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The Resource: BLG Energy Law Blog - May Digest

We follow new and interesting legal issues as they emerge in the energy area. The wide range of direct and extensive energy experience held by our contributors lends itself to a diverse and insightful examination of current legal trends and topics. Our experience not only provides a source of valuable information and insight, but also assists in finding solutions to legal issues that arise in this dynamic and rapidly evolving area.

Topics posted in May 2016 include:

  • Alberta Court Awards Elevated Costs For Breach of Contract and Discourages Misleading Negotiation Tactics
  • Alberta Court of Appeal Upholds Summary Judgment on Invoices Based on Pay First, Audit Later Provision
  • 12th Annual BLG Environmental Law Update
  • Speaking Social Licence in the Senate
  • Are Contractual Survival Periods Invalid under the Alberta Limitations Act? Maybe...
  • Federal Government Signals Support For Indigenous Rights Declaration
  • Jurisdictional "Whack-a-Mole": Overlapping Class Actions and Abuse of Process
  • Positive Recommendation — National Energy Board Conditionally Approves Trans Mountain Expansion Project
  • Court of Queen's Bench Confirms that Privilege May Apply to Workplace Accident Investigation
  • What's next for the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion?
  • Where do we go from here? Alberta Court approves renouncement of AER-licensed assets by Trustees and Receivers to avoid monetary environmental obligations

We welcome you to The Resource: BLG Energy Law Blog and encourage you to contact any of our contributors about their posts or in learning more about how BLG can serve your legal needs.