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Hong Kong man claims he saved wild boar’s ‘bacon’
17-Apr-2014 9:33 PM
Last year, Toronto courts had to solve the custodianship of the so-called IKEA monkey, Darwin. Now Hong Kong courts are struggling with what to do about a wild boar named Little Tommy

When ‘liking’ a brand online voids the right to sue
17-Apr-2014 5:20 PM
The food company General Mills added language to its website to alert customers that they cannot take legal action against the company if they download coupons, enter a contest or connect with it in other ways

Deloitte to appeal Livent trial judgment
17-Apr-2014 11:45 AM
Deloitte LLP is appealing the $85.6-million trial judgment won by Livent in an Ontario court earlier this month

Keep Steve Jobs ‘character assassination’ out of Silicon Valley hiring trial, tech giants say
16-Apr-2014 4:26 PM
Witnesses at an upcoming trial over no-hire agreements in Silicon Valley should not be allowed to offer evidence that Apple co-founder Steve Jobs was 'a bully,' four major tech companies argued in a court filing

Investment dealer Richardson GMP latest to shun OBSI call for investor compensation
16-Apr-2014 3:51 PM
Richardson GMP is the latest investment dealer to refuse to compensate investors as recommended by the Ombudsman for Banking Services and Investments.

Canada proposes radical change to trademark law, lawyers warn
16-Apr-2014 10:21 AM
The federal government's budget implementation bill threatens about 140 years of Canadian trademark law, lawyers say

EU lawmakers back high-frequency trade curbs
15-Apr-2014 5:21 PM
High-frequency traders in the European Union are set to face some of the toughest rules in the world

SEC conflict mineral rule violates freedom of speech, U.S. court says
15-Apr-2014 2:37 PM
An SEC rule on conflict minerals violates free-speech rights, an appeals court in Washington says

Canada Labour Code changes limit damages for employer non-compliance
15-Apr-2014 10:30 AM
Recent changes to the Canada Labour Code restrict the ability of employees with CLC complaints to recover back wages to the 12 months preceding their termination or the date they filed their complaint.

Ontario court forces BlackBerry executive to work out notice period
11-Apr-2014 7:30 PM
The Ontario Superior Court has ruled that employees who wish to resign can be forced to work out their contractual notice periods

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