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Court Rejects Deal Price As Indicator Of Fair Value In Dissent Decision
In an extraordinary decision, the Supreme Court of Yukon in Carlock v. ExxonMobil Canada Holdings ULC, awarded dissenting shareholders a 43% premium to the negotiated deal price in ExxonMobil's 2017 acquisition of InterOil.
Canada
4 Mar 2019
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Ontario Court Of Appeal Clarifies Test Under "Anti-SLAPP" Legislation
On August 30, 2018, the Court of Appeal for Ontario released its long-awaited decisions in a series of appeals addressing the limits of the province's "anti-SLAPP" legislation.
Canada
6 Sep 2018
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Court Of Appeal For Ontario Clarifies Appropriate Date For Assessment Of Damages For Breach Of Contract
In its recent decision in Rougemount Capital Inc. v. Computer Associates International Inc., 2016 ONCA 847, the Court of Appeal for Ontario helpfully clarified that, absent special circumstances...
Canada
29 Nov 2016
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Ontario Court Confirms Threshold For Leave For Secondary Market Securities Class Actions
In its recent decision in Bradley v Eastern Platinum Ltd., 2016 ONSC 1903, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice denied leave to commence a secondary market securities class proceeding under Part XXIII.1 of the Securities Act.
Canada
4 May 2016
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U.S. Department Of Justice Claims Billions From Volkswagen In The Latest Emissions Scandal Salvo
One of the highest-profile corporate scandals of 2015 has continued to plague German automaker Volkswagen in 2016, as the U.S. Department of Justice has now sued the company in federal court.
Canada
11 Jan 2016
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Supreme Court Of Canada Denies Leave To Appeal In Securities Class Action Involving Foreign Exchange Transactions
Last week, the Supreme Court of Canada dismissed the plaintiff’s application for leave to appeal in Kaynes v. BP, PLC.
Canada
7 Apr 2015
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U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Fraud-On-The-Market Doctrine
The U.S. Supreme Court has confirmed that plaintiffs in securities class actions could continue to rely on the "fraud-on-the-market" presumption.
Canada
26 Jun 2014
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Supreme Court Clarifies Financial Terms Need Not Be Disclosed In Partial Settlements Of Multi-Party Litigation
The Supreme Court of Canada recently clarified that the financial terms in partial settlements of multi-party litigation need not be disclosed to the non-settling parties who remain in the litigation, absent exceptional circumstances.
Canada
4 Jul 2013
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