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Is Section 5(1)(a)(iv) Of Ontario's Limitations Act The New "Special Circumstances"?
When Ontario's Limitations Act, 2002 came into force in 2004, the Courts made serious efforts to ensure that the new two-year limitation period for most lawsuits was uniformally enforced.
Canada
23 May 2019
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Medical Cannabis And Safety Sensitive Work
Provincial and Federal Human Rights legislation requires that an employer accommodate an employee's medical condition to the point of "undue hardship"
Canada
17 May 2019
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Matt Maurer Nominated As One Of Canadian Lawyer's Top 25 Most Influential Lawyers
Matt Maurer, vice-chair of our Cannabis Law Group, has been nominated as one of Canadian Lawyer's Top 25 Most Influential Lawyers for 2019.
Canada
9 May 2019
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What Does #Metoo Mean For Lawyers?
It has been over a year since the infamous tweet encouraged people to come forward and share their experiences of sexual harassment.
Canada
8 May 2019
5
Cloud 3.0: Drafting And Negotiating Cloud Computing Agreements
Who needs a book on contracting with cloud computing vendors?
Canada
3 May 2019
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Sidney Troister Speaks To The Law Times On The Issues Of Fixed Fees Advertising In Real Estate Ads
Real estate lawyers continue to advertise fixed-fee services with exceptions, despite tighter restrictions passed by the Law Society of Ontario less than two years ago.
Canada
1 May 2019
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The Many Lessons Of The Equifax Data Breach
In a sweeping and detailed report of findings in the Equifax decision released on April 9, 2019, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada, severely critiqued the privacy and security practices.
Canada
1 May 2019
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Your Ex Gets A Raise After You Divorce? You Might Be In Line For Tens Of Thousands More
One of the most controversial, difficult and most-litigated issues in family law across Canada is the extent to which a payer of spousal support will be required to share any post-separation increases
Canada
29 Apr 2019
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Discretionary Trusts Prove Problematic When It Comes To Dividing Assets
Many Canadian families with a moderate degree of wealth create a family trust.
Canada
26 Apr 2019
10
Is Corporate Successor Liability A Dead Doctrine In Canada?
The American doctrine of successor liability has long been the source of fear for the parties to an asset purchase agreement.
Canada
25 Apr 2019
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The Ontario Government Eliminates Certain Ministry Of Labour Approvals
The Ontario Government has passed Bill 66, Restoring Ontario's Competitiveness Act, 2019 which amends the Employment Standards Act, 2000 (the "ESA").
Canada
23 Apr 2019
12
Reflections On The 2019 Federal Budget From The Perspective Of Charities And Non-Profits
Much has been written about the Federal Budget (Budget) tabled by the Department of Finance (Canada) on March 19, 2019 and its impact on charities and non-profits.
Canada
10 Apr 2019
13
Azelis Strengthens Its Presence In Canada Through The Acquisition Of Chemroy
On March 11, 2019, Azelis, a leading specialty chemical supplier operating globally, announced it has acquired Chemroy, a Canadian distributor of specialty chemicals and food ingredients.
Canada
9 Apr 2019
14
Highlights Of Canadian Federal 2019 Budget
On March 19, 2019, the Department of Finance (Canada) tabled a budget (the "Budget") in anticipation of its upcoming fall election. Given the substantial tax changes proposed (and enacted)
Canada
1 Apr 2019
15
Harassment Is Not A Tort – Good News For Employers
On March 15, 2019, the Ontario Court of Appeal released its decision in Merrifield v. The Attorney General of Canada. The Court's decision is an important, and welcome, finding for employers.
Canada
28 Mar 2019
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Public Policy Advocacy Activities Of Charities: New Developments In 2019
Over the past few months there have been some exciting developments for Canadian registered charities in terms of their ability to engage in advocacy activities. First, the law was changed
Canada
28 Mar 2019
17
Why Canadian Courts Hesitate To Recognize "True Questions Of Jurisdiction"
Canadian Courts have always been reluctant to intervene in arbitral decisions. Judicial intervention in an arbitration, either by way of a review or an appeal from the arbitral award, undermines the efficiency of the arbitration process.
Canada
27 Mar 2019
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Canada Supreme Court Rules That Privacy is Not An "All-or-Nothing Concept"
At trial, Mr. Jarvis admitted he had surreptitiously made the video recordings but the trial judge acquitted him because he was not satisfied the recordings were made for a sexual purpose.
Canada
27 Mar 2019
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For Unmarried Couples, Splitting The House On Separation Is No Sure Thing
In the eyes of an Ontario family law lawyer, one of the most significant consequences of marriage is the sharing of property regime that will apply in the event of separation.
Canada
21 Mar 2019
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United States Federal Trade Commission Strikes One For Children's Privacy
On Feb. 27, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission announced that operators of the video networking app Musical.ly (now known as TikTok), had agreed to pay US$5.7 million to settle allegations that they had illegally collected ...
Canada
20 Mar 2019
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