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By Edward Betts
As of October 1, 2019, payments and disputes on construction projects in Ontario will be conducted very differently.
By Lisa A. MacDonnell, Angelica Wilamowicz
Background: The "governing law" clause, also known as "choice of law," allows parties to select the jurisdiction (e.g., Ontario law) whose laws will govern their contract when legal issues arise.
By Alex Matthews
For a lender providing an asset-based loan, establishing control over a borrower's collections accounts may be essential to ensuring the repayment of loans made to the borrower.
By Maya Stano, Aaron Christoff, Keith Brown
On October 24, 2019, British Columbia attracted international attention by introducing Bill 41 2019: the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Act...
By Ian Chapman-Curry, Glyn Ryland, Jason Coates
For the third time in five years, voters in the UK will be heading to the polls in a general election.
By Duncan M L Murphy, Gurinder Mann
ICG-Longbow has provided a further £33 million of funding to family homes build to rent specialist, Wise Living, The funding will be used by Wise-Living to acquire and build homes on 5
By Jason Yang, Jian Xu
The China National Intellectual Property Administration (CNIPA) Guidelines for Patent Examination set detailed rules and explanations for Chinese patent examiners to determine the patentability of ...
By Jason Coates
The government has introduced long-awaited primary legislation dealing with pensions. The Pension Schemes Bill 2019-20 (the Bill) sets out a framework for collective defined contribution schemes,...
By P.A. Neena Gupta
Aim at perfection in everything, though in most things it is unattainable. However, they who aim at it, and persevere, will come much nearer to it than those whose laziness and despondency make ...
By Wendy Wagner, Sarah Boucaud
Clients often ask us to explain the difference between a privacy "hack" and a "breach" where an individual's personal information is concerned.
By Roberto Aburto, Cindy Kou
According to the World Health Organization, "disability" is an umbrella term that covers various physical, medical and mental impairments that may limit one's ability to participate in daily activities.
By Aleksandra Galkina, Ekaterina Fourmanova
Not long ago, Russian trademark attorneys would have said that they are "similar to a degree of confusion, but not identical".
By Joel Camley, Kathy Tran
On Oct. 8, 2019, Marcus & Millichap, Inc. (NYSE: MMI) announced that it had acquired Form Real Estate Advisors Inc.
By Anthony Dearden
Asking how much it costs to get a patent in Canada is a bit like asking how long a piece of string is. The answer,
By John Coldham
Stop your ideas being ripped off by copycats and get to grips with how IP protection helps you throughout the lifecycle of a design.
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