This article considers recent Federal Court jurisprudence with respect to the claiming of compound interest.
This article discusses the treatment of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) as securities and related regulatory considerations in Canada.
Canadian regulators affirm their position on 'crypto trading platforms' through CSA Staff Notice 21-329 and subsequent enforcement action.
McMillan commentary on the Capital Markets Modernization Taskforce's recommendations regarding Enforcement and Enhancing Investor Protection.
A high-level overview of secondary market class actions under the Ontario Securities.
The FCA re-affirms the Kellogg and Clopay decisions regarding the Federal Court's ability to interpret contracts. For more details, please read the bulletin.
The Federal Court of Appeal confirms the application of the appellate standard of review framework to trademark opposition board decisions.
Any current or aspiring director or officer of a Canadian-listed company with operations in Asia, South America, Africa and Eastern Europe will find this presentation of eminent value.
June 17, 2020 - 9:00 am to 10:00 am ET
The Ontario Court of Appeal's decision in Ontario Securities Commission v. Tiffin provides guidance on what constitutes a "security" and custodial sentences.
This piece explores the likely impact of COVID-19 on white-collar crime issues in Canada and how regulators are reacting to the pandemic.
All levels of Canadian government are taking extraordinary steps in response to the public health emergency of COVID-19.
This article addresses challenges in using Canada's courts to deal with trademark infringement matters during the COVID-19 pandemic
An outline of the potential consequences to continuing to operate a business ordered to close by the governments of Quebec and Ontario.
Ontario Securities Commission provides new guidance regarding the role and responsibilities of a special committee in a conflicted going private transaction.
"The Ontario Securities Commission's decision on insider trading and importance of clear, convincing and cogent
Cryptocurrency is not necessarily a “security” under Canadian securities law.
On June 17, 2019 major changes to Canada’s Trademarks Act will come into force.
The recent Federal Court of Appeal decision in Cosmetic Warriors Limited v Riches, McKenzie & Herbert LLP  ("Cosmetic Warriors") revisits what constitutes “use” of a trademark in the normal course of trade.
A company contacted by the Enforcement Branch of the Ontario Securities Commission (“Commission”) is often unfamiliar with the context of the document that it has received.
It is generally safe to assume that records given to government institutions will be subject to freedom of information/access to information legislation.
June 15, 2018, Supreme Court upheld the Ontario and British Columbia Law Societies' decisions to deny accreditation to TWU's proposed law school, a 7-2 decision
The recent Supreme Court of Canada decision in Highwood Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses (Judicial Committee) v. Wall holds that judges have no business
The Supreme Court's decision will have important implications on parties who find themselves appealing a tribunal or administrative decision.
New statutory cause of action added to Ontario's securities legislation, meaning that reprisal claims by whistleblowers may be filed in court or through arbitration.
McMillan LLP's Intellectual Property group welcomes readers into 2018. Our gift is a top 10 list of trademark cases from Canadian case law from 2017
Could Donald Trump Make America Great Again In Canada?
New Federal Court Notice on Trial Management Guidelines
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As organizations are increasing their investment in data safeguards, McMillan’s Privacy Group would like to help our clients understand their core privacy, data protection and cybersecurity obligations and related legal issues.
November 3, 2016 - 7:30 am to 12:30 pm EST
Standard of Review Reform: Maybe Another Time?
Judicial Review "Through the Looking Glass": Issue-By-Issue Analysis
When Does Access Become Frivolous?
Equitable Remedies at Tribunals? Only if Statutory
The Emaciation of Ontario's Labour Relations Board and Human Rights Tribunal
What Fair is Fair? The Duty of Fairness Owed to RFP Proponents
The Competition Tribunal Can Be Reviewed On Correctness