Litigation

HERE COME THE CLONES...  The BREXIT Effect on Trademarks
BREXIT is near and the clones are coming!
Nov 27, 2020 Litigation
Top 10 Cases of 2019-2020
Canadian courts delivered several hard-hitting decisions affecting Canadian businesses in 2019 and 2020, including the long-awaited release of the Supreme Court of Canada’s administrative law trilogy
Nov 27, 2020 Litigation
Pandemic accelerates ‘explosion in arbitration’
Advantages of arbitration are virtual proceedings, customized timeframes, a paperless process using electronic document filing, remedies that can be specified by the parties and confidentiality and flexibility in the proceeding
Nov 27, 2020 Litigation
Vigilance urged to avoid fraud
Fraud, corruption or money laundering may not have increased in volume yet, but it is looming on the horizon and the opportunities are increasing in the pandemic, say lawyers
Nov 27, 2020 Litigation
Class actions remain steady
Sectors that are now ripe for litigation include cannabis, Big Tech and long-term care facilities; privacy, secondary market misrepresentation and predominance of common issues are also in the foreground
Nov 27, 2020 Litigation
First the bad news, then the good
When the litigation department is needed, it is usually not good news
Nov 27, 2020 Litigation