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Opa! A Reminder to Employers on the Importance of Proper Investigations

Restaurant employee awarded significant damages for employer's failure to investigate sexual harassment allegations.

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Behind the Screen: Navigating Law Enforcement Requests Post R v. Bykovets

Implications for law enforcement and private online companies responding to law enforcement requests for IP address information following R v. Bykovets.

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Environmental Law: Recent Developments in Canada

Join McMillan on Tuesday, April 16th for a webinar highlighting recent developments in the Canadian environmental law landscape.

Details Tuesday, April 16, 2024
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Capital Markets Tribunal Decision Revisits Private Placements as Defensive Tactics

Mithaq contended that Aimia's private placement was an improper defensive measure aimed at hindering Mithaq's unsolicited take-over for bid for Aimia.

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Administrative Monetary Penalties: Regulators “AMP-ing” up the Pressure on Businesses

Administrative Monetary Penalties are increasingly used to sanction regulatory non-compliance in Canada. What are they and what should you do if faced with one?

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Cancel Print Job: CSA Finalizes Amendments to Allow Non-Investment Fund Reporting Issuers and Dealers to Deliver Prospectuses Electronically

Canadian Securities Administrators have adopted an optional "access equals delivery" model for prospectuses of reporting issuers that are not investment funds.

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The Latest Risk to the BC Natural Resource Sector: Government Uses Little Known Law to Freeze Mining Rights Unless First Nations Consent

BC's government has issued unprecedented orders, to prohibit mining activity in certain areas, unless First Nations consent.

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Canada’s New Policies on Investments in the Interactive Digital Media Sector

On March 1, 2024, the Canadian government introduced new policies to increase scrutiny of foreign investments in Canada's Interactive Digital Media sector.

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Duty to Mitigate Part II – Revenge of the Job Offer

Ontario's Superior Court of Justice found that a terminated employee failed to mitigate by refusing to accept an offer of comparable employment.