Chlorure de choline
Choline Chloride Conspiracy to fix the prices of Choline Chloride Settlement Notice: Settlements have been reached with some of the defendants in some of the Vitamins class actions across Canada. For more specific information on the settlements please visit our website at www.vitaminsclassac…View the post titled Chlorure de choline
PRODUITS DE CHOCOLAT Le recours collectif concernant les Produits de Chocolat allègue que les défendeurs ont comploté pour augmenter, fixer et/ou maintenir les prix auxquels les Produits de Chocolat ont été vendus au Canada. Le terme «Produits de Chocolat» désigne des produits de confiserie …View the post titled Chocolat
Éclairage de Véhicules de Marché Secondaire
Éclairage de Véhicules de Marché Secondaire En quoi consiste ce recours collectif? Dans ce recours collectif, il est allégué que les défendeurs ont comploté de façon illégale afin de fixer, augmenter et/ou maintenir les prix pour les produits d’éclairage de véhicules de marché secondaire qui…View the post titled Éclairage de Véhicules de Marché Secondaire
Toronto's proposed contaminated land policy
Ontario’s Environment Industry Association wrote a thoughtful and helpful comment on the City of Toronto’s proposed Policy for Accepting Potentially Contaminated Lands to be Conveyed to the City under the Planning Act. Much progress has been made, but the proposed Policy still ha…View the post titled Toronto's proposed contaminated land policy
Endangered Species Act: Challenge to Exemptions
Ecojustice will be in court today. It will argue, on behalf of Ontario Nature and Wildlands League that Regulation 176/13, which allows major industries, such as forestry and mining developments, to avoid strict standards intended to protect at-risk species and their habitats, undermines and…View the post titled Endangered Species Act: Challenge to Exemptions
More on the anti-wind constitutional question
Court confirms the constitutional validity of the Ontario system for approving and regulating wind turbines, Green Energy Act, Environmental ProtectionView the post titled More on the anti-wind constitutional question
Divisional Court rejects anti-wind constitutional claim
Special Environmental Protection Act rules for approval of renewable energy projects, including wind farms, do not contravene the Canadian Charter of Rights and FreedomsView the post titled Divisional Court rejects anti-wind constitutional claim
The New Reality – Summary Judgment Motions
Following a recent decision, Michael Polvere describes why the old adage “I’ll get my day in court”, in the traditional sense, has changed. While much has been written by lawyers, and between lawyers, about the ground breaking case, Hryniak v Mauldin, which was decided b…View the post titled The New Reality – Summary Judgment Motions
Finding and Serving those Anonymous Bloggers
In a previous article published on this website, the strict limitation periods associated with a defamation action were discussed; particularly, the six week period for a Notice of Libel and the three month period for the commencement of an action in defamation, as is required under sections…View the post titled Finding and Serving those Anonymous Bloggers
Can purchaser of contaminated site sue neighbour?
The case is important because of the widespread (but, I think, mistaken) belief among some real estate solicitors and agents that a buyer can (knowingly or negligently) buy previously contaminated land and then sue the source of the contamination for the cost of cleaning up that pre-exist…View the post titled Can purchaser of contaminated site sue neighbour?
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