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Canadian Lawyer's Top 25 Most Influential 2021 - entries ... Mar 15, 2021  · Each year Canadian Lawyer launches Top 25 Most Influential to determine the best in the justice system and legal profession in Canada.. A place on the list is clear recognition and affirmation of a candidate’s hard work and dedication to rising above the unique challenges that the industry faces.

Boutique Firm Rankings | Canadian Lawyer Canadian Lawyer invites senior lawyers, managing partners and in-house counsel to weigh in on Canada's leading boutiques in a variety of areas of law. Readers are asked to rank their top 10 boutiques from a list selected by our editorial staff.

Convictions restored for two accused in plot to attack Via ... The legislation in the Criminal Code that allowed for both static and rotating triers in trying challenges for cause has since been repealed, says Savard; “the thing that was unexpected and frustrating about this case is that the entire Supreme Court appeal focussed on interpreting legislation that was repealed, well before the Crown sought leave to appeal.”

Can employers require employees to take a COVID vaccine ... Dec 17, 2020  · In some contexts, the argument in favour of employers requiring a vaccine is even stronger. In retail, where workers interact with the public, or long-term-care homes, where they deal with a vulnerable population, if an employee refuses to take the vaccine, their bosses would be within their rights to dismiss that employee without cause, he says.

M&A activity set to improve in 2021 for Canadian oil and ... The COVID-19 pandemic is expected to result in a wave of M&A transactions as the oil and gas industry consolidates to achieve greater efficiencies and stronger balance sheets, says Stikeman Elliott LLP partner Ben Hudy, with much of this consolidation to be affected through insolvency proceedings.

Backing out of a deal | Canadian Lawyer Aug 27, 2018  · Purchasers may regret making an offer on a house, but reneging can be costly. In real estate sales, the doctrine of caveat emptor rules. And although the onus is on the buyer to beware to ensure they know what it is they are buying, the risks for both the buyer and seller in a volatile market can be very real and some just want to get out of the deal.

Federal Court makes clear: Website scraping is illegal ... May 13, 2019  · The Federal Court has clearly laid to rest any question regarding the legality of web scraping. The bottom line for prospective digital companies is: Engaging in unauthorized copying, data scraping, downloading and distributing third-party content without the consent of the original rights holders is illegal under the act; and web scraping is not the basis of a good business or revenue model ...

Remote signing and witnessing of wills to be allowed by ... Aug 13, 2020  · Doug Schweitzer, Alberta’s justice minister and solicitor general, has now issued Ministerial Order 47/2020, called the Remote Signing and Witnessing (Effective Period) Regulation, dated July 15.The regulation sets the duration for the effectivity of the temporary accommodation at two years, or more specifically, for the period from Aug. 15, 2020 to Aug. 15, 2022.

STATEMENT OF CLAIM - 3 - CLAIM . NATURE OF THE ACTION 1. Automobile Insurance in Ontario is mandatory. Every Motor Vehicle Owner in Ontario must purchase Mandatory Insurance if they wish to operate a Motor

Managing contamination in a sale | Canadian Lawyer Jan 29, 2018  · Lawyers have several tools to help buyers mitigate unanticipated environmental issues. Environmental contamination has become an increasing concern in real estate and the resulting liabilities could far exceed the original cost of the property.

Lucille D’Souza reflects on 20 years in the legal team at ... Mar 31, 2021  · Since joining the legal department at Royal Bank of Canada 20 years ago, Lucille D’Souza’s role has changed tremendously. From simply responding to legal issues from her business partners 20 years ago, D’Souza’s role has evolved to the point that she and her team are now fully embedded in the business and able to participate in the ideation of the work and provide their own input.

Trudeau was protecting innocent victims, not SNC-Lavalin ... Sep 23, 2019  · In his Trudeau II Report, released last month, Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner Mario Dion found the Prime Minister in conflict of interest, for his role in the SNC-Lavalin scandal.. For this to have occurred, Trudeau must have used his position “to seek to influence a decision of another person so as… to improperly further another person’s private interests,” namely SNC ...

Alberta Court of Appeal finds Charter directly applies to ... Jan 10, 2020  · In it’s decision, the Court of Appeal said that although the practical matters of the appeal are moot because there is no available remedy aside from declaratory relief, the issue remains a “live debate” among the university population and a similar situation is likely to arise in the future.The court affirmed the lower court’s decision on the complaint against counter protestors but ...

New Brunswick case a reminder careful wording is needed in ... Oct 20, 2020  · A recent New Brunswick Court of Appeal decision which ruled a fired employee should receive 24 months’ pay as compensation, instead of the four weeks he was initially offered, is a reminder to employers to be careful in wording contracts and termination letters if they want their reasons and terms for firing an employee to be upheld.

Ottawa's carbon tax is constitutional, Supreme Court rules ... Mar 25, 2021  · The federal Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act is constitutional in its entirety, and Parliament has jurisdiction to enact this law as a matter of national concern under the peace, order, and good government clause of the Constitution, the Supreme Court …

Mandatory vaccination for healthcare workers could survive ... With the arrival of approved vaccines for COVID-19, authors of a recent paper in the Canadian Medical Association Journal call on provincial and territorial governments to set clear rules that would apply across all healthcare settings.They add these rules would likely survive a Charter challenge.

SCC rejects application for leave to appeal of surgeon ... The Supreme Court of Canada has dismissed the application for leave to appeal from a judgment of the Alberta Court of Appeal that upheld a decision characterizing an orthopedic surgeon as a vexatious litigant.. In Al-Ghamdi v College and Association of Registered Nurses of Alberta, 2020 ABCA 81, the Court of Appeal of Alberta agreed that the applicant, who was found in contempt of court ...

COVID-19 contact tracing | Canadian Lawyer Jun 10, 2020  · Authorities intend to develop further legalities surrounding geofencing. As you can imagine, geofencing has numerous applications beyond simply tracking employees and forms the basis for location-based advertising.

Top Civil Litigation Boutiques: 2020 | Canadian Lawyer May 26, 2020  · Canadian Lawyer asked lawyers, in-house counsel and clients from across Canada to vote on the top civil litigation and criminal boutiques. They were asked to rank their top firms from a preliminary list, with a chance to nominate a firm that was not included on the list.

Judge orders life insurance company and representative ... Jul 23, 2018  · The action against ivari, which was launched in 2003 when the company was known as Transamerica Life Canada, involved two separate claims. One part of the action was for “management fee overcharges,” and involved about 307,000 class members, the ruling states, while another part of the action was a subclass, for those affected by the “alleged underperformance of the Can-Am fund,” and ...

What was the point of that again? | Canadian Lawyer Corporate law is, I suppose, like a lot of specialized activities — users of corporate legal services seem generally to have little interest in, or understanding of, the ugly machinery of the industry (in this case, the vagaries of statutory requirements, the overlay of common law …

COVID-19 pandemic pushing agenda toward court ... Jun 25, 2020  · What are your courts considering “urgent” matters that must proceed now? The most urgent matters are where the accused is in custody; matters under the Child, Youth and Family Services Act; bail proceedings; and other matters, out of custody, where someone may need a variation, [or] to finalize a matter for work purposes, for family purposes.

A wish list for federal justice reform | Canadian Lawyer Oct 28, 2019  · In a federal election devoid of big ideas, it should come as no surprise that criminal justice reform received no airtime. After all, when the Liberals’ bold vision for the future focused on small tax breaks and status quo policies and the Conservative’s bold vision for the future focused on small tax breaks and status quo policies, who even had the time to talk about criminal justice?

Chiropractic case heads to court | Canadian Lawyer Mar 21, 2011  · The Superior Court in Kitchener, Ont., today is set to hear the case of a Guelph woman who died following a chiropractic procedure nine years ago.

Rare costs order on solicitor-own-client basis | Canadian ... Jul 25, 2014  · An Alberta Queens Bench judge has made a very rare cost order on full indemnity, solicitor-own-client basis after finding the plaintiffs in a matter deceived the court.

Pembina Pipeline appoints Janet Loduca as general counsel ... Janet Loduca, who has more than three decades of legal, environmental, regulatory and sustainability experience under her belt, has been appointed general counsel and vice president, legal and sustainability of Pembina Pipeline Corporation.. Loduca assists Pembina in establishing its long-term sustainability strategy and in moving forward with its environmental, social and governance (ESG ...

Canada lowering review thresholds under Investment Canada ... Mar 10, 2021  · The thresholds triggering a net-benefit review under the Investment Canada Act have also been lowered. Carried out by the Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry, the net-benefit review determines whether a foreign entity’s acquisition of a Canadian business will serve the interests of …

The unenforceability of ‘agreements to agree’ | Canadian ... There is so much that is annoying, and simply not enough time to complain about it all. That does not mean I don’t make a good faith effort to complain about as many of those annoyances as time, and the patience of others, permit.

Cataloguing new IP is a valuable best practice for in ... In-house counsel should make it a priority to catalogue and identify new intellectual property as soon as it is created, as part of the process of developing a strong IP strategy, according to Paul Horbal, partner at Bereskin & Parr LLP.

Quebec's Magpie river is granted personhood | Canadian Lawyer A river in Quebec was the first in Canada to be recognized as a legal person last month, though legally the recognition will likely be a tool to pressure the Quebec government to formally protect the river.

Is it time for the rights of animals in Canada? | Canadian ... Women’s rights. Civil rights. Disability rights. What about rights for animals? Some people will neither like nor feel comfortable with the idea that we need to start thinking seriously about the rights of animals. Folks may say we still have problems with human rights and now you're suggesting we need to consider animals and their rights?

Deborah Greenberg - The Top 25 Most Influential 2019 ... Chief information officer, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, Montreal. At CMHC, Deborah Greenberg steered her legal team through a major organizational and cultural change with a key focus on client service and promoting professional development and opportunities with the approximately 40 members of her team.

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