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By Naveen Hassan, Neva Lyn-Kew
On October 2, 2019, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice released its latest decision in the litigation surrounding the Motherisk Drug Testing Laboratory (MDTL).
By Carol Derk, Sarah Gardiner, Sienne Lau
While the staff of the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) has expressed that the exchange-traded fund (ETF) industry in Canada is doing a good job of regulating itself.
By Jason Mueller-Neuhaus, Gail Silver, David Nauman
Significant changes to Canada's patent legislation will come into force on October 30, 2019.
By Wendy Whelan, Victoria Cistrone
On July 1, 2019, Ontario's Missing Persons Act came into force.
By Denes Rothschild, Danielle Ridout
Recent enforcement efforts by the Competition Bureau reflect an increased push against misleading advertising in the digital economy.
By George Wray, Lucas Kilravey
The safe and efficient operation of connected and autonomous vehicles ("CAVs") depends on CAVs communicating with various systems and actors.
By Alessandro Cotugno, Joseph Takhmizdjian
Revenu Québec refused certain business expenses claimed by the defendant (the Taxpayer) for the 2005 to 2010 taxation years, as well as for 2012.
By Kara Takagi, Stéphanie Murray
Significant amendments to the Ontario Construction Act (formerly the Construction Lien Act) have come into force in 2018 and 2019. These changes have important ramifications for commercial leasing.
By Joelle Kabouchi, Grace Pereira
The Internal Revenue Service has issued revised Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act guidance on the requirement for foreign financial institutions in Model 1 jurisdictions to provide a U.S. tax identification number.
By James Douglas, David Di Paolo, Julie Mansi, Caitlin Sainsbury, Maureen Doherty, Lance Spitzig
​On October 10, 2019, the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC) released Notice 19-0177 which outlined that certain limitation ...
By William Woodhead, Alan Ross
​On Thursday, October 24, Premier Jason Kenney delivered his first budget entitled "A Plan for Jobs and Economy" which includes the government's ...
By Andrew Pozzobon
The workers' compensation scheme is designed to provide no-fault compensation to injured workers.
By Maureen Doherty
Ahead of the MFDA's Seniors Summit scheduled for October 30, 2019, the MFDA released a brief bulletin of two dealer best practices:...
By Neva Lyn-Kew
A recent decision by the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario (HRTO or Tribunal) confirms that while educators have a duty to accommodate special-needs students for the provision of meaningful access to education.
By John Hunter
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice had an opportunity to consider the principles to be applied when asking for dismissal of a proposed class action on consent.
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