Where parties in international arbitration come from different legal jurisdictions, disputes over what is privileged can be complicated by
It is quite common for employers to include in an employment contract the possibility of unilateral waiver of the application of a non-compete
Recent state court decisions throughout the Gulf Coast help clarify the law of insurance. Many of these cases deal with disputes arising in the
Deferred Prosecution Agreements (DPAs) are sentencing agreements negotiated between a prosecution authority and a corporation charged with an offence
In response to the steady expansion of worldwide antitrust investigations on "civil" (i.e., non-criminal) matters - whether in the context of merger
In a recent decision, the Quebec Court of Appeal ruled for the first time that an employer can waive the notice given by an employee who resigns
On 12 June 2012, the Supreme Court of Victoria held that legal privilege over instructions and facts forming the basis of an expert report is impliedly waived upon the filing of that expert report in a proceeding.
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice recently handed down the first-ever trial decision in a product liability class action in Canada.
On June 26, 2012, Justice Lax of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice released her decision in Andersen v St. Jude. It is the first ever trial decision in a product liability class action in Canada.
The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) recently released the final version of the following forms (the Forms), which are intended to assist Canadian resident payors who make certain payments to non-residents of Canada in determining the non-resident payee’s eligibility for a reduced rate of withholding tax under a tax treaty between Canada and the non-resident’s country of residence.