The Saskatchewan Court of Appeal recently released a decision dealing with statutorily imposed deadlines for commencing lawsuits in Saskatchewan. This decision will directly impact when a party must commence a … Read More
Authors: Jodi Wildeman, K.C., Bennet Misskey, Allison Graham
On April 22, 2020, Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe announced that as the number of provincial COVID-19 cases remain low, the government of Saskatchewan will introduce a … Read More
If you are facing a potential disruption to your business as a result of COVID-19, a force majeure clause may apply.
Further to our COVID-19 and Excusing Non-Performance of Contractual Obligations … Read More
The rapidly growing coronavirus pandemic poses an increasing concern for business continuity, especially within the construction industry.
With cancellations of events around the world and uncertainty in impending lockdowns and international … Read More
Authors: Jason Mohrbutter, Tava Burton
Business people are generally aware that a company is a separate legal “person” and, by its creation, limits the personal liability of any individual officer, director or shareholder … Read More
University of Regina v HTC Purenergy Inc., 2019 SKQB 126 explores the limited nature of good faith obligations during the negotiation of commercial contracts.
This claim involves allegations that a licensing … Read More