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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. 
Friday, 07 November 2008 08:23

Failing pension plans may lead to litigation

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Employees who have lost retirement income in defined contribution pensions may have a case to recover their losses if their employer hasn’t shown due diligence in monitoring the plans, says pension and benefits lawyer Mary Picard.

Thursday, 06 November 2008 05:23

Web Video: 2008 Association of Corporate Counsel AGM

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More than 3,000 general counsel, outside lawyers, e-service providers, and media attended the 2008 Association of Corporate Counsel Annual General Meeting held in Seattle, Wash., from October 19th through the 22nd. Canadian Lawyer InHouse was there and spoke with many of the law firms, service providers, and counsel in attendance.
Monday, 27 October 2008 07:52

Economy a central focus at ACC annual gathering

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SEATTLE — The global economic crunch was a central theme at the Association of Corporate Counsel annual meeting, with law department management sessions jam-packed and outsourcing a central theme in the exhibit hall.

Former employees who violate confidentiality agreements are being pursued more aggressively, says labour and employment lawyer Erika Ringseis.

 

The recent Supreme Court of Canada decision in RBC Dominion Securities v. Merrill Lynch Canada Inc., where the court ruled employees must act in good faith even in the absence of confidentiality agreements, will likely serve to further employers resolve, according to the associate with McCarthy Tétrault LLP’s Calgary office.

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