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Ce qui est injuste est injuste : le pouvoir discrétionnaire du juge de reformuler des questions communes établies d'un commun accord a ses limites
Il n'est pas fréquent qu'une plainte pour violation de l'équité procédurale d'une partie soit accueillie.
Canada
16 Nov 2018
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Assez, c'est assez : action collective rejetée en raison d'un retard excessif
Les défendeurs ont produit leur défense le 3 décembre 2001.
Canada
16 Nov 2018
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What's Unfair Is Unfair: Judge's Discretion To Reformulate Agreed Common Issues Has Its Limits
It is not often that a complaint that a party was denied procedural fairness succeeds.
Canada
19 Jul 2018
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Class Actions Made Easy: Bill 21 Amendments Burnish British Columbia's "Friendly Forum" Reputation
British Columbia has long been known as one of Canada's friendlier jurisdictions for class proceedings.
Canada
20 Jun 2018
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What's Unfair Is Unfair: Judge's Discretion To Reformulate Agreed Common Issues Has Its Limits
It is not often that a complaint that a party was denied procedural fairness succeeds.
Canada
13 Mar 2018
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Toronto Local Appeal Body Now Active, Replacing The OMB For Committee Of Adjustment Appeals
On May 3, 2017, Chapter 142 of the Toronto Municipal Code came into force, creating the Toronto Local Appeal Body.
Canada
8 May 2017
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To Plead Or To Concede?...That Should Be The Question
In Bernstein v. Peoples Trust Company, the Court transmitted "a salutary message… to Class Counsel that they should not over-plead their case and that they should make appropriate admissions or concessions."
Canada
2 May 2017
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Survey Says... Decertify
At the original certification motion, neither party led evidence of deeds or surveys showing the boundary of class members' lands.
Canada
5 Apr 2017
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Ontario Court Of Appeal Clarifies Test For When Action May Be Restored To The Trial List
In its unanimous decision in Carioca's Import & Export Inc. v. Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd., the Ontario Court of Appeal overturned the motion judge's decision...
Canada
30 Sep 2015
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What Does It Mean For Employment Law? Supreme Court Of Canada Rewrites Test For Summary Judgment
On January 23, 2014 the Supreme Court of Canada released its decision in Hryniak v. Mauldin, overturning the Ontario Court of Appeal’s test for the appropriateness of summary judgments and replacing it with a broader test aimed at increasing access to justice for ordinary Canadians.
Canada
7 Feb 2014
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Intellectual Property Update – June 2007
Federal Court’s Expungement Of CHEAP TICKETS Shows Descriptive Marks Are At Risk; In Microsoft Case, Infringers Feel The Sting Of Copyright Act’s Provisions For Statutory Damages; Maison Cousin Wins At Federal Court Of Appeal
Canada
 
26 Jun 2007
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Supreme Court Rules Today That Banks´ Insurance Activities Also Subject To Provincial Insurance Regulation
MAY 31, 2007 - The Supreme Court of Canada today unanimously upheld the Alberta Court of Appeal ruling in Canadian Western Bank v. Alberta, under which Canada's federally chartered banks - eight of which were jointly the appellants in the case - are subject to provincial regulatory regimes with respect to the distribution of the kinds of insurance banks have been permitted, under the Bank Act, since 1991, to distribute in their branches.
Canada
11 Jun 2007
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Intellectual Property Update
Newfoundland trade-mark registrations often turn up in clearance searches undertaken to assess the availability of new trade-marks for use in Canada, and can be a source of puzzlement to anyone unfamiliar with their historical background. An oddity of Canadian trade-marks law, the special treatment of Newfoundland trade-marks is a legacy of the terms of entry of the province into the Canadian Confederation on April 1, 1949.
Canada
5 Apr 2006
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