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Bennett Jones LLP | Canada | 29 Jul 2019

Legal Privilege, Email and the Continuum of Communication

Solicitor-client privilege extends not only to legal advice provided directly to a client, but to the whole "continuum of communications" in which


Bennett Jones LLP | Canada | 19 Jul 2019

Supreme Court to Consider Enforceability of Consequences Imposed Upon Insolvency

The Supreme Court of Canada recently granted leave to appeal from the Alberta Court of Appeal's decision in Capital Steel Inc v Chandos Construction


Bennett Jones LLP | Canada | 26 Jun 2019

Confidential Arbitrations Are Not Always Confidential

In its recent decision, Flock Estate v Flock, 2019 ABCA 194, the Alberta Court of Appeal considered the extent to which evidence and submissions


Bennett Jones LLP | Canada | 7 Jun 2019

UCP Introduces Changes to the Alberta Employment Standards Code and the Alberta Labour Relations Code

On May 27, 2019, the United Conservative Party introduced Bill 2: An Act to Make Alberta Open for Business. Once enacted, Bill 2 will amend the


Bennett Jones LLP | Canada | 3 Jun 2019

Operators May Reduce Annual Compensation Under Surface Lease Agreements

On March 19, 2019, the Alberta Court of Queen's Bench (ABQB) ruled in Karve Energy Inc. v Drylander Ranch Ltd., 2019 ABQB 298 that the Surface Rights


Bennett Jones LLP | Canada | 6 May 2019

A New Government in Alberta: What it means for businesses and investors

A new provincial government was elected in Alberta on April 16, 2019. The United Conservative Party (UCP) won a strong majority led by Jason Kenney


Bennett Jones LLP | USA, Canada | 13 Mar 2019

When Is It Too Late to Sue for Environmental Contamination? The ABCA Rules

On February 6, 2019, the Alberta Court of Appeal (ABCA) released its first ever decision on section 218 of the Environmental Protection and


Bennett Jones LLP | United Kingdom, Canada | 7 Mar 2019

Not All Breaches of Contract Are Created Equal

A breach of contract that deprives the innocent party of "substantially the whole benefit of the contract" gives the innocent party the option to


Bennett Jones LLP | Canada | 27 Feb 2019

Discouraging Family Fights from the Grave

If you are a beneficiary in a will that contains a no-contest clause, and you don't like what the will directs, be careful before you question its


Bennett Jones LLP | Canada | 20 Feb 2019

ABQB Clarifies Test for Lifting the Stay to Replace an Insolvent Operator

The Alberta Court of Queen's Bench has issued several conflicting decisions on whether a stay of proceedings in an insolvency matter should be

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