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By George Waggott
With the proliferation of contractors in the modern economy, the number of debates about employee status - is this an employee or a contractor? - continues to increase.
By Paul Boshyk, Alexis Lemajic, Student-at-Law
A recent decision of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice is bucking the summary judgment trend in wrongful dismissal cases.
By Guy Pinsonnault, Pierre-Christian Collins Hoffman
The Government of Canada has recently announced that it will be conducting a public consultation regarding the possibility of adopting DPA as a new way of addressing corporate criminal liability in Canada.
By Robert Scavone, Julie Han, Maria Sagan
Bill 154 passed second reading on October 3 and has been referred to the Standing Committee on Justice Policy, which will hold public hearings in Toronto on October 19.
By Jason A. Chertin, Laura Fraser
The Report evaluates whether the regulatory processes of the MFDA are operating effectively and identifies areas which require corrective action.
By Dharam Dhillon, Damon Chisholm
Prior to Bill 40, a winding-up resolution could only be passed by a unanimous vote.
By Cory Kent, Sasa Pudar
Cryptocurrency is a digital currency that utilizes cryptography for security, and is used as a medium of exchange between parties.
By W. Brad Hanna, FCIArb., Cara Zacks
Ontario's Arthur Wishart Act (Franchise Legislation), 2000 (the "Arthur Wishart Act") will most likely see some important changes in the coming months as a result of Bill 154, the Cutting Unnecessary...
By Allison Marks
On September 21, 2017, the BCSC announced improvements to its crowdfunding exemption rules that will allow BC issuers to access Alberta investors when launching crowdfunding campaigns.
By Christie Bates
Dubbed the winner of the US Chamber of Commerce most ridiculous lawsuit of 2015 award, Naruto, et al. v David John Slater examined whether a monkey could have copyright in its selfie.
By Jonathan C.G. Bright, Michael Burns, Michael Friedman, Jamie Wilks
In its continuing effort to "close the loopholes" in the Canadian tax system, the Canadian federal government has now taken direct aim at the investment management industry.
By Dharam Dhillon, Damon Chisholm
On July 25, 2017, the BC Supreme Court (the "Court") released a decision addressing the extent of a developer's disclosure obligations to prospective purchasers under the Real Estate Development Marketing Act ("REDMA").
By James Musgrove, Joshua Chad
As we foreshadowed in our brief on the Investment Canada Act 2016-17 annual report as well as in our March 2015 bulletin announcing significant changes to the ICA, the Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement, ...
By James Musgrove, Joshua Chad
The 2016-2017 annual report on the administration of the Investment Canada Act (the "Annual Report") was published on August 31, 2017.
By Jason A. Chertin, Laura Fraser, Joshua Freedman
On July 27, 2017, the CSA published final amendments to National Instrument 31-103 Registration Requirements, Exemptions and Ongoing Registrant Obligations and National Instrument 33-109 Registration...
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