Guy Pratte Honoured for His Volunteerism


Pro Bono Work Part of Borden Ladner Gervais’ DNA

New Pension and Benefits Obligations for Employers Arriving in Fall 2014


​​Companies with employees in Ontario, particularly companies that sponsor or administer employee benefit plans, including extended health plans and pension plans, will be affected by the passage of Bill 21, the Employment Standards Amendment Act (Leaves to Help Families), 2014

Borden Ladner Gervais Lawyers among Canada’s Top Infrastructure Lawyers


18 BLG Lawyers recognized in Lexpert® Special Edition on Infrastructure

Borden Ladner Gervais Scores Big With New Hire


Canada’s Strongest Labour and Employment Shop Just Added a Heavyweight

Towards “A More Perfect Union”? - Details Of Cooperative Capital Markets Regulatory System Proposal Released


​​T​​he federal government and the governments of Ontario, British Columbia, Saskatchewan and New Brunswick announced on September 8, 2014 that they have signed a memorandum of agreement formalizing the terms of a Cooperative Capital Markets Regulatory System

Ontario Human Rights Commissions Releases New Policy On Protecting Those With Psychosocial Disabilities


​​​On June 18, 2014, The Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC) released its new Policy on preventing discrimination based on mental health disabilities and addiction​

CSA Finds Antidote For Poison Pill Debate


​​With a longer deposit period and a 50% minimum tender condition, Canadian securities regulators have agreed on a common cure for the differing views on regulating a traditional M&A defensive tactic

Canada’s Highest Court Affords Substantial Deference To Arbitral Process


In Sattva Capital Corp v Creston Moly Corp (2014 SCC 53) the Supreme Court, in the context of a challenge to a domestic arbitral award, has reaffirmed Canada’s longstanding pro-arbitration stance​​​​

Borden Ladner Gervais Congratulates HIROC on Award


HIROC recognized for collaboration with BLG on unique pricing arrangement

Court Of Appeal Allows Action Against Police And Crown To Continue: Phillion v. Ontario (Attorney General), 2014 ONCA 567


The Ontario Court of Appeal recently allowed an appeal of a decision dismissing an action for being an abuse of process. ​