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By Jason Annibale, Nicole Rozario
This article is an update to our December 2017 article, where some of the most significant substantive changes to the Construction Lien Act (the "CLA") are considered.
By Paul Davis, Allison Marks, Leila Rafi, Katherine Reilly, Sandra Zhao
Today marks the first anniversary of the start of what was likely the most acrimonious proxy fight in Canada in 2017.
By James Musgrove, Dr. A. Neil Campbell, John Clifford, Joshua Chad
The 2018 increases to the merger thresholds under Canada's Competition Act and Investment Canada Act have been announced.
By Geoff Moysa, Lauren Ray
When should one ought to know that their tip is from an insider? In Finkelstein v. Ontario Securities Commission ("Finkelstein") ...
By Adam Chisholm, George Waggott
A new statutory cause of action has been added to Ontario's securities legislation, meaning that reprisal claims by whistleblowers may now be filed in court or through arbitration.
By Peter Wells, C.S., Pablo Tseng, Christie Bates
At issue was whether this evidence was sufficient to establish use of the Mark in Cosmetic Warrior's normal course of trade.
By Mary Flynn-Guglietti
On May 30, 2017 the Minister of Municipal Affairs, Bill Mauro and the Attorney General, Yasir Naqvi, introduced Bill 139, the Building Better Communities and Conserving Watersheds Act ...
By W. Brad Hanna, FCIArb., Lauren Ray
Prior to the lower court decision in Raibex Canada, it was a relatively common practice for franchisors to sell a franchise before determining its specific location.
By Pablo Tseng
The economic crisis in 2008 undoubtedly had a negative effect on business innovation and research and development at a global scale.
By Christie Bates
Having concluded copyright had been infringed, the court turned to the attribution of liability amongst the defendants.
By Christie Bates
The Lainco case, which awarded nearly $750,000 for the infringement of copyright in an architectural work, is a warning to those involved in architectural design, engineering, and the construction fields ...
By Dr. A. Neil Campbell, Jonathan O'Hara, Bob Bell
On January 23, 2018, the Canadian government announced it will sign the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership ("CPTPP"), also referred to as "TPP-11".
By George Waggott, Robert Wisner
On some occasions, where complaints were registered by NGOs, the responding company declined to participate, essentially without consequence.
By Karl Gustafson, QC, Ryan Black
Winning a procurement bid often means gaining an important deal or a critical new relationship.
By Dave McKechnie, Stefanie Di Francesco, Anthony Pallotta (Articling Student)
The Ontario Immigration Act, 2015 (the "Act") and its regulations came into force on January 1, 2018.
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