Last year’s Top 10 Deals were all about combining forces, as companies sought out efficiencies and clout in the market.
A look at the settlement of a class action lawsuit against Volkswagen Group Canada in a case involving vehicle emissions control systems software. The settlement, valued at up to $2.1 billion, is the ...
After the disappointing jurisprudential results experienced by Canadian business in 2015, the landscape more than evened out this past year — which is not to say that Canadian appellate courts ...
A door to preemption may be opening in Canada. And while multi-jurisdictional product-liability class actions remain uncertain, the mass tort movement has found increasing favor.
Each Canadian province has its own class-action statute, which means US clients may still face five or six overlapping class actions, each one bogged down by interlocutory motions and appeals.
Court rules that equitable subordination can only be applied under the language of the CCCA
The rules around Canadian class actions — for decades, a work in progress — have finally found some measure of clarity. Could the Wild West era be over?
Damage caps and other restrictions for shareholder class actions appear to have worked. Whether that is a good thing depends who you ask
Class action reform aims to help smaller businesses fight antitrust infringement
Secured creditors facing prioritization concerns in insolvency proceedings can take comfort from the Ontario Court of Appeal’s recent decision in Grant Forest Products v. Toronto-Dominion. The court ...