Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) provide further guidance on the applicability of securities laws to token offerings . . . but is it enough?
Featured in this issue are digests of recent decisions involving powers of attorney.
Concern for officer safety constituted exigent circumstances resulting in delay in providing access to counsel
Supreme Court of Canada confirms that a recognizance has the same coercive effect as cash bail
BC Court of Appeal established sentencing range of 18-36 months for street trafficking of fentanyl
Recent License Appeal Tribunal decision provides guidance on the issue of financial abuse of the elderly
The Ontario Court of Appeal allows an appeal and orders a new trial because the trial judge misused a prior consistent statement to bolster the credibility of the complainant
Police used screen capture software to record computer chats with accused
Two recent Ontario Court of Appeal decisions concerning the application of limitation periods in trusts and estates litigation are discussed
BC Court of Appeal holds that an accused who did not cause an accident may properly be convicted of failure to stop
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In Canada v. Fairmont Hotels Inc., the Supreme Court of Canada narrows the scope of the doctrine of rectification