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Quebec Transfer Duties On Immovables: Recent Developments
The introduction of these amendments has raised questions about the scope of their application.
Canada
28 Sep 2017
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SCC Decision Calls Into Question Enforceability Of Choice Of Forum Clauses In Consumer Contracts
In June 2017, the SCC released its decision in Douez v. Facebook. The case concerned the application of a choice of forum clause included in Facebook's terms of use to stay a class action...
Canada
18 Jul 2017
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Arbitration Rules: Key Similarities And Differences In Canada And Internationally
The Blakes Arbitration group has a well-deserved reputation for effective, efficient and practical dispute resolution to shield you from risk and navigate complex situations.
Canada
22 Jun 2017
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Cannabis, Commercial Real Estate And The Environment — Things To Consider Before You Get Into The Weeds
Cannabis legalization has been in the spotlight since Prime Minister Justin Trudeau put the issue on the agenda as part of his 2015 campaign.
Canada
16 Jun 2017
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Alberta Court Of Appeal Releases Landmark Decision On Contractual Interpretation
The matter was initially heard over the course of a six-week trial.
Canada
13 Jun 2017
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Superior Court Of Québec Confirms Validity Of Percentage Royalties Paid By Pharmacist-Owners To Franchisor
In the present dispute, the annual royalty which is paid pursuant to the terms of the franchise agreement is calculated based on gross sales.
Canada
9 Mar 2017
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Now In Effect: British Columbia's Franchises Act
The Regulation is modelled on the Uniform Law Conference of Canada's Disclosure Documents Regulation, a template franchise regulation, as well as integrating recommendations from the BCLI.
Canada
13 Feb 2017
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Acting The Part: Ontario Court Of Appeal Clarifies Use Of Future Conduct In Contractual Interpretation
The plaintiff was an employee of the retail division of the corporate defendant. The dispute concerned the scope of an enhanced compensation agreement that had been negotiated between the parties.
Canada
14 Dec 2016
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Ontario Land Transfer Tax Rates To Increase On Commercial Properties
If passed, the Bill will increase land transfer tax (LTT) rates for certain properties, effective January 1, 2017.
Canada
30 Nov 2016
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Professional Hockey Player Did Not Breach Morals Clause In Endorsement Contract, Ontario Court Rules
Brand owners have engaged celebrity endorsers to sell products for decades, but not all of them make it through a celebrity endorsement unscathed.
Canada
30 Nov 2016
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Alberta Court Of Appeal: Bidder's Reasonable Expectations Trump Privilege Clause
In the wake of a recent Alberta Court of Appeal (Court) decision, Elan Construction Limited v. South Fish Creek Recreational Association (Elan Construction), those who use a bidding process...
Canada
26 Jul 2016
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Pay When Paid Clauses: How Do They Hold Up?
A "pay when paid" clause is a provision sometimes found in commercial contracts stating that party B will not pay party C until party A (who is not a party to the contract) pays party B.
Canada
16 Jun 2016
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A Lesson In Maintaining Privity: SCC Resolves Dispute Over Interpretation Of Alberta Agreement
In the summer of 2004, the City of Calgary (City) enacted a bylaw designating the Lougheed Building as a historic resource under the HRA.
Canada
19 May 2016
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B.C. Introduces New Rules To End Real Estate "Shadow Flipping"
The British Columbia government has announced new rules aimed at ending the recently decried practice of shadow flipping of real estate contracts.
Canada
18 May 2016
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Quebec Publishes Draft Regulations Requiring The Presence Of French On Outdoor Signs
On May 4, 2016, the Government of Quebec published proposed Regulations that aim to ensure there is "a sufficient presence of French" on the outdoor signage of establishments on which trademarks appear in a language other than French.
Canada
11 May 2016
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Feeling Oppressed? Not If It's From A Breach Of Contract, Says Court Of Appeal
The Alberta Court of Appeal upheld the chambers judge's decision and dismissed the appeal of Martin Shefsky in a fight for control of the board of directors of California Gold Mining Inc.
Canada
10 May 2016
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Feeling Oppressed? Not If It's From A Breach Of Contract, Says Court Of Appeal
In Shefsky v. California Gold Mining Inc., the Alberta Court of Appeal (Court) upheld the chambers judge's decision and dismissed the appeal of Martin Shefsky in a fight for control of the board...
Canada
6 May 2016
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Legal Trends 2016: Restructuring & Insolvency
In Canada, exploration and production (E&P) companies have been among the first to struggle in the new oil economy.
Canada
13 Apr 2016
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EU Bail-In Rules: How Do They Impact Canadian Borrowers?
Article 55 of the BRRD applies to all EU-incorporated banks and credit institutions, certain investment firms as well as their respective branches and subsidiaries located outside of the EEA.
Canada
31 Mar 2016
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Legal Trends 2016: Litigation & Dispute Resolution
In 2016, regulated persons in Canada are increasingly likely to find themselves facing prosecution before tribunals, rather than in courts, and facing significant exposure to monetary penalties in those proceedings.
Canada
29 Mar 2016
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