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The Supreme Court of Canada Ends the Debate – Waiver of Tort is Not an Independent Cause of Action: Atlantic Lottery v. Babstock
On July 24, 2020, the Supreme Court of Canada released its decision in Atlantic Lottery Corp. Inc. v. Babstock, 2020 SCC 19. The Court allowed the appeals, and struck the plaintiffs’ claims on the basis that they disclosed no reasonable cause of action. Background Atlantic Lottery Corporation (“ALC”), which is constituted by the four […]
Canada’s valuable COVID-19 research vulnerable to Russian, Chinese hacks
In late March, Canada’s Communications Security Establishment warned researchers across the country to secure their COVID-19 data because “sophisticated threat actors” were exploiting the chaos of the pandemic in an effort to steal critical vaccine research. However, there has been little to no discussion beyond the CSE’s repeated warnings as to just what is being done to protect the important work of our local health and science experts.
Receiverships and COVID-19 – Is the Pandemic Sufficient Cause for Postponement of an Asset Sale?
In Choice Properties Limited Partnership v Penady (Barrie) Ltd., 2020 ONSC 3517, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice weighed in on what constitutes a fair and reasonable sale procedure during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.