Dany has co-written a Globe and Mail piece that explores how the domination of big tech will define next century of antitrust law.
Read about Torys’ victory in the Ontario Court of Appeal.
The Supreme Court of Canada has held that when an officer of a corporation defrauds that corporation as part a larger fraudulent scheme, the officer’s fraud is not attributed to the company.
Torys has successfully represented a victim of the fraud who argued the single-purpose entities in which she had been fraudulently induced to invest were themselves victims, not perpetrators of the fraud. This allowed the victim to recover a portion of her lost investment.
Tyson Dyck has shared some of the advice he gives to clients regarding carbon pricing in Canada.
New York partner Scott Semer shares his thoughts on the proposed regulations announced by the U.S. Treasury and IRS.
A recent trend of case law from the Ontario Court of Appeal has infused uncertainty into the two-year claims bar, calling into question when two years really means two years.
Our lawyers unpack this new trend and discuss whether it’s welcome news or not. It may be a welcome development for plaintiffs that expands the time in which they must bring a claim. But defendants now lack the certainty that after two years a claim can no longer be brought.
Our read on for our full analysis.
Get the details on the Government’s discussion paper which outlines proposals to modernize PIPEDA.
Read what Calgary partner Stephanie Stimpson had to say on Canadian energy deals.
Congratulations to Eileen McMahon who has been recognized in the Americas Women in Business Awards 2019.
Read what senior associate Myriam Seers had to say to Law Times on the proposed changes.