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SROs To Receive More Power At The Expense Of Procedural Fairness
The Ontario Government is proposing to allow self-regulatory organizations (SROs) to use the civil court system to collect fines from their current and former members.
Canada
6 Jul 2017
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Hollow Victory For Ecuadorian Villagers?
Could Chevron's Canadian subsidiary be liable for environmental damages awarded against Chevron, the parent company, in Ecuador?
Canada
10 Nov 2015
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Out Of Time – Investment Dealer’s Claim For Indemnity Against Investment Advisor Barred By Statute Of Limitations
The Court of Appeal has recently held that the limitation period to bring an action enforcing a contractual right to indemnity starts to run on the date that a party has been served with a Statement of Claim in the underlying lawsuit that triggers the right to be indemnified.
Canada
27 Jun 2013
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Have Judicial Robes, Can Travel: Judges Can Sit In Other Provinces
Judges of the Superior Court of Ontario may sit and make decisions in courtrooms in other provinces when the Ontario court has jurisdiction over the parties and issues in the proceeding, the Ontario Superior Court held recently: Parsons v. The Canadian Red Cross Society, 2013 ONSC 3053.
Canada
24 Jun 2013
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