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By Christine Duguay, Miguel Manzano
On August 10, 2017, the Ontario Superior Court issued a decision that deals with the importance and enforceability of an estoppel certificate.
By Chantal Arsenault, Xavier Hamel
In view of the growing number of immigration applications in the world and the increasing intricacies of detecting identity fraud, countries are looking for ways to enhance their capacity to accurately determine people's identity.
By Jane Caskey, Alan Harvie
The climate risk landscape is constantly evolving and being reshaped by a number of factors including, globalization, political and economic events and heightened shareholder activism.
By Philippe Bélisle, Andréane Giguère
The passage of the Bill put an end to orphan clauses for pension plans and other employee benefits.
By Thomas Collopy, Colleen Abel
Say you are about to buy, sell, or invest in an Alberta oil and gas company. You are conducting your due diligence, negotiating the transaction documents, pursuing any necessary approvals and are looking forward to closing.
By Jillian Hyslop, Sara Zborovski, Kristin Wall
On June 13, 2018, the pan-Canadian Pharmaceutical Alliance (pCPA) released its draft Brand Process Guidelines (Guidelines) for stakeholder feedback.
By Sophie Melchers, Caroline Larouche
He had shared the privileged information with his parents who had themselves also traded.
By Peter Charbonneau
Shareholder activism has steadily been on the rise in Asia in the past 7 years, but is it here to stay? According to a recent report published by J.P. Morgan in May 2018, the numbers seem to support this proposition.
By Matthew Lau
On June 11, 2018, the Canadian Securities Administrators ("CSA") published Staff Notice 46-308 Securities Law Implications for Offerings of Tokens ("Notice").
By Linda Fuerst, Danny Urquhart
In the recent decision of Paniccia v MDC Partners Inc., Perell J. refused to grant leave to proceed with a putative secondary market securities class action under Part XXIII.1 of the Ontario Securities Act ...
By Charles-Antoine Péladeau
On June 8, 2018, the Supreme Court of Canada dismissed the appeal from a decision of the Court of Appeal of Quebec in an action instituted by Ville de Montréal against rioters who vandalized patrol cars ...
By Steven Leitl
On October 25, 2017, we wrote about the ASC's new Policy 15-601 which "explains the use of discretion by ASC staff when considering the appropriate enforcement action and assessing the appropriate sanction for misconduct."
By Denise Gan
Bill C-25 received Royal Assent on May 1, 2018.
By Maxwell Radway
In a recent labour arbitration decision, an arbitrator upheld two grievances filed by a trade union against an employer (the Company) that refused to allow employees to take personal emergency leave if they had already used all the "floater days" that they were allowed under a collective agreement (the Collective Agreement).
By Emily McCartney
Just as it appeared our Court of Appeal had clarified the test for summary judgment, several recent and seemingly incongruous decisions may have just taken us a step back.
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