Angelica Dino

Angelica Dino

Angelica Dino is a writer for Key Media's legal publications, including Canadian Lawyer and Law Times. She writes about the developments in Canada's legal industry. She has nearly five years of diverse experience in communications and advocacy within the development and humanitarian sectors. Angelica has a bachelor's degree in Development Communication from the University of the Philippines Los Baños. She is currently pursuing her law degree from De La Salle University. She also enjoys competing in moot court competitions in her free time.

 

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Canadian Pacific inks a US$31 billion takeover deal with Kansas City Southern

Canadian Pacific inks a US$31 billion takeover deal with Kansas City Southern

The merger will create the first Canada-U.S.-Mexico rail network

N.B. Court affirms exclusive jurisdiction of Commission in authorizing medical marijuana use

N.B. Court affirms exclusive jurisdiction of Commission in authorizing medical marijuana use

Court found that the tribunal’s exercise of discretion interfered with the Commission's jurisdiction

Stikeman Elliott advising Oaktree Capital Management on share purchase agreement with ABC Group

Stikeman Elliott advising Oaktree Capital Management on share purchase agreement with ABC Group

The firm is assisting in the $124-million deal with the automotive parts manufacturer

Saskatchewan Court of Appeal clarifies definition of ‘highly vulnerable’ victims in robbery case

Saskatchewan Court of Appeal clarifies definition of ‘highly vulnerable’ victims in robbery case

Court found trial judge failed to take offender’s Indigenous ancestry into consideration

Alberta court rules on the obligation of stepparent to give child support beyond age 18

Alberta court rules on the obligation of stepparent to give child support beyond age 18

Absence of parental relationship after the child turns age 18 will defeat child support claims

Call for input on copyright law for AI and Internet of Things closing soon

Call for input on copyright law for AI and Internet of Things closing soon

Federal government wants to modernize copyright framework, to keep up with advances in AI and IoT

Court highlights limited grounds to appeal an arbitral award

Court highlights limited grounds to appeal an arbitral award

A recent case highlights the tendency of courts to favour arbitral awards

COVID restrictions do not defeat will-maker's intentions: B.C. Supreme Court

COVID restrictions do not defeat will-maker's intentions: B.C. Supreme Court

Court exercised curative powers under the WESA to give effect to will-maker's intentions