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W. Michael G. Osborne

W. Michael G. Osborne

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SNC-Lavalin charged with foreign corruption offences

Canadian engineering and construction giant SNC-Lavalin has been charged by the RCMP with paying bribes of nearly $48 million to buy cheap generic cialis Libyan government officials and defrauding Libya of nearly $130 million. ... [more] Full article

Efficiencies Save Landfill Merger, Supreme Court rules

A landfill merger that gave the buyer a monopoly and http://berkley-fishing.com.au/levitra-soft-gel would prevent prices from falling was saved by efficiencies amounting to one-half of one person’s annual salary, the Supreme Court ... [more] Full article

Canadian businessman extradited to US on fraud and bid rigging charges

Canadian businessman John Bennett appeared in a US court last week after his extradition to the US to face bid-rigging, fraud, conspiracy, and kick-back charges. The charges stem from a ... [more] Full article

Class action plaintiffs can obtain wiretap evidence

Class action plaintiffs can obtain court-ordered disclosure of wiretap evidence obtained by the Competition Bureau, Canada’s Supreme Court held today in Imperial Oil v Jacques. This decision will make it ... [more] Full article

Credit cards subject to provincial disclosure laws

The perennial question in Canadian law (and politics) is: is it federal or provincial? In the case of credit cards issued by banks, the answer is "both". Although banks are a federal responsibility, provincial consumer protection laws mandating disclosure of contract terms apply to banks that issue credit cards, the Supreme Court held recently in three decisions issued the same day. [more] Full article


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