Let Them Roll: Dispute Settlement Panel Rules in Favour of Canada and Mexico on Automotive Rules of Origin and “Roll-Up” Method under CUSMAJan 24, 2023
Analysis of recent CUSMA panel decision on automotive rules of origin. Use of the roll-up method for core parts was in dispute between Canada, US and Mexico.
Quebec Superior Court Orders That Corporations Must Provide Information to Police – Even Where Data Stored AbroadJan 24, 2023
The Quebec Superior Court rules the American companies may have to produce documents stored abroad to aid in Canadian criminal investigations.
Join us on Thursday, March 2nd for a series of engaging discussions with industry experts who will share valuable insights into regulatory and market issues, concerns and trends.
A recent BC decision has affirmed the position that employee Time Theft is just cause for dismissal.
An update on recent Canadian developments related to plastics and extended producer responsibility
The draft Capital Markets Act grants the OSC broad discretion to deem a crypto asset a security, resulting in a lack of industry certainty as to its application
Cleaning Up Canada’s Auto-Emissions – Canada Announces New Manufacturer Sales Targets to Reach the 2035 Transition to 100% Zero-Emission VehiclesJan 17, 2023
Canada proposes new auto manufacturing targets for zero-emission vehicles beginning for 2026 year models.
The Amendments become effective in April 2023 and will increase the availability of basic rail freight service and performance data, primarily by CN and CP.
Mining firms are vulnerable to cybersecurity attacks but through incident response planning can minimize the risk of exposure.
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