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By Zhonghui (Sue) Fei, Yolande Dufresne, Teresa Reguly, Patricia McMahon, Denise Ramsden
Health Canada has published a draft guidance (Guidance) on the regulation of Software as a Medical Device (SaMD).
By John Fabello, Andrew Gray, Gillian Dingle
A key component of illegal insider trading is that the trader—or person who tipped the trader—is in a "special relationship"
By Kyle Kashuba, Evan Dickinson, Kevin A. Fougere
"[B]ankruptcy is not a license to ignore rules"—so said the majority in Canada's highest court in the Redwater decision, holding that there was no conflict between Albertan energy and environmental legislation and...
By John Fabello, Gillian Dingle
Will courts give weight to regulatory findings and sanctions when considering an advisor's claim that they have been wrongfully dismissed in the face of a dealer's attempt to enforce repayment
By Sophie Courtois
A recent decision by the Delaware Superior Court serves as a reminder to carefully review both sponsor and portfolio company D&O insurance policies.
By Cornell Wright, James Tory
The role of directors is more challenging than ever given increased volatility and competitive pressures in the business environment coupled with a legal framework that is imperfectly aligned
By James Gotowiec, Sarah E. Whitmore
The Supreme Court of Canada and other courts of appeal heard cases in 2018 that dealt with important issues in class action practice that are currently under reserve.
By Brigitte Goulard, Peter Aziz, Genevičve Bertrand, Eli Monas
Bill C-86, Budget Implementation Act, 2018, No. 2 (Bill C-86) received Royal Assent on December 13.
By Mitch Frazer, Lisa Talbot, Brad Tartick, Irfan Kara, Pat Denroche
The July 2, 1978 issue of the New York Times was the final one the paper sent to print under the linotype process.
By Venera Ziegler, Christopher Caparelli, Andrew Beck
Earlier than what has been typical in other years, on December 20, 2018, the SEC's Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations (OCIE) ...
By Andrew Gray, Glen Johnson, Gillian Dingle, Jessica He
Although not required by law, the inclusion of financial forecasts in Canadian IPO prospectuses has become commonplace–a necessary tool to market and price an offering successfully.
By Adam Armstrong, Steven Slavens, Josh Teichman, Ryan Unruch
Throughout most of the 20th century, artificial intelligence (AI) was the stuff of science fiction.
By Michael Fortier
In taking stock of their large projects in Canada and considering what 2019 will hold, many proponents will likely focus on their project's consultation with Indigenous peoples.
By David Outerbridge
Major amendments to the Ontario Construction Lien Act (now the Construction Act) have come into force on a rolling basis since late 2017. However the most significant will take effect on October 1,
By Michael Amm, Omar Wakil, Scott Cochlan
Canada has become an attractive and important investment destination for many Chinese companies as a result of opportunities in a wide range of sectors,
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