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Supreme Court Enforces Arbitration Clauses For Business Customers In Consumer Class Action
Business customers that agreed to arbitrate disputes cannot "piggyback" their claims onto a consumer class action in court, the Supreme Court of Canada has ruled.
Canada
25 Apr 2019
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Lincoln Caylor: Foreign Arbitral Deference Still Trending In Canadian Courts
Lincoln Caylor and Ranjan Agarwal write an Expert Analysis in Law360 on "Foreign Arbitral Deference Still Trending In Canadian Courts."
Canada
28 Feb 2019
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Looking Forward: Class Actions In 2019
For the last six years, the Bennett Jones Class Actions Practice Group has published an annual year-in-review: our attempt to recap some highlights in class action litigation over the last year ...
Canada
6 Feb 2019
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Uber Drivers Get Their Day In Court
The intersection of mandatory arbitration clauses and class proceedings continues to be a vexing problem for the courts. In Heller v. Uber Technologies Inc., the first decision of 2019
Canada
31 Jan 2019
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Court Of Appeal Affirms Decision To Dismiss The Rana Plaza Class Action
As at the Superior Court, the Court of Appeal determined that Bangladesh law governs the plaintiffs' claim.
Canada
3 Jan 2019
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3 Business Cases To Follow In The Supreme Court's Spring Term
The Supreme Court of Canada's spring term begins on April 16, 2018. Chief Justice Wagner has already put his stamp on the Court ...
Canada
20 Apr 2018
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5 Business Cases To Watch In The Supreme Court's Winter Session
With the beginning of the Supreme Court of Canada's Winter Session on January 8, the Supreme Court of Canada entered a new era following the retirement of former Chief Justice Beverly McLachlin and the appointment of Chief Justice Richard Wagner.
Canada
2 Mar 2018
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5 Business Cases To Watch In The Supreme Court's Winter Session
With the beginning of the Supreme Court of Canada's Winter Session on January 8, the Supreme Court of Canada entered a new era following the retirement of former Chief Justice Beverly McLachlin ...
Canada
24 Jan 2018
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Corporate Social Responsibility And The Rana Plaza Class Action
On July 5, 2017, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice released a 129-page decision in the Rana Plaza class action (Das v George Weston Limited, 2017 ONSC 4129), a proposed class action brought in Ontario ...
Canada
12 Jan 2018
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Ontario Court Refuses To Approve New Litigation Funding Model For Class Actions
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice has added to its growing collection of cases that increase court scrutiny over litigation funding and contingency fee arrangements.
Canada
14 Nov 2017
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7 Business Cases To Follow In The Supreme Court's Fall Term
The Supreme Court of Canada's fall term begins on October 2.
Canada
13 Nov 2017
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Lincoln Caylor: Ontario Court Refuses To Approve New Litigation Funding Model For Class Actions
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice has added to its growing collection of cases that increase court scrutiny over litigation funding and contingency fee arrangements.
Canada
6 Nov 2017
13
Ranjan Agarwal On Building A Free And Democratic Society
Ranjan Agarwal wrote a chapter on religious freedom and respect for minority rights in Canada at 150: Building a Free and Democratic Society.
Canada
3 Nov 2017
14
Ontario Court Of Appeal Grounds Class Action Jurisdiction Challenges
Companies in Canada or doing business with Canadians beware.
Canada
2 Nov 2017
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Security For Costs Decision Allows Significant Recognition And Enforcement Appeal To Proceed
On October 31, 2017, the Ontario Court of Appeal released the latest decision in a nearly 25-year legal saga being pursued on behalf of approximately 30,000 indigenous Ecuadorian villagers...
Canada
2 Nov 2017
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What Is The Cost Of Racial Profiling?
In Elmardy v Toronto Police Services Board, a significant decision by the Divisional Court, the three-judge panel awarded a victim of racial profiling damages of $75,000.
Canada
19 Apr 2017
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Corporations Are People Too! Ontario Court Confirms That Corporations Have A Right To A Speedy Trial
Corporate defendants have the right to a speedy trial, without requiring them to prove actual prejudice to their fair trial rights.
Canada
19 Apr 2017
18
4 Business Cases To Follow In The Supreme Court's Spring Term
The Supreme Court of Canada's spring term begins on April 18.
Canada
18 Apr 2017
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The Corporate Veil Matters
In two related decisions, the Ontario Court has said, resoundingly, that it will respect the corporate veil, even for complicated corporate groups with numerous subsidiaries.
Canada
7 Feb 2017
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6 Business Cases To Follow In The Supreme Court's Winter Term
The Supreme Court of Canada's Winter Term begins on January 11. The most notable case on the docket is Deloitte & Touche v Livent Inc.
Canada
10 Jan 2017
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