A foreign company client recently asked us to handle what he viewed as a “very simple” domestic matter for his company.
The Quebec Court of Appeal in Meyerco Enterpresis Ltd. v. Kinmont Canada Inc. (2016 QCCA 89) has recently partially overturned a lower court ruling that awarded damages for a false estoppel signed by a tenant based on application of a cap rate paid by the buyer and addressee of the estoppel instead applying general principals of damages including mitigation.
The FCA has published a webpage setting out a consultancy firm’s findings following research into the nature and scale of de-risking in the UK.
The residential real estate market in the Lower Mainland is incredibly active.
The European Commission today released five long-awaited digital market proposals.
The thing about referendums is that the consequences of one outcome or another are likely to be rather disparate.
The anticipated amendments to the rules on reporting derivatives data in Ontario, Quebec and Manitoba are expected to come into force on July 29, 2016.
With the creation of the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) in 1992, the existence of the Controller of Capital Issues (CCI) which was overseeing Indian capital markets was rendered redundant.
A Hong Kong court has refused to grant an application to set aside its own order granting leave to enforce an arbitral award, thereby reinforcing the arbitration-friendly approach of Hong Kong courts and clarifying the restricted scope of the courts’ review of an arbitral award rendered in a Member State of the New York Convention.
During contract negotiations parties usually agree what law and which courts will determine any disputes arising from that contract.