Hello and welcome to our Dickinson Wright Canada-U.S. Business Law Blog. We are very happy to be launching this business and legal resource for leaders and managers with Canadian or cross-border legal interests. Before I dive...
by Ned Levitt | Nov 18, 2019
As the 2020 New Year starts to take shape and we begin a new decade, it is natural to wonder about how things will change and what will remain the same. Franchising, as a business growth model, will continue to be looked upon as...Read More
by Wendy Hulton | Oct 17, 2019
Protecting the health and safety of Canadians is a top priority for the Government of Canada. This overarching objective has, of course, made its way into laws restricting the marketing, product development, and ingredients of...Read More
by Dan Ujczo | Oct 15, 2019
As Canada and the United States wrap up more than two years of work on the Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement (CUSMA), one pressing question remains for the cross-border business community—what can we expect after NAFTA? The...Read More
by Brian Radnoff | Oct 8, 2019
Since the Ontario Court of Appeal’s decision in Jones v Tsige, creating an Ontario version of the tort of invasion of privacy called “intrusion upon seclusion”, privacy-related class actions have emerged as a growth area....Read More
by Ned Levitt | Jun 18, 2019
Historically, Canadian franchisors have not ventured into foreign markets in great numbers. When they have, it has mostly been to the massive, franchise savvy, U.S. market, with very mixed results. However, times have changed....Read More
by Tracy Bergeron Lucha | May 23, 2019
This is the third post in my series of updates and insights to assist Schedule 1 employers with the transition to the new WSIB Rate Framework (“RF”) which will commence on January 1, 2020. The last post spotlighted two key...Read More
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