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By WeirFoulds LLP
In December 2016, new record keeping obligations were imposed by way of amendments to the Ontario Business Corporations Act (the "OBCA"); the Ontario Corporations Act (the "CA"); and the Ontario Not-for-Profit Corporations Act, 2010.
By Krista Chaytor
The Limitations Act, 2002 ("Act") has been in force since January 1, 2004. However, section 15 of the Act, which establishes an ultimate limitation period of fifteen years, has not yet had any practical impact.
By Lori Duffy, Kate Stephens
The holiday season is a time to reconnect with family and friends and reflect on the year that has passed. It is also a time of year that many people make charitable giving a priority.
By John Buhlman
Contracts often contain both mandatory arbitration clauses and jurisdictional clauses that specify which courts have jurisdiction.
By Marie-Pier Nadeau
On October 19, 2018, the Supreme Court of Canada released its decision in 3091 5177 Québec inc. (Éconolodge Aéroport) v. Lombard General Insurance Co. of Canada, 2018 SCC 43.
By Barnet Kussner
On November 15, 2018, the Supreme Court of Canada dismissed applications for leave to appeal from a decision of a three-judge panel of the Ontario Court of Appeal concerning the rights...
By Kelsey Gordon
Third-party funding of litigation is a relatively new phenomenon in Canada.
By Daniel Wong, Megan Mah
On October 23, 2018, the Ontario government introduced Bill 47, entitled Making Ontario Open for Business Act, which would repeal various sections of the Fair Workplaces ...
By Hayley Peglar
Toronto-based cosmetics company Deciem Beauty Group Inc. has been in the headlines following two recent decisions of the Commercial List, in which the Ontario Superior Court of Justice granted extensive urgent injunctive relief ...
By John Wilkinson, Ada C. Keon
On November 1st, 2018 new mandatory breach notification and record-keeping requirements under the PIPEDA and the Breach of Security Safeguards Regulations will come into force.
By Les O'Connor
On October 10th, 2018 the Ontario Court of Appeal released its decision dismissing the appeal in the case of National Money Mart Company v 24 Gold Group Ltd., 2018 ONCA 812 (hereafter, Money Mart v. 24 Gold).
By Adrian Howard
Since the Supreme Court's landmark decision in Bhasin v Hrynew1 confirmed the existence of a general duty to perform contracts in good faith.
By Richard C. Dusome
Not surprisingly, borrowers often view certain terms in loan and credit agreements as harsh, over-reaching or unusually generous for the lender.
By Vickie Wong
In a decision that raised concerns for lenders earlier this year, the Superior Court of Justice held, in Solar Power Network Inc. v. ClearFlow Energy Finance Corp.
By Richard C. Dusome
Q: Do I need an opinion from borrower's counsel on an amendment to an existing credit agreement?
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