The Ontario Court of Appeal recently held that an employer’s past practice of laying off employees may not constitute an implied term permitting layoffs.
An overview of the new integrated records filing system, SEDAR+, launching June 13, 2023.
The Sky is the Limit: B.C. Court of Appeal Upholds $2 Million Summary Judgment Award for Breach of ContractApr 20, 2023
British Columbia Court of Appeal upholds British Columbia Supreme Court $2 million summary judgment award for breach of contract.
AI in Financial Services: Joint OSFI and GRI Report Highlights Need for Safeguards and Risk Management as a Prelude to Enhanced OSFI GuidanceApr 19, 2023
This bulletin discusses the joint report released by OSFI and GRI on the ethical, legal, and financial implications of AI on financial services institutions.
Indemnity Agreement for Costs of Enforcing on Security Undermined by an Exercise of Judicial DiscretionApr 18, 2023
A recent decision of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice appears to expand the circumstances in which courts will disregard full indemnity for costs clauses
We explore the three primary situations in which a landowner can be held civilly liable for environmental contamination on or sourced in its property.
Two recent cases from the Ontario Superior Court demonstrate judicial intolerance for parties amending pleadings years after an action has commenced.
Summary of ISED's AIDA companion policy and key takeaways for business involved in developing and using artificial intelligence (AI) systems
Client News Alert: Ontario Introduces Bill 97 and Says Goodbye Growth Plan, Hello New PPS – Bill 97 and the new Proposed Provincial Planning StatementApr 12, 2023
Further changes have been proposed to Ontario's land use planning regime, which will collapse the Growth Plan and Provincial Policy Statement into one document
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