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Miller Thomson LLP | Canada | 25 Jun 2010

Professional liability in planning a transaction to sell a company

The Court of Appeal recently rendered a decision in which vendors, before concluding the sale of their company, have required the service of chartered accountants in order to obtain fiscal information as well as assistance completing the projected transaction.

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Miller Thomson LLP | Canada | 27 May 2010

Finlay v. Van Paassen - a registrar’s order dismissing an action will near always be set aside

The action arises out of a motor vehicle accident that occurred October 2003.

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Miller Thomson LLP | Canada | 14 Apr 2010

Expanding definitions of just cause and damages - Alberta court sends strong message

The Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta recently delivered its decision in the case of Soost v. Merrill Lynch Canada Inc., 2009 ABQB 591, which provides insight into the assessment of just cause and has arguably expanded the assessment of damages for wrongful dismissal in certain limited employment relationships.

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Miller Thomson LLP | Canada | 3 Dec 2009

Bankruptcy and insolvency law amendments declared in force

After years of waiting, significant amendments to the Canadian regime of bankruptcy and insolvency law were declared in force as of September 18, 2009 (Amendments).

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Miller Thomson LLP | Canada | 27 Nov 2009

Secret ballots and publically accountable entities a reconsideration

The parliamentary system of government that we inherited from England has, since the earliest times, required that the making of laws governing the people shall be open and visible.

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Miller Thomson LLP | Canada | 13 Nov 2009

R. v. Bruce Power: breach of solicitor-client privilege results in the dismissal of workplace safety charge

Solicitor-client privilege is recognized in Canadian law as a principle of fundamental justice protected by the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

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Miller Thomson LLP | Canada | 20 Oct 2009

Bankruptcy and insolvency law amendments declared in force

Insolvency law amendments were declared in force as of September 18, 2009 (the "Amendments").

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