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Appealing a Stay of Your Arbitral Award? Make Sure You're in the Right Place.

Canada - February 8 2018 After an arbitral award has been issued in a commercial dispute, the parties have limited rights to appeal the award or bring an application to set...


Seeking a Corporate Oppression Remedy? Make Sure Your Hands Are “Clean”.

Canada - January 8 2018 It has been nearly ten years since the Supreme Court of Canada set out the legal framework for a corporate oppression claim in BCE Inc. v. 1976...


Is An Expert Diagnosis Required to Prove Mental Injury?

Canada - December 7 2017 In an action for negligence, a plaintiff may make a claim for mental injury resulting from the defendant's conduct. For years, the common law has...


Want to Appeal a Commercial Arbitration Award? Make Sure You Secure Broad Rights of Appeal

Canada - November 14 2017 One of the main purposes of commercial arbitration is to provide the parties with a final and binding resolution of their dispute. For this reason...


Should Security for Costs Motions be Treated Differently when a Foreign Judgment is Involved?

Canada - October 10 2017 An order for security for costs can be made for a range of reasons. Its primary purpose is to give protection to the moving party by ensuring funds...