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By Graeme Boocock, Ph.D.
An Update on Unity Objections, Elections, and Double Patenting Considerations During Canadian Examination
By Glenn Zakaib, Edona Vila
It is often said that product liability cases are ideal for class treatment.
By Larry Elliot
On December 4, 2018, the Ontario Court of Appeal released its reasons for decision in the companion appeals Carroll v. McEwen and Cadieux v. Cloutier.
By Isaac Tang, J. Pitman Patterson, Kate Fairbrother
On December 6, 2018, the Ontario government introduced Bill 66, referred to as the Restoring Ontario's Competitiveness Act, 2018, in the Ontario legislature.
By Bradley Freedman
On January 1, 2019, the Privacy Commissioner of Canada will begin enforcing Guidelines for obtaining meaningful consent, which impose requirements for obtaining legally valid privacy consents.
By Graham Splawski
In a recent settlement agreement with the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC), Questrade Wealth Management (Questrade) admitted to having acted contrary to the public interest by failing to
By John Vellone, Jolie Cheung
Over the next few months, the OEB sought and received comments from various stakeholders on the OEB's proposed form of the Cyber Report and the corresponding amendments to the RRR.
By Graeme Boocock, Ph.D.
Canada has unique local law on double patenting. Like the U.S., there is an obviousness standard for double patenting, but, unlike the U.S., terminal disclaimer is not available.
By Omar K. Madhany
In a recent post, we examined the case of Ontario Securities Commission v. Tiffin in which the Ontario courts have been grappling with the question of whether a promissory note constitutes a "security" under the Securities Act.
By Josh Scheinert, Milos Barutciski
Three thousand business, government and NGO representatives converged in Geneva last week with the objective of mitigating the impact of business operations on human rights.
By Joelle Kabouchi, Grace Pereira
It has now been almost five years since Canada entered into the Canada-United States Enhanced Tax Information Exchange Agreement (the IGA), which was implemented by the Canada-United States...
By Chidinma Thompson, Alan Ross, Bradon Willms
On Sunday, December 2, 2018, the Government of Alberta ("GOA") announced that it would implement mandatory curtailment of crude oil and bitumen production in the province by 8.7 per cent per day...
By Bobby Solhi, Braek Urquhart
Sales tax continues to be an important consideration in nearly all transactions and the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) continues to scrutinize those transactions with a view to extract more revenues for the government coffers.
By Erika Lambert-Shirzad
On December 5, 2018, the B.C. government unveiled a new clean energy plan, CleanBC, which outlines the government's strategy to achieve 75% of the Province's 2030 greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions target (how the remaining 25% will be achieved remains to be determined).
By Brad Hallowell
On December 6, 2018, the Ontario legislature postponed the implementation of Pay Transparency Act, 2018 by passing Bill 57, Restoring Trust, Transparency and Accountability Act, 2018.
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