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Extreme circumstances: injunctive relief still difficult to obtain in franchise context

Canada - October 4 2018 The Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador decision in MTY Tiki Ming Enterprises v Azmy Enterprises Inc, 2018 NLSC 169 reminds franchisors of the...

Paul Kotschorek.

Responding to changing litigation demands - Canadian Lawyer

USA, Canada - April 30 2018 More and more, litigators in private practice are noticing a trend of larger clients keeping less complicated litigation matters in-house in an effort...

Rescission decision emphasizes potential disclosure exposure

Canada - April 19 2018 In Giroux et al. v. 1073355 Ontario Ltd. et al, 2018 ONSC 143 (Giroux), franchisees sought a declaration, on a summary judgment motion, that they were...

Eleanor Vaughan.

Introductory Guide to Civil Litigation in Ontario

Canada - January 19 2018 In Canada a deposition is called an Examination for Discovery and the scope of oral discovery in Canada is far more limited than that allowed in the...

Jennifer Thompson, Sonia Bjorkquist, Carly Fidler.

Establishing and maintaining privilege during data security incidents

Canada - May 17 2017 When your organization is confronted with a data security incident, it is crucial to establish and maintain privilege during the breach and the...

Éric Préfontaine, Adam Hirsh.