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WeirFoulds LLP | Canada | 14 May 2020

Rectification on the Basis of Implied Terms and Business Efficacy

The Ontario Court of Appeal recently reviewed the law applicable to rectification claims and the interpretation of contracts in 2484234 Ontario Inc. v…

Aird & Berlis LLP | Aird & McBurney LP | Canada | 13 May 2020

The Law of Deposits

The law regarding standard real estate transactions is or should be straightforward. Unfortunately, courts — and particularly…

Cox & Palmer | Canada | 9 Apr 2020

Using Henson Trusts to Plan for a Family Member with a Disability

Using a trust to provide for a special needs family member provides a way of maintaining control of assets in the hands of responsible persons, for…

McCarthy Tétrault LLP | Canada, USA | 25 Mar 2020

To stay or not to stay? B.C Supreme Court grants a stay and finds arbitration clause contained in a standard form contract to be valid

In a recent case brought before the British Columbia Supreme Court, Williams v. Amazon, the Court had to determine the validity of an arbitration…

Bennett Jones LLP | Canada | 23 Mar 2020

COVID-19: How the Suspension of Court Operations is Affecting Civil Litigation

Courts across Canada are limiting hearings due to the rapidly evolving novel COVID-19 outbreak. Courts in each jurisdiction are responding…

Gowling WLG | Canada | 17 Mar 2020

Access to affordable housing: The overlooked benefit of municipal property tax exemptions

Affordable housing is dominating the headlines in the media, proclaiming that Canadians are currently in the midst of an affordable housing crisis…

Borden Ladner Gervais LLP | Canada | 13 Mar 2020

Material withholding renders life insurance coverage voidable

In Mohammad v. The Manufacturers Life Insurance Company, the Ontario Court of Appeal reversed the lower court's decision that coverage was voidable…

Harper Grey LLP | Canada | 10 Mar 2020

Case Summary: Court of Appeal overturns motion judge, finding claim for disability benefits is statute barred

The insured made a claim for long-term disability benefits due to health problems in 2011. The insurer offered disability benefits by reference to two…

Miller Thomson LLP | Canada | 6 Mar 2020

Occupier’s liability and relationships - troubling times

In Nolet v. Fischer, 2020 ONCA 155, the Ontario Court of Appeal weighed in on a relatively novel occupiers’ liability issue and may have created a…

Fasken | Canada | 27 Feb 2020

To Vest or not to Vest - Stock Options and other Equity-Based Plans in a Wrongful Dismissal Claim

Stock options and restricted share unit (“RSU”) plans, are used by employers to attract, reward and retain employees for the long-term. While these…
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