Supreme Court of Canada allows BC’s appeal in Big Tobacco case
The Supreme Court has brought an end to a lengthy incivility case, sending several clear messages to the legal profession.
‘Awareness is up but preparedness is flat’ as companies try to keep up with data privacy concerns
Arbitration offers a flexible and private alternative to a busy court system, but the parties must want to reach a solution together in order for it to work well.
CANADA - International Petroleum Corp. (IPC) agreed to acquire the entire share capital of Blackpearl Resources Inc. (Blackpearl), a Calgary-based producer of crude petroleum and natural gas, from ...
Alberta awards US$1.06 billion to Dow Chemical Canada in its suit against NOVA Chemicals
Studies into ‘hot market’ outline deals
Despite the uncertainties of Brexit, and a new Premier in Ontario, Infrastructure lawyers say they are busy on projects and expect more ahead
Canada has the majority of the world’s mining companies, and they have to deal with federal and provincial jurisdictions
Introduction of new framework has clients turning to counsel for advice on navigating the carbon-pricing regime
Clients are hoping for a clear process to come out of the changes in Bill C-69
Alberta’s complex and evolving emissions regime assesses facilities within its own sectors
Stagnant oil prices, transportation bottleneck and hike in US production all point to a subdued year in Oil & Gas sector
Complex factors shape differences in provincial electricity system policies and regulations that can spur or stymie investment
In a complex business world, lawyers must get better at understanding their clients’ needs from an interdisciplinary perspective
When Samuel Osei of Samuel Osei Law Corporation in Vancouver first found himself dealing with blockchain and cryptocurrency issues, he chose to keep his activities under wraps.
It’s not often that a handfuL of Canadian stocks get the attention of Barron’s, the venerable newspaper that, for the most part, covers US financial information and market developments.
Lawyers are advising their clients to look at new markets on both the supply and demand ends
Ontario Superior Court awards judgment to SFC Litigation Trust for fraud and breach of duty in Sino-Forest case
There is much dealing still to be done before the UK leaves the European Union