Contributor Page
Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP
 
Email  |  Website  |  Articles
Contact Details
Tel: +1 416 2164000
Fax: +1 416 2163930
Suite 3800
Royal Bank Plaza, South Tower
200 Bay Street, P.O. Box 84
Toronto
Ontario
M5J 2Z4
Canada
Awards
Contributor Most Read
Contributor Most Read
By Mark Edward Davis
In United Airlines, Inc. v. Cooperstock, 2017 FC 616, the Federal Court of Canada enjoined a disgruntled traveler from using colorable variations of United Airlines' trademarks on a protest website he set up at www.untied.com.
By Oliver Moore
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice recently held that courts have the power to grant relief from forfeiture for a tenant's failure to comply with a condition precedent in a lease so long as the tenant took reasonable and diligent steps.
By Rhonda Shirreff
Jurisprudence on independent medical examinations (IME) in the context of the employer's duty to accommodate is sparse.
By Ahmed Shehata
As we have discussed in previous posts, the post-closing phase of an M&A deal can be a difficult one, with 30% of integration deals not achieving their revenue goals.
By Sara Josselyn
Platforms that were once physical in nature – such as data rooms – are increasingly becoming digitized.
By Sara Josselyn
Over the last two years, many household names in the fashion retail industry have disappeared from the Canadian market. In the wake of the ecommerce boom, many stores have raised the white flag and closed their doors.
By Troy Ungerman
Big data analytics (big data) has established a reputation as a tool useful in the financial services arena, where it has enhanced banks' abilities to personalize data of their customers to predict trends.
By Linda Fuerst
On August 9, the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) approved a settlement agreement entered into by Home Capital Group Inc. (HCG), a reporting issuer in the residential and commercial lending business...
By Karen Jensen
In a previous post on this blog, we discussed how an employer's non-compliance with workplace harassment and violence provisions of the Occupational Health and Safety Act resulted in a $70,000 fine ordered against the employer.
By Linda Fuerst
By now the facts underlying the recently concluded Ontario Securities Commission hearing into Sino-Forest Corporation should be well known.
By Linda Fuerst
After a proceeding has ended, does the Ontario Securities Commission retain jurisdiction to give directions to the parties or grant other relief? That is the question that was recently before the Commission...
By Danny Urquhart
In a recent decision, a majority of the Quebec Court of Appeal held that the latest proposal to create a national securities regulator was unconstitutional.
By Linda Fuerst
On July 13, 2017, the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) announced that it had approved yet another "no-contest" settlement resolving unproven allegations by OSC Staff that there were inadequacies...
By Jeremy Devereux
In a decision released July 6, 2017- Shinoff v BMO Nesbitt Burns Inc et al.– Justice France Dulude of the Québec Superior Court provided helpful guidance on the duties owed by investment advisors to their clients.
By Linda Fuerst
On July 19, 2017 the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit ruled that the Fifth Amendment's prohibition on the use of compelled testimony in American criminal proceedings...
Contributor's Topics
More...