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Monday, 02 February 2009 05:34

Economy dominates CCCA World Summit

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VANCOUVER — Economic issues dominated the inaugural Canadian Corporate Counsel Association World Summit, held at Vancouver’s Fairmont Waterfront Hotel, Jan. 25 through the 27.
A wide-sweeping bill requiring anyone to report when they find suspected child pornography could have major implications for Ontario companies.
Monday, 19 January 2009 05:48

A cautionary tale for HR managers

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The Ontario Court of Appeal decision in Correia v. Canac provides a cautionary tale for employers conducting investigations of employees.
Friday, 09 January 2009 08:23

Refocus and restructure keywords for 2009

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Lower corporate taxes, an increase in re-structuring, and a return of mergers and acquisition markets are all possibilities for 2009, say tax lawyers.
Wednesday, 31 December 2008 08:21

The circus ain’t peanuts anymore

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Of the close to 80 million spectators who have attended a Cirque du Soleil show since its inception in 1984, few have likely considered the legal acrobatics behind the scenes to bring the awe-inspiring spectacles to the stage.
Monday, 15 December 2008 09:50

ACC expands in Canada to include Quebec

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The Association of Corporate Counsel has launched a chapter in Quebec, doubling the number of chapters the organization has in Canada.

In the past year products as diverse as soap, pet food, and even an upscale London, England restaurant have been hit by false organic claims.

Monday, 01 December 2008 07:17

BCE deal limps toward finish line

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An auditor’s report has cast further doubt on the solvency of BCE Inc. following what is believed to be the world’s largest ever leveraged buyout.
The mergers and acquisitions market in North America is down 30 per cent from 2007, but despite the drop in business there was still $2.5 trillion worth of corporate moves this year.
A unanimous ruling by the Federal Court of Appeal in eBay Canada Ltd. Et al. v. Minister of National Revenue released Nov. 7 could have sweeping implications for any company doing business in Canada that holds records outside the country, regardless of whether the company itself holds the information. 
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