Plaintiffs argued company bears direct liability
Quebec tax officials are entitled to demand information from the Calgary branch of a national bank where a trust established in Alberta by a Quebec family holds an account, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled today.
Canadian law societies are advising lawyers on how to protect their electronic devices when facing border security agents during travel. The Law Society of Ontario updated its governing board on the issue ahead of a Convocation meeting on April 25. The LSO’s agenda referenced a report developed at the end of last year and presented recently at a semi-annual spring meeting by the Policy Counterpart Group of the Federation of Law Societies of Canada.
The imposition of tariffs on Canadian goods by the United States and Canada’s response will have a political ripple effect as trade negotiations continue between the two countries.
Trump’s tax overhaul will have many ripple effects on tax planning in Canada.
Police can capture an astronomical amount of information through new technologies, and privacy lawyers say there is little oversight or accountability.