In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, at Torys we are implementing our business continuity plan to ensure our people will remain safe while our clients continue to be well served.
Courts across Canada have limited their operations, and access to the court system, in order to help contain the spread of COVID-19 and protect the health and safety of court users and staff. Organizations should check for the latest information for the applicable court before taking steps in a court proceeding.
Read our team's analysis as they provides an overview of changes to court services, filing deadlines, and limitation periods in respect of civil matters in Ontario, Québec, British Columbia, Alberta, and the federal courts.
Life sciences companies are contributing to the global fight against COVID-19, including by manufacturing and distributing urgently needed personal protective equipment.
Health Canada has in turn taken steps to expedite approvals of certain products that can help combat the spread of the virus.
Read our lawyers' analysis on the topic.
Torys has been named Canadian Patent Contentious Firm of the Year in the Managing IP Americas Awards 2020.
Read about our Calgary Managing Partner's Queen's Counsel designation.
Kristine Di Bacco sat down with #movethedial and provided advice on how founders can be bold when looking for investment.
Partner David Outerbridge discusses the steps clients should consider when examining force majeure clauses in their contracts.
Partner Mitch Frazer discusses how big banks managing the payroll subsidy system may not be practical during the COVID-19 pandemic.