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Supreme Court requires warrant to search computer content

Canada - November 11 2013 The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled that warrants to search premises must expressly authorize the police to search computers found therein, in...

Jack Coop.

Canada’s Supreme Court reshapes consumer class actions and clarifies the test for certification across Canada

Canada - October 31 2013 Earlier today, the Supreme Court of Canada released a trilogy of long-awaited class certification rulings that realigned the ground rules for the...

Christopher Naudie, Evan Thomas, Sylvain Lussier, Sandeep J. Joshi.

Changes to bureau enforcement policies signal new aggressive stance

Canada - September 26 2013 Canada's Competition Bureau (Bureau) today announced substantial revisions to their immunity and leniency policies' FAQs. While the fundamental...

Peter Franklyn, Peter Glossop.

Competition Bureau imposes record-setting bid-rigging fines, but jurisdictional questions remain

Canada - April 23 2013 In cases heard barely two weeks apart, Canada's Competition Bureau obtained record-setting fines against two Japanese auto parts suppliers that...

Peter Franklyn, Michelle Lally.

Supreme Court tightens conspiracy liability rules: implications for antitrust criminal cases

Canada - March 6 2013 On March 1, 2013, the Supreme Court of Canada released an important ruling on the scope of criminal conspiracy in Canada and significantly restricted...

Christopher Naudie, Michelle Lally.