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Michael Binetti

Michael Binetti

Affleck Greene McMurtry LLP

Michael Binetti, a partner of the firm, brings a proven litigation background plus extensive experience in arguing both trials and appeals. He has demonstrated his strategic legal capability and expertise in wide-ranging areas of litigation. Michael’s peers and clients have commented that Michael is an “excellent and creative lawyer,” “finds unique solutions to complex problems,” and that “Michael gets it and knows how to win.”

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Claims that coffee pods were easy to recycle trigger penalty

The Competition Bureau reached an agreement with Keurig Canada Inc. to resolve concerns about the recyclability of its ubiquitous “K-Cup®” pods. Keurig claimed on its website, via social media, and ... [more] Full article

Ontario’s mid-election changes to Toronto wards not unconstitutional: Supreme Court

We previously wrote about the Government of Ontario’s changes to Toronto municipal ward boundaries during the last municipal election in 2018 in Toronto’s On Again, Off Again Election To Proceed ... [more] Full article

Commercial lease not renewed in time; landlord’s silence as to deadline not bad faith

In Subway Franchise Restaurants of Canada Ltd. v. BMO Life Assurance Company, 2021 ONCA 349 (CanLII), the Court of Appeal for Ontario upheld a decision that rejected Subway’s attempts to ... [more] Full article

Ontario limits on third party pre-election spending unconstitutional

In Working Families Ontario v. Ontario, Justice E.M. Morgan of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice found that Ontario’s amendments to the Ontario Election Finances Act (“EFA”) to impose, for ... [more] Full article

Directors Fined Personally in FlightHub DRIP Pricing Settlement

In our Competition Law Year In Review 2019, we reported on Canada’s Competition Bureau’s interim consent agreement with FlightHub prohibiting it from using misleading marketing practices on its websites. On ... [more] Full article