The third volume of the Competition Inspections in 21 Jurisdictions brings together distinguished practitioners from around the world to provide an in-depth analysis of the legal and practical aspects of competition inspections.
Compelled testimony provided to the OSC is confidential. But what happens when Commission Staff discloses testimony without complying with the Securities Act?
NI 43-101 - The CSA seeks feedback from stakeholders on the efficacy of the mineral disclosure framework and the appropriateness of changing the regime.
Growth Funding Tools (GFTs); City of Toronto publishes drafts of its new Development Charges, Community Benefits Charges, and Parkland Dedication By-laws
Propsharing and Fractional Real Estate Investing in Canada
The Court in Kwong v. iAnthus denied a plaintiff's request for documentary discovery before he obtained leave to bring a secondary market securities action.
Research Partnerships Webinar: Canada and International Partnerships – How Do National Security and Geopolitical Considerations Affect the Ability and Desire to Engage in Cross-border Research Collaboration?
In this webinar, we will explore how international research partnerships intersect with domestic and international security concerns, as well as how geopolitics plays a role in the ability and thus desire of individuals and institutions to engage in international research partnerships. We will ask both Canadian and American academics to share their insights and thoughts on what happens when academic interests and security concerns collide.
Cybersecurity Webinar: A New World Order – Cybersecurity Risks, Mitigation Strategies and Opportunities for Canadians in a Rapidly Changing Global Environment
We are more reliant on technology today than ever before. It impacts all facets of modern life, including by enabling communication, automation, transportation and analytics. While technology offers powerful solutions to facilitate and expedite our daily routines, it can also be a key vulnerability with respect to the protection of sensitive data including personal, professional and/or proprietary information.
In this webinar, we are privileged to hear from experts with an array of professional backgrounds as they offer insight into the macro and micro implications of cybersecurity and discuss best practices for protecting private information.
In Pine Valley Enterprises, the Ontario Court of Appeal confirms that exclusion clauses are not effective unless they use "explicit, clear and direct" language.
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