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By David Bish, Michael Amm, Michael Pickersgill, Stephanie Stimpson, Kyle Kashuba
The Ontario Court of Appeal (OCA) has released its much-anticipated decision in Third Eye Capital Corporation v. Ressources Dianor Inc./Dianor Resources Inc. (2019 ONCA 508).
By Laurie Duke, Andrew Gray, Stephen Neil, Sophie Courtois
You signed an agreement to purchase a business, and still have a few months before closing.
By Emily Sherkey, Winston Gee
The Ontario Court of Appeal has affirmed its narrow jurisdiction in McRae Cold Storage Inc. v. Nova Cold Logistics ULC
By Jeremy Opolsky, Hannah Allen
The two-year limitations period under Ontario law has always contained a certain degree of variability because the two years is measured on the basis of discoverability.
By Molly Reynolds, Ronak Shah
As part of the Government of Canada's initial Digital Charter initiative, the government released its "Strengthening Privacy for the Digital Age" discussion paper (Discussion Paper)
By Jeremy Opolsky, Jon Silver, Alicja Puchta
In Christine DeJong Medicine Professional Corporation v. DBDC Spadina Ltd.,1 the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) unanimously held that when an officer of a corporation defrauds
By John Emanoilidis, John Fabello, Glen Johnson, Rima Ramchandani
IIROC has published guidance1 for dealers about managing conflicts of interest arising from soliciting dealer arrangements.
By Alex Tanenbaum
As part of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (Sections 1400Z-1 and 14-00Z2 of the Internal Revenue Code), new capital gains exemptions were created for taxpayers that make investments in approximately 8,700 "opportunity zones" throughout the United States
By Molly Reynolds, Ronak Shah, Hannah Allen
The Ontario Superior Court's decision in Kaplan v. Casino Rama, 2019 ONSC 2025 (Kaplan) calls into question the use of class proceedings as the procedure to address privacy breach losses.
By Geneviève Bertrand, Thomas Yeo, Emma Loignon-Giroux
Le 25 mai 2019 marque l'entrée en vigueur de nouvelles dispositions concernant le traitement des plaintes dans le cadre de marchés publics au Québec. Ce processus supervisé par l'Autorité des marchés
By Geneviève Bertrand, Thomas Yeo, Emma Loignon-Giroux
A new procurement complaints process overseen by the Autorité des marchés publics (Autorité) will enter into force on May 25.
By Eileen McMahon, Yolande Dufresne, Yu Seon Gadsden-Chung
A raft of changes to the Canadian medical device regulatory landscape were seen in 2018, several of which were directed at harmonizing Canada's approach to medical device regulation with those of other countries
By Darien G. Leung, Amanda Balasubramanian
In 2017, J.Crew made headlines for its creative—and aggressive—approach to the refinancing of its US$500 million unsecured senior pay-in-kind toggle notes, using intellectual property assets pledged to the lenders ...
By Dany Assaf, Zirjan Derwa
Heated debates on the future of the digital economy is in vogue in both antitrust circles and broader public discourse.
By Martha Macdonald
Courts in the second quarter of 2019 will see significant tax-related decisions and developments.
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