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  On March 23, 2018 in Vienna, Austria, Juris Publishing will launch its latest arbitration-related publication: Handbook on Third-Party Funding in International Arbitration. The book offers general and country-specific information on third-party funding in both commercial and investor-state matters. Caza Saikaley’s James Plotkin co-authored the chapter addressing third-party funding in Canada as it applies to […]Continue reading

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Seasons A special guest exhibit in partnership with Caza Saikaley LLP. Please join us Thursday, September 14, 2017 from 5-7 pm for opening night. Featuring artwork by renowned Canadian landscape painter, and illustrator, Fernand Labelle.  Labelle captures our ever-changing landscape, with a sense of familiarity and beauty. Explore Labelle’s collection of oil paintings, ranging from lush forests, to the changing […]Continue reading

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By Jeff Saikaley The Ontario Court of Appeal confirmed in a recently released decision (http://www.ontariocourts.ca/decisions/2017/2017ONCA0579.htm) that there is no distinction between the print edition and the online version of a newspaper article for the purposes of s. 5(1) of the Libel and Slander Act. In the John v. Ballingall case, the plaintiff (a rapper who performs under the name […]Continue reading

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By Gabriel Poliquin In a unanimous decision rendered on January 27, 2017, the Supreme Court of Canada stated that CPP disability benefits do not constitute disability benefits within the meaning of “disability benefits from a policy of insurance” pursuant to SEF 44 Endorsement. The purpose of the Endorsement is to prove excess coverage when an […]Continue reading

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