This bulletin summarizes a recent decision confirming the liability of a regional county municipality for damage caused by a watercourse.
Communication is Key: Cooperation Between Canadian Exporters and European Union Importers Will Be Essential to Operate Under the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism RegulationOct 4, 2023
The European Union's pathbreaking Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism expects Canadian exporters to closely monitor their embedded carbon in exported goods.
Review of the differences between the third draft and final draft of the Derivatives Business Conduct Rule.
"Export Enforcement Five", which includes Canada, has released new guidelines aimed at limiting Russian export controls and sanctions evasion.
New proposed changes to Investment Canada Act include significant new rules for state-owned enterprises, asset acquisitions, and net-benefit test.
Hotel faces employees' class action over employment benefit changes.
“Mend your speech a little, lest it may mar your fortunes”: Are Employee Defamation Cases A Fool’s Errand?Sep 27, 2023
This bulletin discusses the recent decision in Williams v. Vac Developments Limited regarding gag defamation proceedings commenced by employers.
The concept of overholding is often misunderstood and deserves more attention in commercial leases, given the significant consequences for landlords and tenants.
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