Bulletin droit criminel et réglementation

Septembre 2010

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New Legislation in the U.K. Increases the Need for Anti-corruption Procedures

James M. Klotz

Earlier this year, the U.K. enacted new legislation which should be of concern to Canadian companies operating internationally. In the U.K., the Bribery Act 2010 introduces new concepts to anti-corruption regulation that will affect any Canadian company with operations in...

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Vancouver v. Ward: The Supreme Court Upholds Damages as a Charter Remedy

For many years now, section 24(1) of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms (the “Charter”) has provided criminal trial courts with the jurisdiction to award costs to defendants against the Crown when their Charter rights have been infringed.  The justification...

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Are You Drafting an Agreement to Commit a Crime?

A number of written agreements, such as those for the purchase and sale of interests in a business, contain non-competition provisions.  Some of these provisions may be agreements to commit a criminal offence under the Competition Act (the « Act »).  After...

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