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By Blair W.M. Bowen
This article presents a cautionary tale for any person who wishes to take legal proceedings against an individual or company resident in Mexico.
By Bill Hearn
On May 25, 2018*, the ePrivacy Regulation (the "eP Reg") may replace the existing EU ePrivacy Directive (colloquially known as the "EU Cookie Directive") ...
By Justin Jakubiak
Vehicle repair loans are gaining popularity in Ontario, as are the legal issues and headaches surrounding them.
By Kyle Kuepfer, Scott Venton
The Supreme Court of Canada has clarified the limits of a major defence available to banks who face liability for processing fraudulent cheques.
By Rick Moscone, Russell Sanders
With much uncertainty surrounding the rapidly growing marijuana industry following the rescission of the Obama-era Cole Memorandum, the Canadian Securities Administrators ...
By Stanley Berger
The Canadian Government announced yesterday that they are proposing new rules for conducting environmental assessments to Parliament.
By Stanley Berger
On January 18, 2018 the Nova Scotia Supreme Court in Sorflaten v. Nova Scotia (Environment) (2018) NSSC 7 refused to admit the expert opinion of Dr. Douglas J. Hallett, a toxicologist, relating to certain environmental aspects of a Ministerial approved pilot project for burning recycled tires as fuel at a cement plant owned by Lafarge Canada.
By Bonnie Fish, Kyle Kuepfer
In Deloitte & Touche v Livent Inc. (Receiver of) 2017 SCC 63 the Supreme Court of Canada revisited the scope of auditor liability for negligence.
By Andrea Marsland
Employers should undertake a review of their current policies and practices to ensure they are, and will continue to be, in compliance with Bill 148.
By Stanley Berger
The particulate was accidentally released out of the top of the silo and into the natural environment.
By Ian MacInnis
On July 18, 2017, the Department of Finance released a series of controversial tax proposals aimed at closing perceived tax "loopholes" that involve the taxation of private corporations and their shareholders.
By David Thiel, Carol A. Dirks, Khalid Karim
The condominium legislation in Ontario is undergoing massive changes.
By Ravi Shukla
Now that we are 20-some years into the Internet revolution it has become clear that as laws are necessarily tied to a jurisdiction they can appear ineffective when confronted by a globalised suite of technologies...
By Stanley Berger
On November 27, 2017 the Ontario Superior Court dismissed all appeals against conviction and sentence relating to Sunrise Propane Energy Group under both Ontario provincial environmental...
By Daniel Levin, Max Reedijk
On September 14, 2017, the Ontario government introduced Bill 154, Cutting Unnecessary Red Tape Act, 2017 (the "Act").
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