Woman making a frame around the sun with her hands at sunrise
Woman making a frame around the sun with her hands at sunrise
Woman making a frame around the sun with her hands at sunrise
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Trademark (not) Assigned

Feb 4, 2020

An executed assignment agreement is not necessarily determinative of whether a trademark has truly been transferred from one party to another.

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Canadians are Friendlier: Shareholder Proposal Regime in the U.S. Could Soon Be More Restrictive

Feb 4, 2020

As the Securities Exchange Commission seeks to change the shareholder proposal regime in the U.S., we compare the proposed amendments to the Canadian regime.

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Getting the Deal Through – Cartel Regulation 2020

Feb 3, 2020

Cartel activity is the top enforcement priority for virtually every competition agency. Leniency programs continue to evolve and coordination between agencies on international cases is increasing.

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Canadian Competition Act and Investment Canada Act

Feb 3, 2020

Canadian Competition Act and Investment Canada Act

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The Supreme Court of Canada Will Revisit the Duty of Good Faith Six Years After Bhasin

Jan 31, 2020

The authors discuss two appeals to the Supreme Court of Canada regarding the scope and nature of the contratual duty of good faith.

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New Transparency Requirements: Private Companies in British Columbia Now Required to Collect and Disclose Shareholder Information

Jan 31, 2020

Amendments to British Columbia Business Corporations Act require all privately held companies to maintain transparency registers of all significant individuals.

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Stop the Spread: What Employers Need to Know About Coronavirus in the Workplace

Jan 29, 2020

As Canada confirms its first cases of the Coronavirus, we remind employers and employees of their rights and responsibilities in the workplace.

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We Do Not Think It Means What You Think It Means: The Ontario Court of Appeal Addresses Incentive Compensation Plans in O’Reilly v. IMAX Corporation

Jan 28, 2020

Ontario Court of Appeal comments on the interpretation of incentive pay clauses: A cautionary tale for employers.

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Inadequate Workplace Harassment Investigation Results in $75,000 Damage Award

Jan 28, 2020

A recent decision of the Manitoba Human Rights Commission emphasizes the importance of developing a clear plan at the outset of a workplace investigation.