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Bill C-86 Set To Strengthen Financial Consumer Protection
The Budget Implementation Act, 2018, No. 2, Bill C-86 (Bill), was introduced in the House of Commons on October 29.
Canada
18 Jan 2019
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Bill C-86 Proposes To Overhaul Bank Act Consumer Provisions
Bill C-86, Budget Implementation Act, 2018, No. 2 (Bill), was introduced in the House of Commons on October 29.
Canada
6 Nov 2018
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Understanding California's New Consumer Privacy Law
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) will grant California residents new privacy rights when it takes effect on January 1, 2020...
Canada
5 Sep 2018
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Le Système De Surcompensation Dans Les Actions Collectives Déposées Au Québec En Matière De Protection Du Consommateur
Sylvie Rodrigue, associée, et Marie-Ève ​​Gingras, sociétaire sénior, ont écrit un article intitulé « The Overcompensation Scheme in Québec Consumer Protection Class Actions » ...
Canada
27 Jul 2018
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The Overcompensation Scheme In Québec Consumer Protection Class Actions
Partner Sylvie Rodrigue and senior associate Marie-Ève Gingras have written a piece called "The Overcompensation Scheme in Québec Consumer Protection Class Actions" ...
Canada
26 Jul 2018
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Is It Still Possible To Challenge A Class Action In Québec At The Authorization Stage?
In 2016, the Québec Court of Appeal has allowed no less than five appeals from judgments that refused to authorize class actions.
Canada
28 Nov 2016
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Bill C-29 Proposes To Overhaul Bank Act Consumer Provisions
On October 25, 2016, Bill C-29, Budget Implementation Act, 2016, No. 2 (the Bill), was introduced in the House of Commons.
Canada
8 Nov 2016
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FCAC: More Transparency In Merchant-Acquirer Agreements To Protect Merchants
On July 29, the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (the FCAC) published final versions of three guidance documents to assist with the implementation of new disclosure requirements set out in the April 2015 update...
Canada
19 Aug 2016
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Proposed New Canadian Product Safety Law Aims To Raise Safety Standards
Bill C-6, the Canada Consumer Product Safety Act (CCPSA), aims to strengthen Canadian consumer product safety law by establishing a broad prohibition against manufacturing, importing, advertising or selling consumer products that pose an unreasonable danger to human health or safety.
Canada
8 Dec 2009
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Canada´s New Guidelines For Claiming Consumer Products Are Eco-Friendly
The environment is on the minds of consumers these days. And in response, a multitude of products and services claiming to be green or eco-friendly are stacking supermarket aisles.
Canada
3 Nov 2008
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Restrictions Relaxed On Advertising Certain Drugs As Preventatives For Schedule A Diseases
Section 3 of the Food and Drugs Act prohibits the advertisement, to the general public, of a food, drug, cosmetic or medical device as a preventative, treatment or cure for certain diseases, disorders and abnormal physical states.
Canada
19 Mar 2008
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New Rules for Labeling and Importation of Cosmetics in Canada
Canada’s Cosmetic Regulations were amended in November 2004 to require the listing of ingredients on cosmetics sold in Canada.
Canada
2 Feb 2006
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New Swords and Shields: The Canadian Regulatory Approval Process and Novel Claims and Defences in Product Liability Litigation
The regulatory approval process for biologics, pharmaceuticals and medical devices continues to give rise to novel claims and defences against manufacturers and regulatory authorities in Canada. This article highlights recent court decisions and pharmaceutical product liability issues.
Canada
9 Nov 2005
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New Canadian Consumer Advertising Guidelines for Marketed Health Products
Health Canada, in collaboration with Advertising Standards Canada, has developed draft Consumer Advertising Guidelines for Marketed Health Products (Guidelines).
Canada
3 Nov 2005
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Are Canadian and U.S. Banks Fit to Be Tied?
In both Canada and the United States, it is common for banks to provide customers with incentives to purchase multiple products.
Canada
25 Oct 2005
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e-Commerce and Ontario’s New Consumer Protection Law
Ontario’s new Consumer Protection Act, 2002 (CPA) imposes new obligations on suppliers and gives new rights to consumers who conduct business on the Internet.
Canada
19 May 2005
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Are Canadian Banks Fit to Be Tied?
In both Canada and the United States it is common for banks to provide customers with incentives to purchase multiple products.
Canada
 
13 Dec 2004
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Be Careful What You Wish For: A Canadian Perspective on Direct-to-Consumer Advertising And The ‘Learned Intermediary’ Rule
"Our medical-legal jurisprudence is based on images of health care that no longer exist."
Canada
 
7 Sep 2004
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