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Litigation and Competition Law Publications - Recent

Litigation and Competition Law Publications - Recent

Latest Publications

Complying with CASL: CRTC Releases Information Bulletin

by Matthew Gibson

Just in time for the coming into force of Canada’s new anti-spam legislation (“CASL”) on July 1st, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (“CRTC”) has published a set of guidelines to help businesses develop corporate compliance programs. Compliance and Enforcement Information Bulletin 2014-326 sets out general guidance and best practices to help ensure businesses and [...]

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Shareholder spat leaves plaintiffs with no remedy, and an order to pay $2.7 million in costs

by David N. Vaillancourt

The case of Harris v. Leikin Group Inc. provides another illustration of the messy, and costly, fallout that can occur when there is a dispute within a successful family business.

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Reynolds Free to Wrap Up Acquisition of NFP

by Daphne Edmonds, Summer Student

Reynolds Consumer Products, Inc. acquisition of Novelis Foil Products North America Division (NFP) will not lessen or prevent competition substantially, the Competition Bureau concluded recently, even though NFP’s “Alcan” brand competes with Reynolds aluminum foil, and is the leading brand in Canada.

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CASL is Coming. Are You Prepared?

by Matthew Gibson

Canada’s strict new anti-spam legislation is coming in just three weeks. Is your business prepared? Widely considered to be some of the toughest commercial electronic messaging legislation in the world, Canada’s Anti-Spam Law, or “CASL”, comes into force on July 1 of this year. CASL affect will affect every Canadian business, because it prohibits businesses [...]

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Will Crowdfunding “Kickstart” Ontario’s Exempt Market?

by Kyle J. Peterson

On March 20, the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) along with its counterparts in Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan, unveiled the proposed rules to deal with crowdfunding (among other things) as a source of capital for start-ups and SMEs. The comment period ends on June 18. In a sense, the OSC is playing [...]

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