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By Nikita Stepin
Venant rajouter une couche à un secteur du litige en propriété intellectuelle en pleine évolution, la Cour fédérale a récemment confirmé dans la décision Arkipelago Architecture Inc. v. Enghouse Systems Limited ...
By Linda Fuerst
The Revised Protocol establishes best practices by which multi-jurisdictional class actions may be coordinated among courts in circumstances that do not involve settlements.
By Rhonda Shirreff
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By Michael Posnikoff
They also reflect the results from a public engagement initiative the province completed in fall 2017.
By Sara Josselyn
In a typical M&A transaction, the vendor and the purchaser are front and centre stage. The spotlight is focused on the parties to the transaction, the negotiations ...
By Pierre T. Nguyen
Tout Québécois, toute Québécoise aimant le hockey doit souhaiter le retour des Nordiques et de la rivalité avec le Canadien.
By Jonathan Chong, Brian R. Daley
The Federal Court is willing to grant a restrictive protective order to protect commercially sensitive information disclosed during litigation if justified by unusual circumstances.
By Kevin Ackhurst
The threshold for certain pre-closing net benefit reviews under the Investment Canada Act (ICA) and the threshold for a pre-closing merger notification under the Competition Act have been increased for 2018.
By Rowan Weaver
On January 17, 2018, the federal government announced two new initiatives relating to the oversight of Canadian companies doing business abroad.
By Mark Davis
Doctrinal discipline in trademark cases is often sacrificed to expediency; the court knows infringement when it sees it.
By Michael Bookman, Peter Choi
The Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) has clarified the test for mandatory injunctions under the RJR-MacDonald framework and resolves conflicting case law concerning the strength of the case ...
By Jonathan Chong
Une tendance du 21e siècle est la transition des choses tangibles aux choses intangibles. Des petites entreprises, plutôt des restaurants...
By Troy Ungerman, Peter Choi
According to Deloitte's latest M&A trends report, corporations and private equity (PE) firms expect to see an acceleration of M&A activity in 2018, both in volume and size of deals ...
By Charles Foucreault, Marie-Laurence Lefebvre
On January 29, the Quebec Court of Appeal handed down a judgment that will interest insurers and other actors in the insurance industry on the issue of disclosing insurance policies in the context of court proceedings.
By Ryan Freeman
The risk of additional costs can be avoided by including a carefully crafted termination clause in all employment agreements.
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