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  1. Important new Supreme Court case recognizes a new principle of good faith in contractual performance and a new duty of “honest performance” of contractual obligations

    Canada - November 17 2014

    In a precedent-setting decision released on November 13, 2014, the Supreme Court of Canada recognized a new common law duty: the “honest performance”

  2. Toronto Financial Services Alliance calls for changes to canadian law to facilitate islamic finance

    Canada - February 2 2012

    The Toronto Financial Services Alliance (TFSA), a public private partnership of federal, provincial and municipal governments and leading financial institutions and entities, has made submissions to the federal and provincial governments as part of the annual pre-budget consultation process

  3. Ebola and Marburg virus: what to do when an employee is about to travel to an affected country?

    Canada - November 12 2014

    New guidelines aimed at forcing travelers returning from West Africa (Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone) to refer to local medical authorities on

  4. Appeal dismissed: despite Registrar’s improper reliance on a “surrounding circumstance”, judge was correct to apply reasonableness standard in face of new evidence filed on appeal

    Canada - November 10 2014

    This was an appeal by Cortefiel, S.A. On the basis that the Federal Court judge made a palpable and overriding error or an error of law in concluding

  5. ISS and Glass Lewis release 2015 Canadian Proxy Voting Guidelines

    Canada - November 13 2014

    Institutional Shareholder Services ("ISS") and Glass, Lewis & Co., LLC ("Glass Lewis"), two leading proxy advisory firms, recently released updated

  1. UCITS in Canada opportunities for growth

    Canada - November 20 2014

    Toronto, November 20, 2014 New streamlined and nationally harmonised regulationand a large pool of potential investors make Canada an attractive

  2. Ontario government re-introduces Broader Public Sector Accountability legislation affecting health sector organizations

    Canada - November 20 2014

    On July 8, 2014, the Ontario government re-introduced Bill 8, formerly Bill 179, which proposes to amend several laws affecting health sector

  3. Highlights of the Speech from the Throne third session of the twenty-eighth legislature November 17th, 2014

    Canada - November 20 2014

    On Monday November 17th, 2014, his Honour the Lieutenant Governor, the Honourable Donald S. Ethell, delivered the Prentice Government’s first Speech

  4. Tax update for charities and Not-for-Profit Organizations

    Canada - November 19 2014

    For the Tax Update, I presented on "A Changing Landscape" for charities and not-for-profit organizations. For charities, recent developments include

  5. Wind turbines and health issues?

    Canada - November 19 2014

    Health Canada, in collaboration with Statistics Canada, launched a multi-year study in July 2012 to explore the relationship between exposure to