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Tort Of Civil Fraud Requires Proof Of Inducement, Supreme Court Rules
The Supreme Court recently redefined the requirements to establish the tort of civil fraud (or tort of deceit).
Canada
11 Mar 2014
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Pay Up: $10 Billion Foreign Judgment Enforceable In Ontario
The application of the "real and substantial connection" test for enforcement of foreign judgments was further clarified by the Ontario Court of Appeal in a recent decision, part of a bitter and protracted legal battle over nearly $10 billion in environmental damages caused by the operations of Texaco (later acquired by the defendant Chevron) in Ecuador.
Canada
8 Jan 2014
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Crane Rental Operater Hoisted by Restrictive Covenants
Non-compete and non-solicit clauses are presumptively valid when connected to an agreement for purchase and sale of a business, the Supreme Court confirmed recently.
Canada
11 Nov 2013
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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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