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Shall We Dance? Learning The Steps To Adjudication
The countdown has begun for the construction industry to learn the steps to the new dispute resolution regime called "adjudication".
Canada
11 Nov 2019
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Time At Large: A Brief Overview Of How A UK Legal Concept Is Applied In Canada
This article originally appeared in The Construction Economist
Worldwide
2 May 2019
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Losses That Can't Be Quantified May Be Irreparable Harm
A recent decision of the Ontario Supreme Court of Justice granted an injunction until trial (an interlocutory injunction) in a passing off case.
Canada
15 Feb 2019
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Quarterly Copyright Blog #4
For those who are interested in recent cases and developments relating to copyright and related matters there have been a number of developments since the last entry.
Canada
18 Dec 2018
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Read Your Contracts: Written Notice Of Dispute
Like it or not, the contract constitutes the law between the parties that contract. It sets out the rights and obligations between the parties.
Canada
12 Dec 2018
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Section 39 Rights To Information Under The New Construction Act
The first phase of amendments to Ontario's Construction Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.C. 30 (the Act) came into force on July 1, 2018.
Canada
11 Sep 2018
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Changes To The New Home Warranty Program – Part 1: Goodbye Builders Arbitration Forum?!
This article is the first in a new series that will focus on the upcoming changes to Ontario's new home warranty program.
Canada
29 Aug 2018
9
The New Construction Act: Summary And Timelines Of Major Changes
Overview: This Part sets out short timelines for the payment of contractor and subcontractor invoices.
Canada
19 Jul 2018
10
Acquisition Of A Business: Part 1 (Video)
Watch Georgea Wolfe as she discusses the acquisition of a business through a series of videos. This is the first video and it deals with Structuring the Deal and The Nature of the Business.
Canada
18 Jun 2018
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Bulk Sales Act Repeal
The Bulk Sales Act (Ontario) (the "BSA") was enacted in Ontario in 1917 with the purpose of combatting then prevalent commercial fraud.
Canada
6 Apr 2017
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The Pros And Cons Of Leveraging Brands By Co-Branding
Co-branding occurs when two brand names are used together at the same time. In the most extreme form of co-branding, two brands are presented together to create synergies and increase consumer demand.
Canada
14 Mar 2017
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More Teeth For CASL
Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) has introduced new obligations relating to commercial electronic messages and other related matters.
Canada
10 Mar 2017
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Changing From A Fixed-Price To A Time-And-Materials Contract: Homeowners Beware
Homeowners entering into a fixed-price contract with a contractor for the building or renovation of their home, should be mindful of the contractual implications a change to...
Canada
9 Jan 2017
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Brand Equity
There is no universal definition of "brand equity". However, there is a commonality in the definitions which have been put forward by writers in the field.
Canada
8 Dec 2016
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New Rules – Ontario Corporations Required To Maintain A Register Of Real Estate Interests Owned
Corporations incorporated under the Ontario Business Corporations Act will be required to maintain a register of all real estate ownership interests that the corporation has.
Canada
23 Nov 2016
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"Trust No One"* - A Motto For Builder's Lien Trust Claims In A Bankruptcy
There have been a number of court decisions over the last year about whether the trust created in many provincial builder's lien statutes will still apply in bankruptcy...
Canada
10 May 2016
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When Is A Browsewrap Agreement Enforceable?
A recent U.S. decision provides some interesting discussion concerning the enforceability of a browsewrap agreement.
Canada
2 Dec 2014
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Construction Lien Rights In A CCAA ("We're Not In Kansas Anymore")
Literature is filled with instances when the characters are transported into a very different world where the "rules" are suddenly very different.
Canada
15 Jul 2014
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Commercial Leasing, Arbitration And Mediation Tips
A landlord should make sure there is a definitely ascertainable commencement date for the lease, as otherwise a court may determine that without it, the lease is void and of no force or effect.
Canada
7 Nov 2013
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