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Posted in Commercial

The separate legal personality of the corporation as distinct from its shareholders has been a corner stone of corporate law since the landmark decision of Salomon v. Salomon, [1897] AC 22.  Canadian courts have consistently held that a corporation is a distinct legal entity from its shareholders who are not liable for the acts of the corporation.  However, over the last ...

Posted in Public Law

The use of confidential sources by journalists – a topic first sensationalized when Washington Post reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein broke the Watergate scandal – has remained a vexed issue for courts and legislatures ever since.  In R. v. National Post, 2010 SCC 16, the Supreme Court of Canada recently ruled against a constitutional right to protect ...


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