In this presentation, Marc Lemieux gives an overview of the
transition of B2B payments into the digital age.
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Join our partners Karen Martin and Ryan Chalmers at the Pacific Business & Law Institute’s program, where they will be presenting a session titled "Procurement: Compliance with AIT, NWPTA, TILMA, NAFTA, TPP, CETA and the Statutes." This forum assembles leading government advisors to provide insights on key issues in local government today.
The Ontario Divisional Court recently provided guidance with respect to excluding co-parties from each other's examination for discovery. In Lazar v TD General Insurance Company, the defendant sought to examine the plaintiffs (a married couple) individually, outside the presence of the other.
The Divisional Court included in its analysis a review of the theory of deferred indefeasibility and the competing interests of victims of mortgage fraud within the context of the Ontario Land Titles Act (LTA).
Canadian cannabis policy announcements over the past year have spurred investment in licensed cannabis producers and dealers ("Licensed Producers"), resulting in one of Canada's newest growth industries.
Factoring is the legal relationship between a financial institution and a business selling goods or providing services to a trade customer, pursuant to which the Factor purchases the accounts receivable owing to the Client by its Customer.
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