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The Enforceability of Penalties in Private Contracts

Canada - June 12 2017 Private parties entering into a contract may be unaware of the likelihood of a penalty provision being enforced by a court upon one party breaching

Ontario Municipal Board to decide if “bad faith” argument can be used in Hamilton ward boundary appeal

Canada - August 3 2017 The Ontario Municipal Board will decide next month whether opponents to the Hamilton city council’s February decision to approve a revised ward

Province Announces Date for Implementation of Condo Law Changes

Canada - August 16 2017 The Ministry of Government and Consumer Services has provided an update on the implementation dates for a number of the new amendments that have been

Why Trust?

USA - May 31 2017 Trust me, trusts are a remarkably flexible legal structure that can provide numerous benefits when properly used. Trusts can protect assets from

Province Proposes to Replace the 111-Year-Old Ontario Municipal Board with a new Local Planning Appeal Tribunal

Canada - May 19 2017 Since mid-2016, the Province has been undertaking a review of the Ontario Municipal Board ("OMB"). On May 16, 2017, highlights of the proposed major

Province Announces Date for Implementation of Condo Law Changes

Canada - August 16 2017 The Ministry of Government and Consumer Services has provided an update on the implementation dates for a number of the new amendments that have been

Ontario Municipal Board to decide if “bad faith” argument can be used in Hamilton ward boundary appeal

Canada - August 3 2017 The Ontario Municipal Board will decide next month whether opponents to the Hamilton city council’s February decision to approve a revised ward

Fate of proposed Burlington condos now in hands of OMB

Canada - July 21 2017 Does The Nautique, 26-story mixed-used condo proposal on Martha Street represent overintensification in Burlington's downtown, or is it an appropriate

Are You Castle-Ready

Canada - June 19 2017 The Canadian anti-spam legislation, or CASL for short (pronounced “Castle”) was approved by the federal House of Commons in 2010 to regulate the use

The Enforceability of Penalties in Private Contracts

Canada - June 12 2017 Private parties entering into a contract may be unaware of the likelihood of a penalty provision being enforced by a court upon one party breaching