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By Kenneth Dekker
IIROC guidance highlights limitations on limitation of liability clauses in retail client account agreements.
By Michael Binetti
In a 3-2 decision, the Court of Appeal for Ontario in Toronto (City) v. Ontario (Attorney General) held that the Province of Ontario's decision to reduce the number of Toronto City Councillors...
By Meredith Hayward
The Ontario Securities Commission recently approved settlement agreements with two online trading platforms that were alleged to have contravened Ontario securities laws...
By Kyle Taylor
This is not to say that umbrella purchasers' actions will not be complex or otherwise difficult to pursue.
By Karen Bernofsky
Defamation law continues to grow and change as courts attempts to balance the constitutional right to freedom of expression with the right against reputational damage.
Kenneth A. Dekker, partner at Affleck Greene McMurtry LLP (AGM), will be speaking at the Law Society of Ontario's accredited program on Wednesday, September 18, 2019.
By Michael Binetti
All information provided to the Bureau will be kept confidential and interested parties have until November 30, 2019 to provide input to the Bureau.
By Michael Binetti
Commercials for Philadelphia Cream Cheese and Volkswagen were the first to be banned under the new guidelines.
By Michael Binetti
Ticketmaster L.L.C., TNow Entertainment Group, Inc. and Ticketmaster Canada LP have settled the lawsuit brought by the Canadian Competition Bureau that alleged that Ticketmaster's advertised prices were deceptive ...
By Annie (Qurrat-ul-ain) Tayyab, Kyle Taylor
Ontario's Class Proceedings Act, 1992 was introduced almost 30 years ago. Since then, class actions in Canada have expanded in volume and impact.
By Pavan Trivedi
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice has denied certification of the proposed class in a breach of privacy class action, which arose out of a cyber-attack against Casino Rama in November 2016.
By Kenneth Dekker
Canada's highest court is clearly alive to the need to further clarify – and hopefully restrict – the impact and application of its 2014 decision.
By Masiel Matus
A proposed class proceeding for alleged negligent performance of investment advisory services was recently denied certification by the Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta.
By Kenneth Dekker
Among other things the plaintiff had done "freebie" work in the expectation that its contracts were goign to be renewed at the end of the season.
By Karen Bernofsky
In its new budget, the Ontario government has created a framework that will hopefully give consumers more guidance about the credentials of financial professionals.
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