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Canada Without Poverty v. Attorney General Of Canada
On July 16, 2018, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice delivered a major victory to Canadian charities that devote all or a portion of their resources to non-partisan political activities.
Canada
17 Aug 2018
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Trade Secrets In Molecular Diagnostics
The US Supreme Court's decisions in the Mayo
Canada
17 Aug 2018
3
Tech Workers Take Priority In Latest B.C. PNP Draw
August 17, 2018 - British Columbia has reinforced that its immigration priority is technology workers with its latest B.C. PNP Tech Pilot draw. The August 15 draw saw 44 invites issued to candidates in targeted technology occupations, who are allowed to jump to the front of the queue for B.C. immigration.
Canada
17 Aug 2018
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Quebec Superior Court Looks At Estoppel In The Context Of A Wellington Motion
On July 9, 2018, Justice Pierre Ouellet dismissed a Wellington motion brought by Construction CGP Inc. and Les Entreprises Rosario Martel Inc. (the Insureds) against four insurance companies (the Insurers).
Canada
17 Aug 2018
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Climate Change Risk Is Serious Business – Are You Doing Your Due Diligence?
It's been a hot summer. Cities around the world have experienced record-breaking temperatures and heat waves are now being recorded all over the world.
Canada
17 Aug 2018
6
Newfoundland Targets Entrepreneurs With Two New Immigration Streams
August 17, 2018 - Newfoundland & Labrador immigration has announced it will launch two new streams for entrepreneurs. The Atlantic province is to add International Entrepreneur and International Graduate Entrepreneur streams to the Newfoundland & Labrador Provincial Nominee Program.
Canada
17 Aug 2018
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Ontario Invites Nearly 1,000 Candidates In Huge Express Entry Draw
August 17, 2018 - Ontario has conducted a large draw under its Express Entry Human Capital Priorities stream, inviting nearly 1,000 candidates to apply for immigration. Canada's most populous province issued 947 invites under the HCP stream to candidates scoring between 350 and 439 points.
Canada
17 Aug 2018
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Discussing Litigation Funding Can Help Lawyers To Meet Their Duty Of Care To Clients
Raising litigation funding as part of a broader conversation about the inherent risks of litigation can help lawyers discharge both aspects of this duty owed to their clients.
Canada
17 Aug 2018
9
The Ultimate Blockchain Patent Teardown
As a patent practitioner, one of the questions I often get asked is whether distributed ledger technology (DLT), such as blockchain, is patentable.
Canada
17 Aug 2018
10
Court Of Appeal Summaries (August 7 – 10)
There was only one case released by the Ontario Court of Appeal this week, Zando v Ali. At issue was the assessment of damages in a case of sexual assault by a physician.
Canada
17 Aug 2018
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Challenging PCT Patent Applications: Filing Third Party Observations At The International Stage
Most third party challenges to patentability occur in front of national or regional patent offices. WIPO recently released a summary of data regarding the extent to which third parties are challenging
Canada
17 Aug 2018
12
Determination Of An Individual's Residence Status For Canadian Tax Purposes
As globalization and the use of technology continue to influence the lives and careers of individual taxpayers, often resulting in the requirement to work and/or live in different countries...
Canada
17 Aug 2018
13
Canada Revenue Agency Increases Efforts To Uncover Unreported Cryptocurrency & Offshore Income – A Canadian Tax Lawyer's Analysis
In July 2018, the Canada Revenue Agency announced its progress in exposing those who evade tax by using offshore entities or cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum, Dash, Zcash, and Ripple.
Canada
17 Aug 2018
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Federal Court Upholds The Canada Revenue Agency's Audit Powers In The Face Of Charter Challenge: Campbell v Attorney General Of Canada, 2018 FC 683
Campbell v Attorney General of Canada (2018 FC 683) provides yet another example of the futility in resisting a Canada Revenue Agency tax audit.
Canada
17 Aug 2018
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Sulochana Shantakumar v. Attorney General Of Canada 2018 FC 677 – Case Comment By A Toronto Tax Lawyer On Taxpayer Relief Application
Upon the completion of the Federal Court hearing for Sulochana Shantakumar v. Attorney General of Canada 2018 FC 677 on June 29, 2018, Justice Ahmed decided in the favour of the taxpayer.
Canada
17 Aug 2018
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Female Police Officers' Class Action Claiming Gender Harassment Dismissed Because Arbitrator, Not Courts, Had Jurisdiction
A group of female police officers has lost its bid to bring a class action in the courts for gender discrimination and harassment.
Canada
17 Aug 2018
17
Recent Developments In Regulation Of Software As A Medical Device
The digital health technology sector has undergone rapid expansion in recent years, and its growth is forecasted to continue.
Canada
17 Aug 2018
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Ontario Court Strikes Down Limits On Non-Partisan Political Advocacy By Charities
An Ontario court decision rendered on July 16th may completely change the rules about political advocacy by Canadian charities.
Canada
17 Aug 2018
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Know Your Rights (Offerings) – An Important Financing Alternative
Canadian public companies have been making greater use of rights offerings according to a recent update from the Canadian Securities Administrators (the "CSA").
Canada
17 Aug 2018
20
Can Motorists Be Jurors???
In Kapoor v. Kuzmanski, on the eve of a trial, the Plaintiff brought a novel motion to exclude potential jurors who drive and pay for automobile insurance ...
Canada
17 Aug 2018
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