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A recent decision from the B.C. Court of Appeal involving allegations of counterfeit computer parts prohibits Google from including a foreign website in its search results. This ruling has potential to affect Internet infrastructure companies and online providers, and it may also serve as a basis for Canadian courts to grant remedies for a wider range of online activities.
Read our analysis on the ruling and on how this decision may signal that Canadian courts are willing to make orders with intentionally international effect—even against third parties to litigation.
Headway continues to be made on a quasi-national securities regulatory system in Canada. Participating jurisdictions have released a revised draft of the harmonized Capital Markets Act. The new draft includes a significant number of rules and policies and should allow for a more comprehensive assessment of the proposed system.
Read our key takeaways on this latest development in the move toward harmonized Canadian securities regulation.
Read about the latest in enforcement trends to address insider trading in our Capital Markets Mid-Year Report.
Stephanie shares details about her background, her thoughts on the legal profession, life outside of work and more.
Torys is pleased to announce that seven of our partners are recognized by Super Lawyers, in their 2015 rankings for the New York area.
The report, Mid-Market: The Crux of North American M&A, presents a panel interview with leading experts exploring key topics in the current state of the mid-market space.