A Guide to Have Your Own Venture in 2019

Over the past few years, the startup fever is soaring high. Individuals with unconventional dreams and sheer enthusiasm are ditching their 9-5 cubicle job and venturing into the world of entrepreneurship. If envision the same, shed off the inhibitions and get started. However, before plunging into this dare-devil journey, you must marshal all the needs […]



All of us understand that deliberately causing injury to others is a criminal offence ordinarily resulting in punishment of the perpetrator. All of us understand that some injuries are accidental, i.e. the circumstances giving rise to them are wholly unforeseeable.  No one is responsible.  No compensation is payable. In between those two ends of the spectrum are […]


Class action against BMO

  CASE SUMMARY This proposed class action was commenced on August 2, 2006 and amended on March 6, 2007. It is brought on behalf of a class of individuals against BMO Nesbitt Burns Inc., BMO Trust Company, BMO Bank of Montreal and BMO Investorline inc. in respect of foreign exchange transactions in RRSP, RRIF and […]


Hunt v. TD Securities Inc

NATURE OF THE CASE Commercial law – Securities – Stockbrokers – Fiduciary duty – Sale of shares Whether an independent doctrine of good faith in the performance of a contract arises in a financial advisory relationship as an implied term of the contract or in equity Whether duty of care in negligence gives rise to […]

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