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Ontario court recognizes new privacy tort “publication of embarrassing private facts”

Canada - January 28 2016 In Doe 464533 v. X (Doe 464533), the Ontario Superior Court of Justice (Court) found civil liability for the online publication of an intimate video…

Co-authors: Thomas Lipton.


Competition, antitrust & foreign investment group - 2015 report from Canada

Canada - January 22 2016 The Blakes Competition, Antitrust & Foreign Investment group 2015 Report from Canada corresponds with a historic moment in Canada for competition law…

Co-authors: Jeff W. Galway, Anne Glover, Jason Gudofsky, Catherine Beagan Flood, Brian A. Facey.


Blakes Competition, Antitrust & Foreign Investment group report from Canada

Canada - February 12 2015 Among the most notable developments since our last report was the release by the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) of its first merger decision in…

Co-authors: Jeff W. Galway, Anne Glover, Jason Gudofsky, Catherine Beagan Flood, Brian A. Facey.


SCC: wide swath of public servants’ records can be shielded from disclosure

Canada - May 13 2014 In a unanimous ruling in John Doe v. Ontario (Finance), the Supreme Court of Canada found that the "advice or recommendations" exemption in Ontario's…

Co-authors: Nickolas Tzoulas.


Outside the private arbitration box: Ontario arbitrator orders public hearing

Canada - April 23 2014 An Ontario arbitrator recently ordered an arbitration proceeding under the provincial Arbitration Act be held in public. This is an unusual outcome…

Co-authors: Max Shapiro.

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