On December 8 2020 Ontario passed Bill 118 amending the Occupiers Liability Act and shortening the notice period in slip and fall claims from 2 years to 60 days
Refinitiv announced that the calculation and publication of the 6-month and 12-month tenors of CDOR would cease indefinitely effective as of May 17, 2021.
Canadian Securities Administrators Seek Input on Activist Short Selling Activities
CIPO is now taking requests to expedite the examination of Canadian trademark applications related to COVID-19 goods and services.
Keeping the CPTPP as a Spare Tire: The New and Different Automotive Rules of Origin Under the CUSMA and the CPTPPDec 16, 2020
USMCA, CUSMA, T-MEC, CPTPP, Free Trade Agreements, Automotive Industry, International Trade, Duties, Global Affairs Canada.
Sick, Lies, and Questionnaire: Arbitrators Uphold Terminations of Employees who Breached COVID-19 Safety ProtocolsDec 9, 2020
Two recent labour arbitration decisions held that attending work in breach of employer COVID protocols can lead to termination for cause.
"The Risk of Red Herrings": Failing to provide evidence of misconduct leads to punitive damages
Canada Legally Commits to Net-Zero Emissions by 2050
The International Comparative Legal Guide (ICLG) - Cybersecurity Canada 2021 guide covers common issues in cybersecurity laws and regulations.
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