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Significant Medical Malpractice (Birth Injury) Ruling
The law is constantly evolving. As legal advocates and representatives who bring actions to court, Gluckstein Lawyers often has a front-row view of interesting and significant decisions that help...
Canada
25 May 2018
2
Armstrong v. Royal Victoria Hospital, 2018 ONSC 2439
Charles E. Gluckstein of Gluckstein Personal Injury Lawyers and Ryan Breedon successfully represented the Plaintiff in a medical malpractice case. The Plaintiff suffered a thermal injury...
Canada
25 May 2018
3
Lottery Winner Loan Case Sets Precedent, B.C. Court Reforms Centuries-Old Consideration Doctrine
In its May 18, 2018 decision, Rosas v. Toca (Rosas), the British Columbia Court of Appeal (Court of Appeal) permitted a contract to be varied without the exchange of fresh consideration.
Canada
25 May 2018
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Robert Brush And Michael L. Byers Publish Paper In Carswell's Annual Review Of Civil Litigation
Robert Brush and Michael L. Byers published their paper entitled "Separate, Independent and Confounding: Understanding Personal Liability for Corporate Acts" in the 2017 Carswell Annual...
Canada
25 May 2018
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Modernizing The Divorce Act: Major Changes Announced
Notable changes are expected to be coming to the federal Divorce Act in the form of Bill C-78, which was introduced in the House of Commons on May 22, 2018.
Canada
25 May 2018
6
Get Ready: New Occupational Health And Safety Legislation Will Soon Be In Effect In Alberta
Following closely on the heels of its changes to the Labour Relations Code and the Employment Standards Code, Alberta has passed new occupational health and safety legislation.
Canada
25 May 2018
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Eyes Wide Shut: The Best Defence Is A Good Offence
With the increasing interconnectivity of businesses to date, information is now exposed to a broad number of threats.
Canada
25 May 2018
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Risk Management And Cannabis In Ontario - What Is Going To Be Legalized And When?
The Federal Government of Canada has yet to set a date for the legalization of recreational cannabis in Canada. Current forecasts estimate that it will be legalized in the summer of 2018...
Canada
25 May 2018
9
ASC Proposes Amendments To Facilitate Cross-Border Offerings
The Alberta Securities Commission (ASC) has proposed replacing the current ASC Rule 72-501 with a new ASC Rule 72-501 (Proposed Rule).
Canada
25 May 2018
10
Pre-Sale Contracts Disclaimed In Receivership Of Real Estate Developer
On April 4, 2018, the Supreme Court of British Columbia issued a decision in Forjay Management Ltd. v. 0981478 B.C. Ltd., 2018 BCSC 527 [Forjay] ...
Canada
25 May 2018
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Canadian Government Blocks Chinese Foreign Investment Due To National Security Concerns
On May 23, 2018, it was announced that the Canadian government has used the national security provisions of the ICA to block a proposed $1.5 billion takeover of Aecon Group Inc. by CCCC International Holding Ltd...
Canada
25 May 2018
12
Foreign Ownership Restrictions Eased In The Canadian Aviation Sector
With the Transportation Modernization Act (Bill C-49) receiving Royal Assent on May 23, 2018, the longstanding restriction on foreign ownership in the Canadian aviation sector will be eased somewhat.
Canada
25 May 2018
13
Quebec's Right To Self-Determination And Bill 99 – The Superior Court's Judgment Will Be Appealed
An election is to be held in Quebec this October, and in 2019 there will be a Canadian federal election.
Canada
25 May 2018
14
Once Again, All Current Allowances Sold Out In Ontario's Joint Cap And Trade Auction
On May 23, 2018, the Ontario government posted the results of the second joint Ontario, Quebec, California auction of greenhouse gas emission allowances, held May 15, 2018.
Canada
25 May 2018
15
Data Breach Notification Obligations Coming Into Force
On June 18, 2015, the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act ("PIPEDA") was amended to impose data breach reporting requirements.
Canada
25 May 2018
16
Canada Province's New Premier Speaks Out On Emissions
In his first few weeks in office, Alberta's new Premier, Jim Prentice, a former Federal Minister of the Environment, has been speaking out on the province's approach to regulation of greenhouse gas emissions.
Canada
25 May 2018
17
The Legalization Of Cannabis: 7 Reasons Why Employers Should Take Notice
Cannabis legalization is coming. The legislation is expected to pass by July with legalization becoming effective by September.
Canada
25 May 2018
18
No Family Resemblance Here: Tiffin Overturned On Appeal - Investment Funds Bulletin
Securities regulators must be breathing a sigh of relief. An earlier decision in Ontario Securities Commission v Tiffin
Canada
25 May 2018
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Canadian Cannabis Companies Gaining Traction In Capital Markets South Of The Border: First Cannabis Listing On NYSE Commenced Today
With the Cannabis Act set to be voted on by the Senate of Canada in two weeks and legalization of marijuana expected in the coming months, Canada's largest cannabis company today became the first marijuana producer...
Canada
25 May 2018
20
An Attempted Fraud Thwarted By Langlois Lawyers' Cyber-Security And Business Law Team
Yesterday we received a request for assistance from a foreign lawyer in connection with a commercial transaction involving a Quebec company. The email was short, concise and seemed perfectly legitimate.
Canada
25 May 2018
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