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Clark Wilson LLP | Canada | 4 Nov 2021

Sometimes “corrosion” Just Means “corrosion”: a Return to the Plain Meaning of the Words Used

Last year, we commented on the Ontario Superior Court’s decision in MDS Inc. v Factory…
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Clark Wilson LLP | Canada | 3 Nov 2021

Access Copyright and the Education Sector - Background, Context and What’s Next

As reported in University Affairs on September 7, 2021 (link here) and by the writers here, the dispute between Access Copyright and York University…
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Clark Wilson LLP | Canada | 2 Nov 2021

Constructive Trusts and Certificates of Pending Litigation: Latest Update on Pleading Requirements

In a recent decision Zou v Khatkar, 2021 BCSC 1931, the court revisited the topic of pleading requirements in claiming constructive trust to maintain…
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Clark Wilson LLP | Canada | 2 Nov 2021

BC Government Extends LOTR Filing Deadline

This morning, the Province posted an Information Bulletin announcing that the mandatory filing deadline for pre-existing owners of Certain Interests…
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Clark Wilson LLP | Canada | 1 Nov 2021

LOTR for Trusts and Estates

This article is posted as an important update for owners of real estate in BC. On November 30, 2020, the Province introduced new legislation called…
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Clark Wilson LLP | Canada | 25 Oct 2021

Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act

Last week, the BC Government introduced new legislation that, if passed, represents a significant change to the way in which BC public bodies process…
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Clark Wilson LLP | Canada | 8 Oct 2021

BC Supreme Court Weighs in on the Effect of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Employment Agreements

The British Columbia recently released its reasons in Verigen v. Ensemble Travel Ltd., 2021 BCSC 1934 addressing a layoff turned termination that…
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Clark Wilson LLP | Canada | 13 Sep 2021

The Opportunities and Challenges of Applying Common Law Principles to a Multicultural Nation

The common law legal system builds upon itself, with the higher courts setting precedent for the lower courts and so on. As society evolves, so too…
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Clark Wilson LLP | Canada | 29 Mar 2016

CSA amends early warning reporting requirements

The Canadian Securities Administrators announced amendments to the early warning reporting regime which will apply where a party's total holdings of a reporting issuer's securities reaches 10% or more. Under the amendments, once a shareholder reaches the 10% threshold it must issue and file a press release and file a report within set timeframes.
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Clark Wilson LLP | Canada | 26 Nov 2013

BC Hydro's integrated resource plan released

Today, at long last, BC Hydro released its intergrated resource plan. BC Hydro advises on its website that it has been accepted by Government. Click…
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