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By Blakes Pensions, Benefits & Executive Compensation Group
Pension plan administrators have a fiduciary duty to ensure that each member and beneficiary is paid the benefits to which they are entitled.
By Paul Rand, Stephen Ashbourne, Aaron Palmer, Darren Littlejohn, Gordon McKenna, Tim Phillips
During the delay, Participant Affiliates and Large Counterparties that are not Clearing Agency Participants will not be subject to mandatory clearing of in-scope OTC derivatives trades.
By Anne Drost, Mathieu Nolin, Cynthia Chen
The amendment to the Quebec Regulations notably extends the scope of appliances that it covers, in addition to increasing the stringency of the applicable standards.
By Seumas Woods, Iris Antonios
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice recently released its decision in HMI Construction Inc. v. Index Energy Mills Road Corp., upholding a motion decision that reduces the security required to vacate liens...
By Geoffrey Belsher, Cheryl Slusarchuk
The competition for professional foreign workers continues to increase in many U.S. business sectors.
By Blakes Pensions, Benefits & Executive Compensation Group
On July 31, 2017, OSFI published for comment a new draft guideline, titled: Derivatives Sound Practices for Federally Regulated Private Pension Plans (Draft Guideline).
By Alexis Levine, Nicole McDonald
It's been a busy summer for lobbying law in Canada. With the recent enactment of lobbying legislation in New Brunswick, almost all Canadian jurisdictions now have some form of lobbying law, ...
By Peter Rubin, Bryan Hicks
In Scandia Paving Ltd. v. Bengag, the Supreme Court of British Columbia cancelled the plaintiff's builder's lien because the plaintiff commenced its enforcement action in the wrong court registry.
By Shlomi Feiner, Richard Turner, Madison Kragten
A special committee is not required to be constituted under securities law, except in connection with insider bids subject to MI 61-101.
By Sam Adkins, Roy Millen, Sarah Nykolaishen
On July 26, 2017, the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) released two decisions on the role of the National Energy Board (NEB) and other regulatory tribunals in aboriginal consultation:
By Blakes Pensions, Benefits & Executive Compensation Group
Welcome to the 18th issue of the Blakes Pensions Newsletter. This newsletter provides a summary of recent jurisprudential developments that affect pensions and benefits and is not intended to be legal advice.
By Jessica Lam, Nicole Henderson
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice recently dismissed a proposed class action arising out of the collapse of a manufacturing facility in Bangladesh.
By Mena Bellofiore, Jacqueline Shinfield
On July 7, 2017, Canada's Department of Finance released a long-awaited consultation paper on the proposed regulation of retail payments in Canada.
By Jonathan Kahn, Ravi Amarnath
The Ontario Divisional Court (Court) has set aside a quarry licence issued to a private company on the basis that the Ontario government failed to fulfil its constitutional obligation to consult with local First Nations...
By Bryan Hicks, Ian Breneman, Sarah Manifold
In Platypus Marine, Inc. v. TATU (TATU), the Federal Court of Canada (Court) ordered that the defendant ship be released from arrest because there was no outstanding judgment.
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