In this issue of Intellectual Property Brief, Matt Thurlow comments on the punitive damage awards in recent copyright and trademark infringement cases. Then Dean Melamed discusses statutory amendments to aid IP licensees. Mark…more
In this issue of Commercial Litigation Brief, Mark
Wiffen begins by discussing some best practices
for limiting the potential liability that can arise
from a business’ use of credit reporting agencies.
Glenn Grenier then…more
Jeremy Shelford reviews the Ontario Securities
Commission reasons for judgment on the HudBay
and Lundin matter, and how they will affect the
acquisition of any TSX company. John Conway
discusses the results of the Canadian…more
In this issue of the Lang Michener Corporate Insurance Brief, James Musgrove, Frank Palmay, Daniel Edmondstone
and Hartley Lefton begin by outlining the
regulatory issues relevant to insurance mergers,
particularly in a…more
LAW NOTES cover a wide gamut from China, as a non-market economy, to the nitty-gritty of dealing with older workers.
Shareholder rights, property rights, union counter moves, overtime claims and a possible GST exemption make…more
In our first article, Matthew German considers what
actions tenants can take and what documents can be
pursued to better protect their lease positions. Damon
Chisholm then reviews a recent case in respect of
In this issue of IP Brief, Rosamaria Longo explains how companies may inadvertently infringe on patents when utilizing a comparative advertising campaign. Then, Peter Wells clarifies the details of the now-lifted “ban” on stem…more
George Waggott reviews how the alleged unfair
labour practices of a national company could have
consequences beyond the provincial borders where
the allegations arose.
Karen Carteri discusses a recent Labour Relations
In this inaugural issue of Environment, Energy & Emissions Trading Brief, Henry Krupa provides a synopsis of Ontario’s Green Energy and Green Economy Act, which will foster renewable energy projects and promote energy…more
In this issue, Mark Richardson discusses some considerations
related to when and how an income fund might convert to a corporation; Andrew Tam outlines recent proposals by the CSA for a new insider reporting regime; and…more
In this issue we review the fundamental changes to the Competition Act which came into effect on March 12, 2009.
These amendments materially alter the conspiracy law, which has been the basis of Canada’s competition law for…more
In this issue, we address the much debated
“Buy American” provision of the U.S. stimulus
package. This issue will also inform readers
on current Hot Topics in international trade law,
• Recently introduced trade…more
In this issue of IP Brief, Christos Gazeas reviews the
changes to the disclosure requirements for public
companies relating to material contracts involving
Mark S. Mitchell reviews three cases where…more
In This Issue
LAW NOTES discuss a number of topics
including the fiduciary duty of directors,
shareholder approval and new Internet
domains that can be used to provide customers,
colleagues and family with…more
On Friday, February 6, 2009 the Government tabled its Implementation Bill with respect to its January 27, 2009 Budget. In this Alert, James Musgrove discusses the Competition Act amendments which are significant.
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