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By Paul Seaman, Scott Smith, Maxime Faille, Aaron Christoff
'Namgis First Nation et al v. Canada (Minister of Fisheries, Oceans, and the Canadian Coast Guard) et al, 2019 FC 143
By Lorraine Mastersmith, Carole Chouinard
On February 5, 2019, The Chamber of Digital Commerce announced unification with the Blockchain Association of Canada signaling the first merger of its kind in the blockchain industry globally.
By Bernardine Adkins, Ursula Johnston
The UK Government is in the process of introducing new legislation in relation to customs, VAT and excise in the event that there is a "no deal" Brexit.
By Paul Seaman, Keith Brown
On Feb. 4, 2019, the Federal Court issued its reasons for judgment regarding certain decisions made by the Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and Canadian Coast Guard.
By Denis Silva, Jill Dunn, Kean Silverthorn
On February 4, 2019, Metalla Royalty & Streaming Ltd.
By Kieran Laird
The vast majority of prescriptions made by the NHS in England each year are dispensed by retail pharmacy businesses operating in communities around the country.
By Bernardine Adkins, Ursula Johnston, Sean Giles
The UK's export licensing authority has published a new Open General Export Licence for the export of dual use goods to the EU which will come into force on 29 March 2019 in event of a no deal Brexit.
By Joe Morris, Dominic Conte
Exciting developments in drone technology over the past five years have led to a number of opportunities opening up for the use of drones in urban planning.
By Clive Chalkley, Nick Vuckovic
Following the introduction of The Electronic Communications Code (which has been in force since 28 December 2017), there is often confusion as to which procedure to follow ...
By Alex Jay, Kanika Kitchlu-Connolly, Ashley Pigott, Teresa Edwards
A company has outstanding debts and it seems they are struggling financially. What can you do to try and get your debts settled?
By Belinda Bain, Emily Hayes
It is commonly known that contracts of insurance are contracts of utmost good faith, requiring the parties to deal with each other fairly and in good faith
By Peter Gross, Anna Côté
The Province of Ontario recently announced three major initiatives which have the potential to result in additional significant changes to the new land use planning regime ...
By Bernardine Adkins, Ursula Johnston, Sean Giles
The EU Japan Economic Partnership Agreement (the "EPA"), comes into force today, 1 February 2019.
By Tom Cumming, Caireen Hanert
On January 31, 2019, the Supreme Court of Canada released its decision in Orphan Well Association, Alberta Energy Regulator v. Grant Thornton Limited and ATB Financial.
By Jamie Rowlands, Le Rong, John Chung
China released a new draft Foreign Investment Law ("Draft Law") soliciting public comments. The Draft Law further liberalises the Chinese economy to foreign investments and primarily provides broad
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