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Getting Ready to Take Off: New Rules to Consider When Using Drones on Construction Sites

Canada - June 10 2019 Drones have the potential to be valuable, cost-effective tools on a construction site. They can be employed to: take aerial and infrared images as...

ADRIENNE HO.

Competition Bureau Expresses Serious Concern about Canadian Airline Merger

Canada - March 12 2019 The proposed merger of two northern-Canada focused Airlines, First Air and Canada North, has been criticized by the Competition Bureau. The Bureau...

Denes A. Rothschild.

Transport Canada Announces Changes to the Canadian Aviation Regulations to Address Flight Crew Fatigue

Canada - December 13 2018 According to Transport Canada’s Regulatory Impact Analysis Statement, flight crew member fatigue is a contributing factor in 15 to 20 per cent of...

Robin Squires.

Cleared for take-off: autonomous technology and aviation litigation

USA - August 22 2018 In litigation, aviation defendants often face an uphill battle in persuasively educating the Judge, Jury and (on occasion) opposing counsel as to how...

Soccer Violence and the Occupiers’ Liability Act

Canada - July 10 2018 With the 2018 FIFA World Cup highlights capturing the world’s attention, both good sportsmanship and fake injuries take centre stage. But what if a...

George R. Wray.