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Regulation 102 withholding: the new exemption

Canada - April 26 2016 Non-resident employers often send employees to Canada to provide services to Canadian clients, to assist a Canadian affiliate, or to attend

Patent owner’s entitlement to permanent injunction in Canada confirmed

Canada - April 21 2016 In Uponor AB v. Heatlink Group Inc. et al., 2016 FC 320 ("Uponor"), the Federal Court of Canada awarded a permanent injunction after a finding that

Applications for leave to appeal dismissed - 21 April 2016

Canada - April 21 2016 The Alberta Utilities Commission held a Utilities Asset Disposition proceeding and addressed risk for stranded assets; assets no longer used to

Joint Use Agreements: Who Pays for the Share of a Condominium Who Never Gets Developed?

Canada - April 22 2016 Condominium projects are often built in phases, with a single developer dividing a parcel of land between various corporations, some of them only to

Eli Lilly’s Cialis patent withstands double patenting and utility challenges on appeal

Canada - April 26 2016 The Federal Court of Appeal has provided guidance on the law of obviousness-type double patenting in dismissing Mylan’s appeal pertaining to Eli

Applications for leave to appeal granted - 5 May 2016

Canada - May 5 2016 The parties had been bound by a contract of affiliation since 1998. A clause in the contract provided that the contract would be renewed

Applications for leave to appeal dismissed - 5 May 2016

Canada - May 5 2016 In the context of ongoing Nortel CCAA proceedings and parallel proceedings under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code, the applicant

Update: Draft regulations to require "sufficient presence of French" on all outdoor signage in Québec

Canada - May 4 2016 As reported yesterday, the Québec Minister of Culture and Communications and Minister Responsible for the Protection and Promotion of the French

World Bank immunity upheld by Supreme Court of Canada

Canada - May 4 2016 The Supreme Court of Canada has upheld the immunity status and independence of international organizations by rejecting an attempt by a group of

All Québec companies to be targeted by proposed amendments to French signage regulations

Canada - May 3 2016 The Québec Minister of Culture and Communications and Minister Responsible for the Protection and Promotion of the French Language, Hélène David, has