Lexpert Headlines in the Globe and Mail’s Report on Business

  • While the Ontario Court of Appeal’s December decision in Bayens v. Kinross Gold went a long way to clarifying key issues around secondary-market misrepresentation class actions, the judgment’s half-life is as yet indeterminate given that the Supreme ...
  • Scour the 2015 docket for the Federal Court of Canada and, when it comes to patents, the pharmaceutical sector continues to be a particularly litigious bunch. Four pharmaceutical patents are being contested this year versus a total of seven across ...
  • A recent lawsuit filed against the Quebec government for blocking a uranium project raises uncertainty among developers in the province, as the government there begins to implement its Plan Nord initiative and inches closer to defining its principle ...
  • In 2013, Canada and 12 other countries agreed to participate in a new Global Patent Prosecution Highway pilot program that expanded the number of countries that could be used as offices of earlier examination for the purpose of fast-tracking the ...
  • At the recent Conference on Public-Private Partnerships, a panel discussion on “project bundling” explored opportunities around P3s that have bundled together smaller projects, or those on multiple sites, in order to attract private financing or ...