not be located in the safety deposit box, or at all.
By Andrew Murray
Top 5 Civil Appeals From The Court Of Appeal
By Matthew Wilson
Under corporate law, directors have a duty to act honestly and in good faith in the best interests of the corporation for which they are directors.
By David Lyons
On December 10, 2016, Bill 144, the Budget Measures Act, 2015, came into force. This Bill enacted several new statutes, including the Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015 and the Escheats Act, 2015.
By Jacob Damstra
In the previous two parts to this series, I considered "A (Nearly) New Approach" to interventions and "Interventions in the ‘Public Interest" at the Federal Court and Federal Court of Appeal.
By Jacob Damstra
In a recent article, Part One of this series, I described the "(Nearly) New Approach" to interventions in Federal Court and Federal Court of Appeal proceedings.
By Jacob Damstra
Earlier this year, the Federal Court of Appeal clarified, confirmed, and settled the law applicable to interventions in Federal Court and Federal Court of Appeal proceedings...
By Jordan McKie
After separation, married people are obligated to account to one another for their respective increases in net worth from the date of marriage to the date of final separation, known as the valuation date.
By Kevin Ross, Rebecca Case
So begins the discussion and analysis of whether a lawyer may act as counsel of record in both a class action and an individual action dealing with the same causes of action...
By Rebecca Case, Angus T. McKinnon
Changes to the Québec Code of Civil Procedure came into effect on January 1, 2016. Amongst these changes is the introduction of Article 577.
By Jacob Damstra
Section 504 of the Criminal Code, R.S.C., 1985, c. C-46. Chances are you've never heard of it. The section is rarely invoked; a number of obstacles stand in the way of its successful application.
By Angus T. McKinnon, Rebecca Case
In concurrent decisions released today in Endean v. British Columbia and Parsons v. Ontario, indexed as Endean v British Columbia, 2016 SCC 42, the Supreme Court of Canada resolved under what authority and conditions a provincial Superior Court judge can maintain jurisdiction ..
By Laura Emmett, Danielle Gauvreau
Since 1990, Ontarians have had access to extensive Statutory Accident Benefits payable by their own motor vehicle insurers following a motor vehicle accident, regardless of fault.
By Jason Squire, Rebecca Case
A carriage motion is meant to determine which one of a number of competing proposed class proceedings may proceed in a province.
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