National Post - Legal
The gavel gamble: Litigation emerges as an asset class
29-Apr-2016 7:45 PM
For years, the profits that emerged from the opaque world of law have been beyond the reach of non-lawyers in Canada, but that's starting to change

U.S. judge asked to recognize Klingon as real language
28-Apr-2016 6:50 PM
The Language Creation Society argues Paramount Pictures lacks the 'yab bang chut' or 'mind property law' necessary to claim copyright over the Klingon language

Françoise Guénette to receive lifetime achievement honour at 2016 CGCA gala
26-Apr-2016 7:44 PM
Françoise Guénette of Intact Financial will receive the Lifetime Achievement honour at the 2016 Canadian General Counsel Awards gala on June 1

OSC releases written reasons why it rejected an investor’s attempt to block Corus-Shaw deal
26-Apr-2016 6:37 PM
The OSC has released written reasons why it denied Catalyst's attempt to delay Corus Entertainment’s $2.65-billion takeover of Shaw Media

Ontario Securities Commission imposes lifelong trading ban on Weizhen Tang
22-Apr-2016 9:40 PM
Tang, who calls himself the “Chinese Warren Buffett,” was found guilty after a 50-day trial during which he represented himself

Damned if you do, damned if you don’t: the perils of self-reporting corporate misdeeds
19-Apr-2016 6:50 PM
The outcome of the cross-border foreign bribery investigation of Nordion (Canada) fuels the controversy regarding voluntary disclosure for non-compliant companies

Competition Bureau ends Google inquiry without charges
19-Apr-2016 5:19 PM
Canada's competition regulator has ended a four-year investigation into whether Google's search business and AdWords program violated Canadian competition rules

Proposed $1B class action alleges Scotiabank and other banks rigged silver price
18-Apr-2016 6:21 PM
Investors launched a class action in Ontario that alleges banks conspired to manipulate silver prices

Female in-house counsel earning less than male counterparts, survey says
18-Apr-2016 6:01 PM
Female in-house counsel are earning 15% less than their male in-house counterparts, according to a survey conducted by the Canadian Bar Association’s Canadian Corporate Counsel Association and the Counsel Network

Montreal professor’s feud with United Airlines heads to court over complaint website
15-Apr-2016 1:31 AM
What started as a series of mishaps while flying with United Airlines 20 years ago will culminate today as a McGill University professor and the airline giant face off in a Montreal courtroom

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