The Chambers Cognoscenti
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"If everyone is thinking alike, then no one is thinking."
- Benjamin Franklin
The Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) has created a program that encourages individuals to report securities misconduct by offering financial rewards for those who provide information
As the world becomes more connected, it’s becoming more common for Canadians to spend extended periods of time outside of Canada. With careful planning, it’s
In Ontario, when someone is accused of making a defamatory statement, they may have eight different defences available to them. The first defence that probably
Rule 21 of Ontario’s Rules of Civil Procedure is a mechanism for dealing with situations where a claim brought by a plaintiff is clearly of
Environmental Waterproofing Inc. v. Huron Tract Holdings Inc.: The Intersection of Creditor Claims and Limitations Laws
In the case of Environmental Waterproofing Inc v. Huron Tract Holdings Inc.,  O.J. No. 157, the court was tasked with determining which creditor had
In Ontario, under the Ontario Business Corporations Act (OBCA), directors of a corporation have a legal responsibility to ensure that the corporation is financially stable
In 2004, the Canadian government introduced Bill C-45, also known as the Amendments to the Criminal Code Affecting the Criminal Liability of Organizations, which aimed
In Ontario, the Occupiers’ Liability Amendment Act, 2020, often known as Bill 118, made substantial modifications to the filing process for personal injury claims caused by snow
The question of how cryptocurrencies are classified under Canadian bankruptcy law has again been brought to the forefront with the collapse of Bahamas-based cryptocurrency exchange
When it comes to court-appointed receiverships, there can be much confusion surrounding the issue of rent obligations. Essentially, the main tension arises from the fact
Rule 14.03 of the Ontario Rules of Civil Procedure outlines the process for the commencement of an action, specifically through a statement of claim or
New Requirements for Ontario Corporations: Maintaining a Register of Individuals with Significant Control
Effective January 1, 2023, Ontario corporations governed by the Business Corporations Act (Ontario) will be required to maintain a register of individuals with significant control.