Annie Tayyab skillfully navigates a wide range of competition and commercial matters. Her experience includes multi-jurisdictional class actions, complex contractual disputes, competition law, shareholder disputes, regulatory proceedings, consumer protection, commercial leasing, condominium legislation, and professional negligence, including errors and omissions by brokers/dealers and lawyers.
The Ontario Court of Appeal recently held that a class action brought on behalf of investors in risky securities discloses a sufficient cause of action to be certified. The decision ... [more]Full article
Ontario’s Class Proceedings Act, 1992 was introduced almost 30 years ago. Since then, class actions in Canada have expanded in volume and impact. The Law Commission of Ontario is an ... [more]Full article
In a close, 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court of Canada recently reinforced the primacy of arbitration agreements. The Court held that if businesses are parties to a standard form contract ... [more]Full article
We previously wrote about an application brought by Canada’s Competition Bureau against Hudson’s Bay Company (HBC), a department store retailer, for allegedly inflating the regular price of mattresses just so ... [more]Full article
The WTO has recently ruled against Canada in a dispute started by Brazil, which alleges that Bombardier Inc.’s C-Series aircrafts are receiving unfair subsidies from the Canadian government. According to ... [more]Full article