FSRA Submits Unfair or Deceptive Acts or Practices (UDAP) Rule for ApprovalFeb 9, 2022
The Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario submitted its new Unfair or Deceptive Acts or Practices (UDAP) Rule for final approval.
Conduct Completed? CSA Publishes Third Draft of Derivatives Business Conduct RuleFeb 9, 2022
Analysis of the Third Draft of Proposed National Instrument 93-101 Derivatives: Business Conduct.
Remote Working Arrangements: Tax Planning & PitfallsFeb 8, 2022
Discussion of tax considerations related to remote working arrangements such as appropriate payroll withholding rates and permanent establishment issues.
Merger Notification and Investment Canada Act Thresholds UpdatesFeb 7, 2022
Updates readers concerning the 2022 Canadian merger filing thresholds under the Competition Act and the Investment Canada Act.
Federal Government Accepting Comments on Exemptions to Hours of Work Requirements in Air and Rail Transportation, Banking and Telecommunications SectorsFeb 2, 2022
Employers in transportation, banking and telecommunications sectors have until February 23 to comment on proposed hours of work exemptions.
Due Means Due: Ontario Court Considers Effect of Pandemic Measures on New Class Action Mandatory Dismissal DeadlineFeb 2, 2022
Ontario court upholds automatic dismissal for delay despite temporary suspension of limitations periods and court closures brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fiduciary Duties in Corporate Transactions: Expansion of Director’s Duties to Limited Partnerships & Liability of Knowing (Third Party) AssistantsFeb 2, 2022
The ONCA decision in Extreme Venture Partners Fund I LP v. Varma provides important guidance on acceptable standards of corporate conduct in Canada.
Check Out Time: Court Certifies Class Action for Dismissal of Hotel Employees due to the PandemicFeb 1, 2022
The Supreme Court of British Columbia has certified litigation involving a group of employees terminated for COVID-19 related reasons as a class action
BC’s Court of Appeal Wades into Fairy CreekFeb 1, 2022
A discussion of the recent British Columbia Court of Appeal decision relating to the extension of an interlocutory injunction.
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