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By Jason Kully
Tsatsi v College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan, 2018 SKCA 53, held that a physician's defamation claim against his regulator
By Leanne Monsma
The internet facilitates world wide access to professional services. This in turn raises significant jurisdictional issues for regulators.
By Karen Tereposky, Austin Ward
In Facey v Bantrel Management Services Co., 2019 AHRC 4 the Alberta Human rights Tribunal made a watershed costs award against a complainant
By Albert Nolette
Recent cases dealing with the protected human rights ground of "family status" provide employers with some additional guidance.
By Christin Elawny, Austin Ward
On Monday May 27, the UCP-led Government of Alberta introduced Bill 2: An Act to Make Alberta Open for Business.
By Stefan Pahulje
The ONCA provided some guidance and analysis on both "time is of the essence" clauses as well as the availability of specific performance when it comes to a commercial real estate repurchase options.
By Connor Malone
Restrictive covenants are "building schemes" that operate outside of – and in addition to – municipal zoning bylaws. The obligations associated with restrictive covenants "run with the land" and are binding on any future buyer of the property.
By Rami Pandher
In the two years since the SCC narrowed the availability of rectification in Fairmont Hotels (2016 SCC 56), provincial superior and appellate courts have attempted to interpret the new limits placed on rectification.
By Richard Stobbe
Local Alberta breweries Elite Brewing (visited, love the carbon fibre bar) and Bow River Brewing have been on the receiving end of a cease and desist letter from the City of Calgary over a beer label for Fort Calgary ISA (a "richly hopped lighter bodied India session ale").
By Kevin Feth, QC, Jason Kully, Scott Matheson
Last week the new provincial government announced its intention to require Alberta post-secondary institutions to enact policies about free speech on campus.
By James T. Casey QC
Professional regulators should be aware that "the political winds are blowing." Some say that a real storm is brewing while others claim that this is simply a short-lived squall
By Predrag Tomic, Molly O'Brien
A recent case from the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, Birnie v Birnie, 2019 ONSC 2152, has several important lessons for Canadians when it comes to estate planning.
By Rob Worthington
Canadian private companies have seen much newsworthy tax reform in recent years. One change is in the area of income sprinkling. Another major change in tax law is the rules on investment income
By Mark Mielke
Canada's 2019 federal budget (the "Budget") includes additional insight into the hotly anticipated regulatory regime for cannabis edibles, which is set to come into force in the fall of 2019.
By Ayanna Ferdinand Catlyn, Danielle Mousseau
Significant amendments have been made to the Partnership and Business Names Act (the Act), RSNWT 1988, c P-1.The amendments to the Act effect partnerships, limited partnerships,
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