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By Carol A. Dirks
Condominium communities can certainly be a lively forum for negative and destructive comments. Board members and managers are frequently accused of "receiving kickbacks"
By Rachel Fielding
Most of the time, our clients turn a blind eye to the possibility of a lawsuit. Clients will bury their heads in the sand until the fateful moment when the lawsuit becomes an actuality...
By Gareth F.G. Stackhouse
It's fall and that means we're back in the thick of another condominium meeting season, a most wonderful time of year! We wanted to share some of the Fogler's Condo Group's tips, tricks,
By Rick Moscone
The Cannabis Licence Act, 2018 was enacted in October 2018 and provides for a licensing and regulatory regime for privately-owned and operated cannabis retail stores in Ontario.
By David Thiel, Carol A. Dirks, Gareth F.G. Stackhouse, Rachel Fielding
It's been a rollercoaster year, to say the least, for Ontario's condominium industry in our collective efforts to implement the changes to the Condominium Act, 1998 (the "Act").
By Stanley Berger
The West Moberly First Nations were unsuccessful on October 24, 2018 (see 2018, BCSC 1835) in obtaining an injunction against B.C. Hydro and Power Authority from further construction and related activities on the Site C Project.
By Fogler, Rubinoff LLP
If you have Primary and Secondary Wills in place, this court decision may put that planning in jeopardy.
By Stanley Berger, Tom Brett, Jack Coop, Albert M. Engel, Yadira Flores
In Eagleridge International Ltd. v. Newfoundland and Labrador (Environment and Conservation) 2018 NLSC 180, following a change of government, the new Minister of Environment and Conservation withdrew approval for the construction of a gravel road.
By Mary Wahbi, Kathryn Balter
Following a handful of disconcerting endorsements in a number of probate applications culminating in the recent decision in the Milne Estates, an issue has been raised respecting the validity of the use of multiple wills in Ontario.
By Sheryl L. Johnson
Public consumption of recreational marijuana is not legal under the Ontario regulations to the Cannabis Act.
By Marc Weisman
In Transalta v. The Queen (2012 DTC 1106) ("Transalta"), the Tax Court of Canada concluded that for the stock option rules ...
By Ian MacInnis
The recent decision of the Supreme Court of the United States (the "USSC") in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. (No. 17-494), has substantially expanded the taxation powers of the U.S. States to collect sales tax.
By Stanley Berger
The Action On October 9, 2018 the Court of Appeal in the Hague, Netherlands upheld the District Court's order that the State of the Netherlands reduce CO2 emissions by 25% relative to 1990 levels by the end of 2020.
By Stanley Berger
The simple answer is: sufficient information for the regulatory authority to be satisfied they can proceed to evaluate their decision to grant authorization.
By Don Bourgeois, Rick Moscone
The Attorney General introduced Bill 36 on September 27, 2018. This Bill, if enacted, would make significant changes to the previous Government's approach ...
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