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Supporting Ontario’s Recovery Act Bulletin

Cody F. Dolgay The Provincial Government has just introduced Bill 218, the Supporting Ontario’s Recovery Act (the “Bill”). If passed, the Bill will provide the fram...
Oct 30, 2020
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Creating a Plan to Reopen Your Physical Workplace

Dania Mastrorillo and Taryn Meyer On June 8, 2020, the Ontario government announced its plan to progress to Stage 2 of reopening the province of Ontario amid the coronavirus pandemic (...
Jun 17, 2020
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Business Considerations for Companies Reopening During COVID-19

Reena Rosenwald As the Province of Ontario continues the process of reopening, businesses are beginning to resume operations. Companies are facing significant uncerta...
Jun 5, 2020
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CRA allows non-taxable reimbursement for computer equipment during COVID-19

Aaron Swartzman The transition to a work-at-home environment during COVID-19 has resulted in increased expenses by individuals on computer equipment in order to prope...
Apr 27, 2020
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What You Need to Know About the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy

Ted Citrome and Aaron Swartzman On Saturday April 11th, Parliament passed the Federal government’s wage subsidy legislation, formally known as COVID-19 Emergency Response Act, No. 2 ...
Apr 15, 2020
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COVID-19 and “Business Interruption" Insurance Coverage—What you Need to Know

Cody F. Dolgay, Marco P. Falco and Christopher Valente As the COVID-19 crisis unfolds, businesses are looking to insurers to bear the risk of unprecedented financial losses.
Apr 7, 2020
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COVID-19: Federal Government Relief Programs

Aaron Swartzman and Vlad Mihaescu The Canadian federal government has set up several relief programs to assist businesses and their employees during the COVID-19 crisis. Below is an ou...
Apr 2, 2020
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COVID-19 Insurance Considerations: Business Interruption and Other Indemnity Opportunities

Cody F. Dolgay The COVID-19 pandemic is evolving hourly. At present, Ontario is in a state of emergency, and it is likely that most Provinces will follow suit. Extre...
Mar 19, 2020
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COVID-19: Doctrine of Frustration

Glen Eddie In the event that your contract does not have a force majeure clause, you may still be able to rely on the doctrine of frustration if the COVID-19 pan...
Mar 18, 2020
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COVID-19 and Force Majeure Clauses

Glen Eddie With COVID-19 being top of mind for everyone, it is important to understand how this affects contractual rights and obligations under an agreement. Th...
Mar 16, 2020

Renewables in Ontario - Small stay FIT; Large to Compete

Bernadette Corpuz Global Renewable News, Volume 4 - Issue 19, October 2013
Apr 5, 2019

Doing Business in Canada — A Legal Overview

Doing Business in Canada — A Legal Overview We believe that foreign investment benefits both Canadians and the global economy.
Jan 25, 2019

What You Missed During Tax Season 2018

Ari Tenenbaum, Kay Leung, Wesley Isaacs, Linda J. Godel and Daniel J. Stober Torkin Manes Webinar On Wednesday, May 16th Torkin Manes held a webinar on the key issues that you may have missed during tax season. Topics included: Recent tax changes...
May 16, 2018

When smart contracts are not so smart

Adrian Myers The Globe and Mail They work well in theory, but they can’t always take account of legal principles Read all of Adrian's articles here
Jul 4, 2016

Who really wins in merger-disclosure settlements?

Adrian Myers The Globe and Mail Shareholder suits settled for greater transparency on deals turn out to have no effect on voting Read all of Adrian's articles here
May 26, 2016

Buying the Property – Structuring the Acquisition

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May 12, 2016

Is the magic of ‘smart’ contracts just sleight of hand?

Adrian Myers The Globe and Mail Creating supposedly self-executing contracts through a blockchain still requires lawyers to do much of the heavy lifting Read all of Adrian's articles...
May 11, 2016

Weaker ‘poison pills,’ stronger shareholders?

Adrian Myers The Globe and Mail A new policy limiting the use of legal devices to defeat hostile takeovers in Canada makes our regime less flexible – but maybe that’s a g...
Apr 7, 2016

Lots of things can be taxed, but what should we tax?

Adrian Myers The Globe and Mail A progressive tax regime is a good way to ensure a good society for all Read all of Adrian's articles here
Mar 25, 2016

Private capital makes unicorns look beautiful, but beware the horn

Adrian Myers The Globe and Mail Private issuer exemptions are meant to protect unsophisticated retail investors, but they may find they do own a piece through a mutual fund Read all ...
Mar 10, 2016
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