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By Ziad Yehia
​In Elguindy v. St. Joseph's Health Care London,* Justice Morissette of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice was required to answer the following question on appeal: Did the deputy judge...
By Grace Pereira, Beverly Gilbert, C.A., Joelle Kabouchi, Craig Webster
The Department of Finance released a package of draft legislative proposals to the Excise Tax Act (Canada) that will impact members of the investment management industry that utilize limited partnership structures.
By Ewa Krajewska, Ziad Yehia, Christine Laviolette
The All Families Are Equal Act ("AFAEA"), which entered into force on January 1st, 2017, reflects the Government of Ontario's desire to implement a broad progressive agenda throughout provincial legislation...
By Victoria Prince
The Ontario government has introduced Bill 154, Cutting Unnecessary Red Tape Act, 2017 ("Bill 154"). It passed First Reading on September 14, 2017.
By André Royer, Laurie Robson, Alexandre Buswell, Dan Palayew, Robert Weir, Steve Winder
Providing an overview of Québec's provincial legislation and regulations, this publication canvasses all the major Labour and Employment legal issues in this jurisdiction...
By Chantal Saunders, Beverley Moore, Adrian J. Howard, Jillian Brenner
CarGurus unsuccessfully appealed a decision of the Competition Tribunal refusing their leave to bring an application relating to the restrictive trade practices of refusal to deal, price maintenance and exclusive dealing ...
By Graham Splawski
In "the latest sequel or prequel in what has turned out to be the case law equivalent of a horror-movie franchise", Justice Perell struck 11 of 14 statutory claims for secondary market misrepresentation...
By Robin Squires, Katherine Ayre
An aircraft accident involving a floatplane occurred during landing. The accident resulted in the death of the rear seat passenger and pilot.
By Bevan Brooksbank
In Lavender v. Miller Bernstein LLP, Justice Belobaba heard a motion by the representative plaintiff for summary judgment on several of the common issues certified in the class proceeding against the defendant auditor.
By Miles Pittman, Leanne Desbarats
In Talisman Energy Inc. v Questerre Energy Corporation, 2017 ABCA 218 the Alberta Court of Appeal considered the pay first, dispute later provisions common in oil and gas joint operating agreements.
By Paul Mingay, Jason Saltzman
Canada has an active and vibrant mergers and acquisitions market. Underpinning this robust area are the well-established and relatively straightforward legal processes and procedures governing mergers and acquisitions transactions.
By Éloïse Gratton, François Joli-Coeur
On June 15, 2015, Bill S-4, the Digital Privacy Act amended the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act ("PIPEDA").
By Marion Unrau
In Preiano v. Cirillo, the purchasers sued the vendors for specific performance of an Agreement of Purchase and Sale ("APS") regarding the vendors' home.
By Bradley Freedman
On August 15, 2017, the FTC announced that Uber agreed to settle an FTC complaint regarding Uber's alleged deceptive representations about its privacy and data security practices.
By Miles Pittman, Jessica Cameron, Robin Jawanda
Set-off is one of the most effective and powerful remedies available to a creditor, and operators under oil and gas operating agreements find it especially useful, in that the operator can set off revenues...
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