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By Jacqueline Heng
Two of the most pressing issues currently facing our planet are rising carbon emissions and increasing global food demand
By Chris Hilbert
On July 18, 2019, Governor Anthony Cuomo signed New York State's ambitious Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act (the Act) into law.
By Cara Dowling, Elisa De Wit
The recent Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Report on the Impacts of Global Warming warned that the world is already seeing the consequences of global warming of 1°C
By Cara Dowling, Elisa De Wit, Christian Dargham
As scientific consensus over the evidence of climate change and humanity's causal impact continues to mount, the scrutiny of state and corporate action, or inaction, as contributors to climate risk
By Kathy L. Krug
The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) is antipcipated to replace the North America Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) on January 1, 2020.
By Sean Williamson
Many investors, particularly institutional investors, have become increasingly focused on insufficient disclosure on climate change-related risks.
By Colin Hyslop, Christopher Guerreiro, Brian R. Daley
In CanMar, the patentee contended that two elements of the claim at issue were non-essential.
By Rémi Weiss, Nader Hasan
The Ontario government is reportedly considering major changes to the province's retail cannabis framework.
By Bianca Pietracupa
A valid trademark registration is also a defence to a trademark infringement action.
By Linda Fuerst, Ted Brook
At the conclusion of a six day hearing, the Hearing Panel determined that Staff had succeeded in proving all of its allegations.
By Steven Leitl, Peter Choi
Some of the investors were unsophisticated congregants investing for retirement.
By Brian R. Daley, Christopher Guerreiro, Colin Hyslop
The court held that foreign prosecution history is admissible in extraordinary circumstances under this provision.
By Stéphane Erickson, Robert Monti
In other words, if an employee has three consecutive voting hours that fall outside of working hours, an employer does not have to provide time off to vote.
By Simone Nash
Industry experts believe that this trend, namely of ethical brands driving M&A, is much broader than the food and beverage space.
By Julie Himo, Robert L. Percival, John Cassell, Alexis Kerr
On September 23, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC) announced, following consultation with stakeholders, that it will maintain the position set out in its 2009 guidelines.
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