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By Gary Scales
In the not-so-distant past, Canadian enforcement of its anti-corruption and anti-bribery legal regime has been relatively laid-back.
By Tim McLaughlin
If the contract requires written notice, then give written notice.
By Hugh Wright
After years of low interest rates, and correspondingly high solvency liabilities, there's growing recognition that the solvency funding model is broken.
By Carolle Fernando
On July 18, 2017, Canada's Minister of Finance released proposed changes to the Income Tax Act (Canada) that, if implemented, will mark one of the most significant reforms to Canada's tax system for business income in decades –
By Ryan Baxter, Leah Kutcher
Here are five ways in which employers can support gender diversity in the workplace.
By Harvey Morrison QC, Sara Mahaney
All stakeholders in any major project development already know that adequate consultation before – rather than after – a project is approved is better for everyone than after-the-fact litigation.
By Daniel Watt, David Wallace
Atlantic Canada's fish and seafood industry is a significant contributor to the regional and national economy, and a strong player in key growth areas.
By Donna MacEwen
On July 12, 2017, the Federal Court of Canada made it clear that there are but two ways to avoid a tariff set by the Copyright Board of Canada Board under Canada's Copyright Act:
By Melanie Comstock, Sheila Strong
Insurers facing cost of care claims should also consider the possible upsides to medical cannabis if not now, then down the road.
By Brian Awad
A corporation does not always sail in calm or safe waters. Cash shortages, unattainable or unmet goals, Board disagreements over the best course of action, ...
By Jack Graham, Lana Rafuse
More employees are seeking flexible work arrangements as a new way of working to better juggle their family and personal responsibilities.
By Kaitlyn Angus, Morganne Foley
When growing your business, you face many decisions, including choosing the business structure that is right for you.
By Richard Scott, Carole Chan
On June 29, 2017, the N.B. Integrity Commissioner extended the registration deadline for consultants already lobbying and in-house lobbyists already employed by an organization ...
By David Fraser
On June 28, 2017, the Supreme Court of Canada confirmed a Canadian court can issue an interlocutory injunction (an order requiring an entity or person to stop doing something pending a trial)...
By David Fraser
On June 23, 2017, the Supreme Court of Canada decided that in a contest between the choice of forum clause in Facebook's online terms of use and the B.C. Privacy Act's requirement that...
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