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By Marie-Ève Dufort
On December 6, 2017, in Syndicat Lofts Wilson v. 1061 St-Alexandre, the Honourable Élise Poisson of the Superior Court of Québec handed down a ruling on the duty of insurer ...
By Prévost Fortin D'Aoust Attorneys
On January 12, 2018, the Court of Appeal of Québec handed down an important ruling on the claim process set out in construction contracts (Cegerco inc. c. Les Équipements JVC inc., 2018 QCCA 28).
By Audrey Chevrette
On March 3, 2012, two experienced emergency medical technicians (EMTs) responded to a call at Cadillac métro station, where an individual was threatening to commit suicide.
By Josée Tourangeau
In the recent decision in Riches, McKenzie & Herbert LLP v. Cosmetic Warriors Limited, the Federal Court expunged the LUSH registration for t-shirts despite the fact that the owner of the trademark was able to provide evidence of sales of LUSH-branded apparel.
By Josée Tourangeau, Marco Lagacé, Marc-André Nadon
"The Internet has no borders - its natural habitat is global." Those are the words of the Supreme Court of Canada in Google Inc. v. Equustek Solutions Inc., 2017 SCC 34 (Equustek decision).
By Genevieve Forget
In our practice, we are often asked about the scope of a clause included in most damage insurance policies.
By Prévost Fortin D'Aoust Attorneys
On November 7, 2016, the Court of Appeal delivered a judgment that establishes the limits of jurisdiction of cities in the creation of conservation areas...
By Marie-Ève Dufort, Eloïse Pion
Certain couples after spending years trying unsuccessfully to have a child, will eventually have recourse to a surrogate—often a friend—to help them fulfill their dream.
By Marie-Sophie Marceau
On September 12, the Court of Appeal of Québec handed down an important decision on the liability of an investment advisor in the context of a financial crisis.
By Yvan Biron
Only a short distance from Québec's urban centres lies land claimed by Indigenous nations.
By François Alexandre Guay
Adopted on December 1, 2015, and put forward by Tourism Minister Dominique Vien, Bill 67 (hereinafter "Bill") was drafted in response to the demand for change by tourism accommodation stakeholders.
By Annie-Claude Ménard, François Alexandre Guay
Les partisans de la Loi concernant les soins de fin de vie du Québec ne pouvaient que se réjouir de cette décision.
By Marc-André Nadon
In this case, F2Z applied to register the trademark FILOSOFIA & DESSIN in association with board games and board game publishing and sales services.
By Marc-André Nadon
Freedom of expression and the right to one's reputation are guaranteed under the Canadian and Québec charters of rights.