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Published on: 26 Aug 2010 By

E-waste enforcement growing across borders

Electronic waste, or ‘e-waste’, has become a significant international environmental enforcement challenge.  Each year, hundreds of thousands of used electronic items – containing highly toxic substances like lead, mercury and cadmium – are shipped across the world. Some provinces, like B.C.…

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Published on: 23 Aug 2010 By

The Canadian Perspective on Competition Law Class Actions

Introduction In Canada, price-fixing conspiracy class actions are relatively novel.  Although many cases have been commenced, the vast majority of those have been resolved through settlement.  An analysis of the decisions to date, along with decisions in other substantive areas of law, howev…

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Published on: 19 Aug 2010 By

Conservation Authority gets injunction, wetland protected

Is there real enforcement of conservation authority regulations? Often, no, but that may be starting to change. In Lakehead Region Conservation Authority v. DeMichele, the Ontario Court of Appeal has upheld a permanent injunction preventing a developer from further dredging and filling in a …

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