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The Total Fraud Test is Still Alive
The Supreme Court's recent decision in Christine DeJong Medicine Professional Corporation v. DBDC Spadina Ltd. (DBDC Spadina)
Canada
26 Jul 2019
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Corporate Governance Principles For Non‐Profit Entities
Canada has one of the largest and most vibrant nonprofit and voluntary sectors in the world.
Canada
6 Jun 2019
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The Right And The Wrong Way To Seek Remediation Agreements
Robert Frost wrote that "Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both." The legislation for deferred prosecution agreements (DPAs /remediation agreements)
Canada
15 Apr 2019
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Monetary Penalties Levied Against Advisors In A Tax Case, Guindon v. Canada: Unconstitutional?
Monetary Penalties Levied Against Advisors In A Tax Case, Guindon V. Canada: Unconstitutional?
Canada
18 Feb 2019
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Debarment Tentacles Reach Out – But Loosen Their Grip
The Government of Canada is seeking to amend its current policy on debarment (consultation administering Canada's expanded "integrity regime").
Canada
25 Oct 2018
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Key Changes To The Regulated Health Professions Act: A Primer For Ontario Dentists
On May 1, 2018, a number of changes to the Regulated Health Professions Act, 1991 came into effect as part of the implementation of the Protecting Patients Act, 2017, including legislative amendments and the introduction of three new regulations.
Canada
18 Oct 2018
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Coming In From The Cold: Deferred Prosecution (Remediation) Agreements In Canada
We have to live without sympathy, don't we? We can't do that forever. One can't stay out of doors all the time. One needs to come in from the cold.
Canada
17 Sep 2018
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Corruption Of Foreign Public Officials Act: Overview
The Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act, S.C. 1998, c. 34 (CFPOA) has been in force since 1999. In June of 2011, the CFPOA streaked across the radar screens of compliance officers....
Canada
6 Dec 2017
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An Online Date To Forget
The modern era has given those seeking love and romance more tools to find the right partner. Online dating sites are thriving with people hoping to find their perfect "match".
Canada
9 Nov 2017
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Supreme Court Of Canada Rules Banks Liable For Conversion Of Cheques
When the employee of a large corporation defrauds their employer through a fraudulent cheque scheme, should the banks which paid out on the cheques be liable to the defrauded employer for conversion?
Canada
7 Nov 2017
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Failure To Respond To Foreign Litigation Can Be Risky
In the complex world of international business, many companies and investors often venture outside of their countries of residence or domicile with the hope of developing new and successful business projects...
Canada
30 Oct 2017
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R. v. Cody: Trial Within A Reasonable Time And Enhancing Efficiency
In considering whether a stay of charges should be granted in the context of trial within a reasonable time, the seriousness of the offence will not override the rights in issue.
Canada
8 Aug 2017
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The Protecting Patients Act, 2017 – The Essentials For Regulated Health Professionals
On May 30th, 2017, the Protecting Patients Act, 2017 (the "Act") received Royal Assent in the Ontario legislature, which resulted in amendments to various health care related legislation...
Canada
3 Aug 2017
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Bank Not Responsible For Fraudulent Instructions Delivered Via Customer's Email Account
Although the rapid increase in technology in the past twenty years has a lot of advantages, it also has many disadvantages.
Canada
18 May 2017
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Mortgage Fraud: Who Has Priority In A Dispute?
A recent Ontario Divisional Court decision, CIBC Mortgages Inc. v Computershare Trust Company of Canada, confirms that a mortgage lender may lose priority if their mortgage is fraudulently discharged by the mortgagor.
Canada
25 Apr 2017
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Mortgage Proceeds Paid To Fraudster's Lawyer, In Trust, Covered Under Title Insurance Policy
Thanks to the ability to produce believable fake identity documents, real estate fraud continues to plague Ontario and to cause headaches for lawyers.
Canada
7 Mar 2017
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Nervous Shock Claim Dismissed: Divisional Court Agrees That Juror In Criminal Trial Fails To Meet Test
Under Ontario law a person who suffers a physical or psychological injury as a result of a crime of violence is entitled to make a claim for compensation under the Compensation for Victims of Crime Act.
Canada
15 Feb 2016
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