We are delighted to announce that two of our lawyers have been recognized as leading lawyers under 40.
The federal government has introduced a new program, Canada Emergency Rent Subsidy (CERS), which will provide direct financial support—without requiring the participation of landlords—to Canadian businesses, non-profits and charities affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
To find out more about the CERS program, read our comprehensive guidance which provides complete details, including eligibility requirements.
The Supreme Court of Canada released companion decisions considering Ontario’s anti-SLAPP legislation, the first time the SCC has considered the new statutory regime that has been enacted in many provinces. The legislation aims at discouraging lawsuits that seek to intimidate defendants by confiscating their right to free speech.
The outcome of Ontario Ltd. v. Pointes Protection Association has broadened the scope beyond defamation for which anti-SLAPP laws can apply.
We have been recognized in five categories, including Managing Partner of the Year and Litigator of the Year.
As people around the world protest racism and injustice, Partner Konata Lake shares his thoughts on the importance of honesty and dialogue.
Mike Amm spoke with Mining Journal about how consolidation in the industry will spur smaller players to band together.
Partner Cheryl Reicin spoke with the Globe and Mail on the success of the Canadian biotech industry.