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Health Canada Responds To Medical Device Regulation Gaps
In late 2018, a series of news articles took aim at Canada's regulation of medical devices, alleging that Health Canada's medical device approval and adverse event monitoring systems were severely
Canada
24 May 2019
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Third Time's A Charm For Alberta Regulator: How The SCC Decision In Redwater Could Change The Role Of Environmental Orders In Ontario Insolvency Proceedings
The potential conflict between federal insolvency law and provincial environmental law that came to a head in Orphan Well Association v Grant Thornton Ltd ("Redwater") was settled by the Supreme Court
Canada
13 Mar 2019
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One Person's Trash Is The New Government's Treasure: The Ontario Government Stays The Course On Waste Management In The "Made-In-Ontario Environment Plan"
On November 29, 2018, Ontario's new Progressive Conservative government released "Preserving and Protecting our Environment for Future Generations: A Made-in-Ontario Environment Plan" (the Plan).
Canada
7 Dec 2018
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Climate Change Regulatory Update: The "Made-In-Ontario Environment Plan" — More Carrots, Fewer Sticks And A Dash Of Sunlight
On November 29, 2018, the Government of Ontario released its Plan, "Preserving and Protecting our Environment for Future Generations: A Made-in-Ontario Environment Plan" (the Plan).
Canada
7 Dec 2018
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Supreme Court Of Canada Makes A Clear Choice As To Who Bears The Loss On Cheque Fraud
In its recently released decision in Teva Canada Ltd. v. TD Canada Trust, the Supreme Court of Canada missed a golden opportunity to update controversial and antiquated interpretations of section 20(5) of the Bills...
Canada
9 Nov 2017
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Cybersecurity And Medical Devices: Electronic Medical Data Increases Product Liability Risk For Medical Device Manufacturers
The value of stolen personal health information is ten to twenty times greater than a stolen credit card number.
Canada
9 May 2016
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Ontario Court Of Appeal Gives Much-Needed Clarity To Bank's Defences In Cases Of Fraud
In the recent Court of Appeal decision in Teva Canada Limited v Bank of Montreal, the Court continued to shift the burden of preventing employee fraud ontp the company defrauded...
Canada
26 Feb 2016
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Not So Fast: Simply Issuing A New Claim, Rather Than Amending An Existing Claim To Add A New Defendant, May Be An Abuse Of Process
On December 8, 2012, the plaintiff was involved in a serious motor vehicle accident on Valley Farm Road in the City of Pickering, Ontario.
Canada
3 Feb 2016
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Farhat V. Monteanu: Inviting Inconsistency In Limitations Periods Applicable To Motor Vehicle Claims?
In the Farhat case the plaintiff was injured when his vehicle was rear-ended by the defendant's vehicle on May 18, 2006.
Canada
25 Aug 2015
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No Co-Operation To Streamline Trial? No Entitlement To Costs
On June 8, 2015, Justice Myers released his costs decision in Saleh v. Nebel in which he deprived the defendant of a $100,000-cost award because of the manner in which counsel prepared for and presented the case at trial.
Canada
16 Jul 2015
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A Tale Of Two Jewellers: Bank Successfully Appeals Conversion Judgement
In a recent decision, the TD Bank successfully appealed a judgment against it for the tort of conversion related to fraudulent cheques.
Canada
20 Apr 2015
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Ambiguity Is As Ambiguity Does: Another Cautionary Tale From A Canadian Appellate Court On The Importance Of Clear Drafting
This case provides a helpful re-articulation of the principles of contractual interpretation in the context of insurance policies.
Canada
17 Feb 2015
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Preferable Procedure Revisited: Supreme Court Of Canada Examines Preferable Procedure For First Time Since Hollick
In dismissing an appeal from the decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal in AIC v. Fischer on December 12, 2013, the Supreme Court of Canada revisited the preferable procedure aspect of the certification test for class proceedings.
Canada
31 Dec 2013
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If You Want Your Limits, Check Your Limitations
The Supreme Court of Canada has dismissed the plaintiff’s appeal in Boyce v the Co-Operators General Insurance Company on the question of whether the contractual limitation period in a commercial insurance policy can override a statutory limitation period.
Canada
2 Dec 2013
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