National Post - Legal
Baker McKenzie celebrates start of Pan Am Games and other legal moves and grooves this week
06-Jul-2015 1:34 PM
Baker McKenzie is sponsoring a kick-off celebration for the 2015 Pan Am and Parapan Am games in Toronto and other legal moves and grooves this week

Labour disruption that grounded flights at Toronto’s Pearson Airport illegal, experts say
03-Jul-2015 8:38 PM
Air Canada and passengers whose flights were cancelled or delayed might be eligible for damages after what appears to be a labour action by fuelling staff, legal experts say

SNC-Lavalin Group Inc fraud case postponed again until October
03-Jul-2015 4:41 PM
A judge postponed proceedings after Crown prosecutors handed about 1,000 new documents to the Quebec engineering and construction company's lawyer in the case

BP Plc settles 2010 U.S. Gulf of Mexico oil spill claims for US$18.7 billion
02-Jul-2015 2:52 PM
BP has reached a comprehensive settlement with the U.S. government and five states, in what may be the largest settlement ever with a single entity in U.S. history

John Rider joins Chicago, Baker & McKenzie signs UNGC’s and other legal moves and grooves this week
30-Jun-2015 3:53 PM
John Rider joins Chicago and Baker & McKenzie has signed the United Nations Global Compact, the world’s largest corporate responsibility initiative – this week's legal moves and grooves

The billion-dollar judge: Class action lawsuits about more than frivolous claims
26-Jun-2015 8:09 PM
Justice Edward Belobaba insists class actions aren't launched by 'ambulance chasing' lawyers seeking piles of money – they serve an important purpose in our legal system

Resident opposes his own lawsuit against himself
26-Jun-2015 4:49 PM
For the first time in Quebec's history, a member of a class action is actually trying to directly intervene against the lawsuit representing him

Homeowners’ insurance doesn’t cover bullying lawsuits, Ontario Court of Appeal rules
24-Jun-2015 3:00 PM
Homeowners’ policies don’t cover parents who face lawsuits because their children have been accused of bullying, says the Ontario Court of Appeal

Google ensnared in British Columbia’s legal web
24-Jun-2015 12:01 PM
Which is bigger, Google or the British Columbia Court of Appeal? Right now the answer is the B.C. appellate court. A landmark decision of the B.C. court provides a road map in which people can seek court orders demanding that data be removed from Google's search engine

Waiting around for damages to accumulate dooms fight against Mississauga City Hall
23-Jun-2015 2:36 PM
Two mobile sign companies have lost their legal battles against the City of Mississauga because they did not respond to the city's pressure to apply for injunctions

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