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Informer Privilege And An Illustration Of Illegitimate Delay
On May 6, 2005, former Edmonton police detective Ross Barros arranged an important meeting with detectives Kevin Brezinski and Kelly Krewenchuk. Barros had re¬cently left policing to become a private investigator.
Canada
19 Jun 2019
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Limitation Periods Still Matter In Broker/Dealer Cases, Appeal Shows
By May 2009, the plaintiff knew she had suffered a loss from the rep's conduct, but waited until January 2012 to issue her Statement of Claim.
Canada
14 Jul 2016
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At Large, Unlawful, And Means: Threatening Business Pays From Rare Tort At Court Of Appeal
When business gets nasty, tort law gets interesting. When someone knowingly sets out to harm others, the common law gives victims special tools to seek redress.
Canada
13 Apr 2016
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After The Storm: Only CIBC And IMAX Class Actions Survive
The Supreme Court did not need to clarify the law for class actions after July 24, 2014. On that date, an Ontario legislative amendment confirmed that securities class actions no longer need leave within three years.
Canada
14 Dec 2015
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OSC Announces "no-contest" Settlement Program
The Ontario Securities Commission decided it will now settle enforcement proceedings in some cases without requiring admissions of fault (announced on March 11, 2014).
Canada
13 Mar 2014
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Reasonable Limitation: Supreme Court Defers To BC Securities Commission
A recent Supreme Court decision showed the power of provincial securities commissions.
Canada
14 Jan 2014
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