Recent Business Cases That Could Impact Your Technology Practice (Now Annual)
Once again, Peter Ruby will be reviewing Canadian judicial decisions that may have implications for your technology law practice.
- Time is of the essence clauses
- What are "indirect or consequential" damages
- Revisiting Resolute FP Canada Inc. v. Ontario (indemnities)
- Enforcement of contractual insolvency clauses
- Innocent misrepresentations leading to contract rescission
- The effect of not writing "plus tax"
- Good faith arguments return to the Supreme Court of Canada
Speaker: Peter Ruby, Goodmans LLP
Original Program Date:
Thursday, November 12, 2020
1 Substantive Hour
For more information, email CPD@goodmans.ca or contact Sandra Montanino at 416.597.4156
For Members of the Ontario Bar:
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Other Information: : Solo viewing of an archived webinar program with P. Ruby of Goodmans LLP discussing topics including: (i) time is of the essence clauses; (ii) “direct or inconsequential” damages; (iii) revising Resolute FP Canada Inc. v. Ontario; (iv) enforcement of contractual insolvency clauses; (v) innocent misrepresentations leading to contract rescission; (vi) the effect of not writing “plus tax”; and (v) good faith [Insert Time Viewed].
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