As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to unfold, Canadians remain subject to restrictions on gatherings and physical distancing rules. While these restrictions have presented challenges in the litigation process, counsel, litigants… Read More
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 five-phase plan to gradually… Read More
A recent decision out of the B.C. Court of Appeal that overturned a B.C. Supreme Court ruling has significant implications for ski hills and other outdoor/adventure tourism operators who rely… 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
In Input Capital Corp. v Gustafson, 2019 SKCA 78, the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal recently overturned a trial judgment that found a standard form canola streaming contract to be unconscionable… Read More
This post updates our previous blogs on parallel multi-jurisdictional proceedings in Saskatchewan.
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Those blogs discussed the ability for plaintiffs from other jurisdictions in parallel class… Read More