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By Chantal Saunders, Beverley Moore, Adrian J. Howard, Jillian Brenner
The Court granted Janssen's application prohibiting the Minister of Health from issuing an NOC to Actavis for its generic version of Concerta.
By Chantal Saunders, Beverley Moore, Adrian J. Howard, Jillian Brenner
The Court granted Janssen's application prohibiting the Minister of Health from issuing an NOC to Actavis for its generic version of Concerta.
By Sandra LeBrun, Kirk Boyd
In February 2016, the Superior Court of Justice dismissed a plaintiff's motion to set aside a registrar's dismissal order. That decision was recently upheld by the Ontario Court of Appeal in Jadid v. Toronto Transit Commission, 2016 ONCA 936.
By Joseph DiPonio
In Koh v Ellipsiz Communications Ltd,1 the Ontario Superior Court of Justice ("OSCJ") denied an application for a declaration brought by Tat Lee Koh ("Koh"), the largest shareholder of Ellipsiz Communications Ltd. ("ECL") holding approximately 42% of the outstanding shares, claiming that he validly requisitioned a shareholders meeting.
By Nils Goeteyn, Robin Squires
Right before the holidays, on December 24, 2016, the Government of Canada gave notice under Part 1 of the Canada Gazette of new proposed regulations dealing with compulsory insurance of passenger vessels...
By Patrick Plante, Michael Saliken, Steven Bodi (Articling Student), Colin Poon
On December 15, 2016, the Government of Alberta ("Government") released guidelines providing details of the AITC program created under the Investing in a Diversified Alberta Economy Act (the "Act").
By Joseph DiPonio
In Koh v Ellipsiz Communications Ltd,1 the Ontario Superior Court of Justice ("OSCJ") denied an application for a declaration brought by Tat Lee Koh ("Koh"), the largest shareholder...
By Joseph DiPonio
In Lash v Lash Point Association Corp, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice used its broad remedial authority under the CNCA to craft a buyout remedy for certain members of LPAC...
By Bradley Freedman
Cyber risk management is important for organizations of all kinds and sizes. Small and medium size enterprises are increasingly being targeted by cyber criminals.
By Douglas Smith, Jonathan Chen
In February 2015, the Superior Court of Justice awarded substantial damages against the Durham Regional Police Services Board ("Police") for releasing the identity of an alleged confidential informant.
By Rebecca Cowdery
The start of every new year brings with it the excitement of new beginnings and the prospect of new challenges. 2017 is no exception — at least on the Canadian securities regulatory front, with hotly anticipated significant new developments and regulatory deadlines.
By Andrew Harrison
We are pleased to release our annual thought leadership report, forecasting its top 10 legal risks for business in 2017.
By James Sidlofsky, John Vellone, Jessica-Ann Buchta
These consultations will give consideration to virtual net metering programs, including single-entity virtual net metering and multi-entity virtual net metering, and third-party ownership.
By S. Margot Blight
The Ontario Court of Appeal has recently determined that in a unionized workplace, a dispute about whether the employer has complied with its obligations under the Employment Insurance Premium...
By Naomi Calla
The top employment cases of 2016 are a mixed bunch that provide some important reminders of key employment law principles.
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