What rights do subcontractors, bonding companies and owners have to project funds when a general contractor is insolvent?
A recent 2017 decision from the Manitoba Court of Queen’s Bench (Manitoba Housing… Read More
Authors: Khurrum Awan, Nathanial Day
The Supreme Court of Canada’s recent decision in Teal Cedar Products Ltd v British Columbia confirms that commercial arbitration awards can only be appealed in narrow… Read More
Saskatchewan Court of Appeal Clarifies Priorities Between Builders’ Lien Claimants and Secured Creditors of Oil & Gas and Mining Projects
In its July 20, 2017 decision in National Bank of Canada… Read More
Author: Braden Marianchuk
Yesterday, the Saskatchewan government released its 2017-2018 provincial budget which set out a number of changes relating to Provincial Sales Tax (PST), including an increase in the PST… Read More
Authors: Derek Hoffman and Jocelyn Sirois
Anti-corruption laws in Canada and elsewhere generally prohibit giving, or offering to give, a reward, advantage or benefit to a public official as consideration for such… Read More
Authors: Paul Goldman, Derek Hoffman, Saravan Veylan and Jocelyn Sirois
Anti-corruption laws in Canada and elsewhere have become increasingly relevant in recent years. As a result, Canadian businesses and organizations must… Read More
This post was written prior to our January 2017 merger, under our previous firm name, Aikins, MacAulay & Thorvaldson LLP.
On September 26, 2016 the Expert Review of Ontario’s Construction Lien… Read More