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 AlbertaLimitations 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
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