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Ontario government eliminates double reporting for consumer electrical products

Canada - November 13 2013 After two years of regulatory overlap and double reporting to both provincial and federal regulatory bodies, the Ontario government has addressed...

Teresa Dufort.

A "fresh" approach to summary judgment: the Ontario Court of Appeal creates new "full appreciation" test

Canada - December 12 2011 On December 5, 2011, a five-judge panel of the Ontario Court of Appeal released its decision in Combined Air Mechanical Services Inc v Flesch and provided long-awaited guidance on the scope and effect of the recently amended summary judgment rule (Rule 20 of the Ontario Rules of Civil Procedure the "Rules")....

Brad Hanna, FCIArb..

The weakest link: Supreme Court of Canada rules against defamation by hyperlink

Canada - October 26 2011 Internet bloggers and advocates of freedom of expression have reason to celebrate the Supreme Court of Canada's decision in Crookes v. Newton, 2011 SCC 47, which held that merely hyperlinking to defamatory material online, without more, does not constitute publication of that content....

Hilary Clarke.

Whose bank account is it anyway? A bank's right to close an account against the customer's will

Canada - June 24 2011 It is not good business for a bank to tell a customer to move its accounts elsewhere, but banks will occasionally do so....

Lisa Brost, Hilary Clarke.

Canada Consumer Product Safety Act comes into force

Canada - June 21 2011 On June 20, 2011, the Canada Consumer Product Safety Act (the "CCPSA") came into force, introducing a comprehensive new regulatory regime for consumer product safety in Canada...

Lisa Parliament, Teresa Dufort.