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No Turning Back: CBA Task Force Report on Justice Issues Arising from COVID-19

  • February 17, 2021

The Canadian Bar Association launched its Task Force on Justice Issues Arising from COVID-19 – with thought leaders from across Canada’s federal justice system – to assess the immediate and evolving issues for the delivery of legal services resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Winner of the 2020 French Langlois Prize

  • October 28, 2020

Congratulations Isabella! Isabella Tamilia is the winner of the 2020 CBA Business Law Student Essay-Competition (French) for her paper titled, “La règle selon laquelle un actionnaire d’une SPA ne dispose pas d’un recours direct contre le tiers qui cause un dommage à l’entreprise est-elle compatible avec les principes de base du C.c.Q.?” (paper only available in French)

Business Law

Winner of the 2020 English Langlois Prize

  • October 22, 2020

Congratulations Robert! Robert Nanni of the University of Toronto is the winner of the 2020 CBA Business Law Student Essay Competition for his paper titled, What's in a name? Understanding "Piercing the Corporate Veil" in Canada after Yaiguaje v Chevron Corp (paper only available in English).

Business Law

Winner of the 2019 English Langlois Prize

Congratulations Beverly! Beverly Cheung of Osgoode Hall Law School is the winner of the 2019 CBA Business Law Student Essay Competition for her paper titled, Marketing an Unmarketable Product: The need for a less stringent cannabis legal framework in order to develop a sustainable licit market (paper only available in English).

Business Law

Winner of the 2019 French Langlois Prize

Congratulations Christine! Christine Chaussé is the winner of the 2019 CBA Business Law Student Essay-Competition (French) for her paper titled, “Rémunération des dirigeants - efficience des mécanismes de contrôle” (Executive Compensation – efficiency of checks and balances) (paper only available in French)

Business Law