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With leave for appeal denied, Waksdale decision remains authority on termination clauses: lawyer

With leave for appeal denied, Waksdale decision remains authority on termination clauses: lawyer

The decision rendered many termination clauses invalid

Slow COVID vaccination pace among pandemic's complications to immigration law

Slow COVID vaccination pace among pandemic's complications to immigration law

Canada is trailing the U.S. and UK in per-capita vaccination rate

Online workshop to teach ADR practitioners how to effectively market services

Online workshop to teach ADR practitioners how to effectively market services

Workshop led by marketing director turned arbitrator

Ontario Bar Association proposes changes to Personal Property Security Act

Ontario Bar Association proposes changes to Personal Property Security Act

Suggested amendments relate to purchase-money security interests

Criminal law specialist explains police enforcement powers under Ontario's stay-at-home order

Criminal law specialist explains police enforcement powers under Ontario's stay-at-home order

Police's ability to enforce order 'very circumscribed,' says Joseph Neuberger

John Currie joins Canada's national group at Permanent Court of Arbitration

John Currie joins Canada's national group at Permanent Court of Arbitration

Court is oldest global institution geared toward settlement of international disputes