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By Paul-Erik Veel
March 2019 has been a busy month for the Competition Bureau. On March 7, the Bureau released its updated Abuse of Dominance Enforcement Guidelines. Then, on March 13
By Andrew Parley
In Bisquip Leasing Corporation v Coco Paving Inc, Bisquip Leasing Corporation ["Bishop"] brought a motion for summary judgment against Coco Paving Inc.
By Brian Kolenda
Parties to class action settlements often settle, at least in part, to avoid the ordinary uncertainty of litigation.
By Anne Posno
In R v Jarvis, the Supreme Court of Canada ("Court") convicted a high school teacher of voyeurism under section 162(1)(c) of the Criminal Code.
By Chris Kinnear Hunter
A recent decision of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice affirms the preference of Ontario courts for enforcing arbitration provisions between parties to commercial agreements.
By Scott Rollwagen, Matthew B. Lerner
The Supreme Court of Canada today released its long-awaited decision in Orphan Well Association v Grant Thornton Ltd.
By Paul-Erik Veel
On December 28, 2018, the Ontario Court of Appeal released its decision in the case of Das v George Weston Limited.
By Matthew B. Lerner, Scott Rollwagen
A five-judge panel of the Court of Appeal for Ontario has upset the long-standing conventional wisdom among bankruptcy and insolvency practitioners ...
By Christopher Yung
In September 2018, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC") charged Elon Musk, the former Chairman of Tesla, Inc., with securities fraud.
By Paul-Erik Veel
Heller v Uber Technologies Inc highlights the tension between two competing adjudicative mechanisms
By Lars Brusven
The recent Toronto municipal election produced no shortage of last-minute court challenges and legal drama.
By Nina Bombier, Zachary Rosen
Last Friday, the Supreme Court of Canada released its long-awaited decision in the case of Moore v Sweet, and settled a troubling issue in the trusts and estates world: the case of the disappointed...
By Danielle Glatt
In Lavender v Miller Bernstein LLP ("Lavender"), the Ontario Court of Appeal overturned an order granting summary judgment to a class of investors ...
By Paul-Erik Veel
Product liability cases are routinely certified as class proceedings. Indeed, allegations that a product was negligently manufactured,
By Colin Johnston, Patrick A. Wright
Horri reaffirms the importance of consistency and justification in professional regulation.