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Cybersecurity Guidance for Small and Medium Size Enterprises

Canada, USA - January 12 2017 Cyber risk management is important for organizations of all kinds and sizes. Small and medium size enterprises are increasingly being targeted by

Koh v Ellipsiz Communications Ltd: The "Personal Grievance" Exception under the OBCA

Canada - January 13 2017 In Koh v Ellipsiz Communications Ltd, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice ("OSCJ") denied an application for a declaration brought by Tat Lee Koh

In-camera board meetings what are they good for?

Canada - June 29 2011 Most people involved in organizations know that board meetings should be held regularly in order to ensure proper governance and adequate communication opportunities within the organization

A New Compulsory Insurance Scheme for Vessels Carrying Passengers

Canada - January 17 2017 Right before the holidays, on December 24, 2016, the Government of Canada gave notice under Part 1 of the Canada Gazette of new proposed regulations

Alberta Investor Tax Credit Opens for Business

Canada - January 16 2017 On December 15, 2016, the Government of Alberta ("Government") released guidelines providing details of the Alberta Investor Tax Credit ("AITC"

Municipality Slides Away from Liability

Canada - January 23 2017 In Martin et al v. the City of Barrie et al, 2016 ONSC 7830, the Ontario Superior Court found that the defendants were not liable for injuries

Municipality Slides Away from Liability

Canada - January 23 2017 In Martin et al v. the City of Barrie et al, 2016 ONSC 7830, the Ontario Superior Court found that the defendants were not liable for injuries

Court of Appeal Confirms Test for Motions to Set Aside Orders Dismissing Actions for Delay

Canada - January 20 2017 In February 2016, the Superior Court of Justice dismissed a plaintiff's motion to set aside a registrar's dismissal order. That decision was recently

Good Tactics or Bad Faith: The Divisive Issue of Sandbagging in M&A

Canada, USA - January 19 2017 There are few issues in a private M&A transaction as potentially divisive as the treatment of "sandbagging" in the purchase agreement. "Sandbagging"

Supreme Court Updates - Intellectual Property Weekly Abstracts - Week of January 16, 2017

Canada - January 18 2017 The Supreme Court of Canada announced that judgment in this application for leave to appeal will be delivered on Thursday, January 19, 2017. The