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Litigation and Competition Law Publications - Recent

Litigation and Competition Law Publications - Recent

Latest Publications

Bureau Zips-Up Parka Labeling Issue

by Daphne Hooper

Moose Knuckles has agreed to clarify that some of its parkas are made with both Canadian and imported components, in accordance with the Bureau’s “Product of Canada” and “Made in Canada” Enforcement Guidelines, as part of a settlement of the Competition Bureau’s misleading advertising case against it. The Bureau alleged that Moose Knuckles marketed its parkas as Made 

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RoRo Price Fixing Class Action Rolls On Against Foreign Defendants

by Kyle Taylor

A court may hear a price fixing action against foreign defendants that never had any business presence in the jurisdiction if the defendants allegedly participated in a conspiracy that impacted the jurisdiction, a British Columbia court recently confirmed. The case was Ewart v. Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha, a class action alleging anticompetitive conduct by operators of 

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Abuse of Dominance Investigation Discontinued Against TMX

by Wendy Sun

The Competition Bureau recently discontinued its investigation against TMX Group. The investigation was based on a complaint made by Aequitas Innovations Inc., alleging that TMX Group engaged in anti-competitive practices by impeding Aequitas’ ability to develop a new consolidated securities market data product. The Bureau concluded that there is no finding of abuse of dominance at this time. Securities market data provides 

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Competition Act remedies not for the faint of heart – Michael Osborne

by Litigator Editors

Michael Osborne’s original article Competition Act remedies not for the faint of heart was published in the October issue of the Canadian Bar Association’s magazine, The National.

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Ontario: an arbitration-friendly jurisdiction, Court of Appeal confirms

by Meredith Hayward

Ontario remains an arbitration-friendly jurisdiction, the Ontario Court of Appeal has confirmed in its recent decision in Haas v. Gunasekaram. In overturning a motion judge’s refusal to stay proceedings under s. 7(1) of the Ontario Arbitration Act, the Court emphasized that courts should enforce arbitration agreements where possible and set out an analytical framework to 

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