March 25, 2020
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
333 Bay St., Suite 3400
Once again, Peter Ruby will be reviewing Canadian judicial decisions that may have implications for your technology law practice, diving into a selection of cases in order to explore how the courts deal in practice with complex situations.
Topics will include:
- Time is of the essence
- Contractual preamble/recitals
- Best efforts language
- The effect of not writing “plus tax”
- Regulatory jurisdiction
- Revisiting Resolute FP Canada Inc. v. Ontario (indemnities)
- Coming attraction: Contractual good faith returns to the Supreme Court of Canada
Lunch will be served at noon and the program will begin at 12:30 pm.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Peter Ruby is a litigation partner at Goodmans LLP with a national and international practice focused on technology dispute resolution. Peter is recognized as a leading technology litigator in Chambers Global Guide to the World’s Leading Lawyers for Business, The Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory, The Best Lawyers in Canada, Who’s Who Legal, and Benchmark Canada: The Guide to Canada’s Leading Litigation Firms. In addition, for a decade Peter was a Professor of Law (adj.) at the University of Toronto teaching Telecommunications and Internet Law. Peter also acts as an arbitrator and mediator with Arbitration Place and ICDR Canada.
COST FOR ATTENDANCE
Complimentary lunch will generously be provided by Goodmans LLP.
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