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Canada’s Fathers of Confederation Envisioned Internal Free Trade Between Provinces

Posted in Constitutional Law, Legal Developments, Personal Comments, Politics, Provincial Governments, Supreme Court of Canada

On May 11, 2016, I testified before the Canadian Senate Standing Committee on Banking, Trade and Commerce, which is currently considering internal trade in Canada.  My testimony is posted on the Senate website.  In my opening presentation, I discussed the Comeau decision, which is one of the most interesting decisions I have read recently (any… Continue Reading

Supreme Court of Canada’s Decision in Chevron – Enforcement of Ecuadorian Court Judgment Can Proceed

Posted in Constitutional Law, Cross-border litigation, Legal Developments, Provincial Courts, Supreme Court of Canada, Uncategorized

Today, the Supreme Court of Canada released its decision in Chevron Corp. v. Yaiguaje (SCC 35682), which is an important international law judgement coming from Canada’s highest court.  Those watching this case will be interested to know that the Supreme Court of Canada held that Ontario has jurisdiction to adjudicate a recognition and enforcement action… Continue Reading