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By Chantal Saunders, Beverley Moore, Adrian J. Howard, Jillian Brenner
The Court granted Gemstone's application to expunge four copyright registrations and to amend one copyright registration to replace "Gemstone Travel Management Systems" with....
By Bradley Freedman, Katherine McNeill
On July 1, 2017, contraventions of Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation (commonly known as "CASL") will be subject to enforcement through private litigation, including class proceedings.
By Michael Marion
Earlier this month the National Energy Board (NEB) released a report on Canada's renewable power called Canada's Adoption of Renewable Power Sources – Energy Market Analysis.
By Alannah Fotheringham
While CASL's private right of action is in addition to the CRTC's regulatory enforcement powers, certain rules apply to limit overlap between these proceedings and claims for statutory damages.
By Marion Unrau
In Royal Bank of Canada v. Modo, the co-defendant, Rejert Modo entered into a Fixed Rate Conditional Sales Contract with the plaintiff, Royal Bank of Canada ("RBC")...
By Kristen Withers
This case means that foreign judgment creditors must act quickly to seek enforcement of judgments in Ontario.
By Robin Squires
This case involved an insurance claim that was denied based on an alleged misrepresentation in its application for insurance coverage related to the Uniform Conditions of Carriage and the existence of a "standard" Bill of Lading.
By Kent Kufeldt, Louise Lee, Gordon Raman
In the context of a merger, plan of arrangement, significant acquisition or disposition, or a takeover bid, the board of directors of a corporation (the "Board") must take control of the process...
By Fred Pletcher, Jason Saltzman
Before a potential buyer is willing to make an offer, even a non-binding offer, to acquire a company, the buyer will often want to have an opportunity to complete at least preliminary due diligence...
By Paul Mingay
Buying and selling is a basic human activity that has been going on for thousands of years. Mergers and acquisitions – M&A – involves buying and selling at a highly sophisticated and complex level...
By Christel Higgs, Piper Morley, Isaac Tang
​On May 16, 2017, the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and the Ministry of Attorney General announced legislation that is intended to introduce sweeping changes to the land use planning system...
By Laura Day, George Wray
A recent decision by the Ontario Court of Appeal has underscored the "reasonableness" standard set by the Municipal Act, 2001, S.O. 2001, c. 25, in assessing a road authority's winter...
By Kent Kufeldt, Louise Lee, Gordon Raman
Borden Ladner Gervais S.E.N.C.R.L., S.R.L. a le plaisir de publier Obligations du conseil ou du comité spécial, troisième article de la série Fusions et acquisitions : assises, cosigné par Kent Kufeldt, Louise Lee et Gordon Raman
By Graham Splawski
The Quebec Court of Appeal has found the Canadian government's second attempt at creating a national capital markets regulator to be unconstitutional in its decision in...
By Kent Kufeldt, Louise Lee, Gordon Raman
This resource will feature a series of articles that provide an in-depth look into different aspects of M&A transactions from start to finish, such as confidentiality agreements, negotiating deal protections and advising special committees. While the emphasis is on deals involving public companies, BLG's M&A Building Blocks is also applicable to private M&A.
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