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By Josiah Edwards Davis
The Federal Court of Appeal's ruling in Vine Estate v. Canada reminds taxpayers of the importance of filing their original tax return correctly and applying the appropriate degree of care in the process.
By John Sorensen
In Referred Realty Inc. (2018 FC 59), the Canada Revenue Agency's ("CRA") misguided approach to T2 re-appropriation was rejected by the Federal Court — for the third time in recent memory.
By Leila Burden Nixon, Olivia Lifman
The New Rules place restrictions on the entering into of direct agreements related to those products.
By Connie Cliff, Jonathan Chamberlain
The Government's press release states it has "acted on" all but one of the Taylor Report recommendations and all but one of the House Select Committee's recommendations.
By Denis Kolesnikov
On December 28, 2017, President Putin signed the Law on Amendments to the Law on Circulation of Medicines.
By Clark Sargent
In Kason Kek-Gardner Ltd v Process Components Limited, the Court of Appeal has once more reverted to basic principles when interpreting a contract and considering the need for implied terms.
By Edward Betts
The Attorney General, Yasir Naqvi, announced that the balance of Bill 142, the Construction Lien Act Amendment Act, 2017 (Ontario), which received Royal Assent on December 12, 2017 ...
By Matthew Harvey
The Court of Appeal has decided that a company was not in breach of a warranty which stated that it was not restricted from disposing of an invoice, despite a 'no assignments' clause being contained in the underlying agreement.
By David Barron, Ailsa Carter
'Brexit' poses considerable challenges for intellectual property law and presents uncertainty as to the involvement of the UK, following its exit from the EU, in existing and proposed international regimes involving EU law.
By Danica Doucette-Preville, Glen Jennings, Matthew Doak
While there was no significant activity in the area of foreign corruption, 2017 saw a number of notable competition and securities law decisions and enforcement proceedings...
By Matthew Doak
With a pair of newly introduced tools to encourage corporate social responsibility, the federal government is seeking to expand its reach when it comes to controlling the way Canadian businesses operate abroad.
By Kate Swaine, George Sevier
A summary of the legal position and practical mitigation steps for EU trade mark and Community design right holders.
By Kate Swaine, Ailsa Carter
EUIPO have together published a 'Notice to Stakeholders' and supporting 'Q&A' on the withdrawal of the UK from the EU rules for trade marks and Community designs.
By Samantha Holland, Andrew Smith, Christopher Richards
In its recent judgment in Teoco UK Limited v Aircom Jersey 4 Ltd and another, the Court of Appeal considered the steps the claimant needed to take to provide a valid notification of claim under the warranties in a share purchase agreement.
By Connie Cliff, Jonathan Chamberlain
What is on your agenda for the coming year? 2018 will be another year dominated by Brexit's large shadow. Nevertheless, the fast pace of employment law developments is showing no signs of slowing down.
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