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Can they really say that?! Advertising self-regulation in Canada – Part 5

In my last blog (Advertising self-regulation Part 4) I discussed the Advertiser Dispute procedure under Advertising Standards Canada (ASC).  But what happens if you, as an advertiser, bring …

Computation of Time (Rule 5) in the Supreme Court of Canada

At any level of Court, service and filing deadlines loom.  Calculating those deadlines is one of the most important and sometimes one of the most confusing tasks to be completed.  …

So You Want to Appeal… (Part 3): Appealing a decision from Small Claims Court

In Part 2 of this series, I began my discussion of the rules and procedures of appealing a decision from the Ontario Small Claims Court (“Small Claims”).  I will continue …

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