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By Jonathan Wigley
Deciding not to advance any more money and shifting a debtor's account into the euphemistic and scary world of the bank's "Special Credit" department isn't a breach of a bank's credit arrangements.
By Clifford Goldfarb, James Parks, Pamela Liang
On November 14, 2017, Bill 154, Cutting Unnecessary Red Tape Act, 2017 ("Act"), received Royal Assent.
By Lindsay Ann Histrop
The use of multiple wills in estate planning is not a new concept.
By Kenneth Jull
The Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act, S.C. 1998, c. 34 (CFPOA) has been in force since 1999. In June of 2011, the CFPOA streaked across the radar screens of compliance officers....
By James Cook
How much is your physical image worth if it is used in an advertisement without your permission? A recent decision of the Ontario Superior of Justice (Ottawa Small Claims Court) ...
By Gardiner Roberts LLP
Bring Me Your Disputes And I Will Set You Free
By Lorne Saltman
Proposals to limit claims for the lifetime capital gains exemption
By Stephen Thiele
The modern era has given those seeking love and romance more tools to find the right partner. Online dating sites are thriving with people hoping to find their perfect "match".
By Alexander Melfi
When the employee of a large corporation defrauds their employer through a fraudulent cheque scheme, should the banks which paid out on the cheques be liable to the defrauded employer for conversion?
By William Lambert
Are out of hospital private clinics truly the black sheep of the Canadian health care family, or is it more a case of moms always liking their publicly funded hospital counterparts best?
By Peter Moffatt
Business corporations statutes in most Canadian jurisdictions allow the shareholders of a corporation to restrict, in whole or in part, the powers of the directors of the Corporation to manage, or supervise the management of, the business and affairs of the corporation.
By Peter Moffatt
Business corporations statutes in most Canadian jurisdictions allow the shareholders of a corporation to restrict, in whole or in part, the powers of the directors of the Corporation to manage...
By Stephen Thiele
In the complex world of international business, many companies and investors often venture outside of their countries of residence or domicile with the hope of developing new and successful business projects...
By Lorne Saltman
On October 5, 2015, the OECD released fifteen Final Reports on its project entitled, Base Erosion and Profit Shifting ("BEPS")...
By Kathleen Skerrett
One of the things I have enjoyed most about practising law is the wonderful and unusual fact situations that can arise.
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