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Guide to Doing Business in Canada: Privacy law

Canada - October 14 2016 Privacy is important to Canadians. With advances in technology, organizations are collecting, storing, transferring and disclosing more personal

Monetary consequences for falsely alleging patent infringement

Canada - November 21 2016 The Federal Court released a decision on Nov. 17, 2016 regarding two patent actions that were heard together.1 The actions were between Advantage

Mennillo v. Intramodal Inc. Resigning as director may entail forfeiting shares

Canada - November 22 2016 In last Friday’s decision regarding shareholder disputes, the majority of the Supreme Court of Canada in Mennillo v. Intramodal Inc., 2016 SCC 51

Public registers and the right to privacy

European Union, France, United Kingdom - November 10 2016 Publicly accessible registers have come under fire in France and the country's public trust register was ruled unconstitutional in a recent Constitutional Council decision

New record-keeping requirements for Ontario land owners

Canada - November 16 2016 Ontario corporations that hold a legal or beneficial interest in real property in Ontario will soon be subject to more onerous record keeping

Court-approved arrangements revisited: Alberta Court of Appeal hits potential curveball from Marquee Energy Ltd. out of play

Canada - November 30 2016 The Alberta Court of Appeal has overturned a controversial decision of the Alberta Court of Queen's Bench regarding court-approved arrangements in

How Much Time Does a Condo Have to Register a Lien ? (Part 2)

Canada - November 29 2016 In Ontario, condominium corporations can register liens against the unit of an owner who defaults in paying his or her common expenses. Once the lien

Cuba, post-Castro: What happens now?

Cuba, USA - November 28 2016 It’s no surprise that the death of Fidel Castro has been heralded as an enormously political event with deep historic symbolism. However, it’s not

Mennillo v. Intramodal Inc. Resigning as director may entail forfeiting shares

Canada - November 22 2016 In last Friday’s decision regarding shareholder disputes, the majority of the Supreme Court of Canada in Mennillo v. Intramodal Inc., 2016 SCC 51

Condominium Declaration, By-laws and Rules: What’s the Difference?

Canada - November 22 2016 I was speaking this weekend at a Condominium Director’s Course given by CCI-Eastern Ontario. One of the participants asked me to explain the