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By Ian Chapman-Curry
Winding up an occupational pension scheme means that the scheme will come to an end, the trustees will collect in the scheme's assets and distribute them for the benefit of the scheme's beneficiaries.
By Ashley Pigott, Clark Sargent
Two recent cases highlight the danger of failing to ensure that all the blanks are completed prior to execution of a contract or to perform a specified contractual procedure set out in it.
By Georgi Paskalev (Articling Student), Benoit Yelle
The understanding and management of trade secrets have become increasingly important in recent years due to the competitiveness of modern businesses in the knowledge economy.
By Andrew Nugent Smith
At the end of July 2017, Lord Justice Jackson presented a report recommending, among other things...
By Ian Chapman-Curry
An extrinsic contract in relation to a pension scheme is an agreement between a member of the scheme and their employer that the member will receive benefits different to those set out in the scheme rules.
By Arthur Yap
On 21 April 2015, Warner-Lambert commenced an action against Novartis in Singapore for infringement of its Patent.
By Samantha Holland
We recently reported on the first judgment handed down in relation to the Third Parties (Rights against Insurers) Act 2010 (the TP Act 2010).
By Ian Chapman-Curry
The duty of employers to act in good faith towards employees applies equally in relation to the way in which an employer exercises its powers under a pension scheme.
By Edward Betts
PPP infrastructure projects sit uncomfortably alongside provincial construction lien legislation, hopeful that parties do not look too closely at the technical definitions and procedures of statute and ...
By Marc Crandall (Articling Student)
On July 14, 2017, Health Canada released the Therapeutic Products Directorate Statistical Report 2016/2017 for the Patented Medicines (Notice of Compliance) Regulations and Data Protection.
By Belinda Bain
On June 22, 2017, new regulations (the "Insurance Regulations") under Saskatchewan's Insurance Act were filed with the Registrar of Regulations.
By Turon Miah, Ian Weatherall
The High Court has recently refused to imply into a loan agreement an obligation on the creditor to take particular steps in foreign proceedings that might preserve security.
By Ariane Lafond
On May 31st, 2017, the Supreme Court of British Columbia, in Yahey v. British Columbia, dismissed the application for an interlocutory injunction of the Blueberry River First Nations...
By Julie D’Auteuil, Angeline Therrien-Lapointe
On May 26, 2017, the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal ("Tribunal") released a new ruling regarding the implementation of Jordan's Principle by the Government of Canada.
By Stuart Young, Anurag (Ragi) Singh
It seems that electric vehicles (EVs) are finally coming of age as barriers to take up start to fall, costs decline, and range and performance improves.
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