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By Jaray Zhao
In recent years, we have seen more acquisitions of start-ups by big corporations in the tech industry, healthcare, retail, fashion, beauty, food, and transportation.
By Jenny Ng
As mentioned in our first blog post on eSports, the eSports industry has experienced, and is projected to experience substantial growth.
By Jillian Hyslop, Jordana Sanft, Kristin Wall
Last year ushered in a number of changes to the Canadian pharmaceutical and life sciences sector.
By Sara Zborovski
On December 20, Health Canada announced the opening of its consultation period on the regulations that will allow cannabis edibles, extracts and topicals to be sold in Canada.
By Vanessa Grant
The convergence of technology and life sciences was a defining feature of 2018.
By Nader Hasan, Sara Zborovski
As we previously reported, the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) will hold a lottery to determine which interested parties will be invited to apply for a retail operator license.
By Erika Anschuetz
It seems that the saga of the Ontario Securities Commission's prosecution of Daniel Emerson Tiffin and Tiffin Financial Corporation is not over yet. On November 28, 2018 (2018 ONCA 953)
By Carl Deeprose
On November 20, 2018, the federal Government of Canada released their Fall Economic Update – a review of the country's finances and economic health that addresses trends and changes taking place in Canada and the world since the federal Budget in the spring.
By Samuel Perron
In a recent decision, the Supreme Court of Canada1 confirms that, barring rare exceptions, shareholders cannot bring proceedings when a corporation suffers damages that result in a loss
By Carole Gilbert, Benedict Wray
Canada may be the next jurisdiction to regulate modern slavery in global supply chains, following California, the UK, France and Australia
By Morgan Westgate, David Yi, Allyson Whyte Nowak
The Federal Court of Appeal ("FCA") confirmed that in assessing the availability of a non-infringing alternative ("NIA") defence, the NIA must be legal and cannot infringe any patent, and its economic viability must be considered objectively.
By Maxwell Radway
The Ontario government has delayed the coming into force of the Pay Transparency Act (the Act) from January 1, 2019 ...
By Sara Zborovski
The AGCO will be accepting expressions of interest between January 7-9, which will allow prospective applicants to enter the lottery process.
By Jamie Macdonald, Jessica Warwick
Two recently released decisions from the Ontario Court of Appeal address the intersection of tort damages and statutory accident benefits under Ontario's Insurance Act1
By Amy Grenon
Canada's core IP statutes have been amended by Bill C-86, which received Royal Assent as the Budget Implementation Act, 2018, No. 2, SC 2018, c 27 on December 14, 2018.
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