The Appeal of H.M.B. Holdings Ltd. v. Antigua and Barbuda: Reloading “Ricochet Judgments”

Introduction On January 9, 2020, the Ontario Court of Appeal released its judgment dismissing the appeal of an order in the case of H.M.B. Holdings Ltd. v. Antigua and Barbuda (Attorney General), [2020] O.J. No. 69. This affirmed the lower court’s decision, which refused to register a judgment of the British Columbia Supreme Court recognizing [...]

By |2020-06-26T15:40:34-04:00June 26, 2020|Articles, International Law, Martin Aquilina, Uncategorised|

Nevsun Resources Ltd. v. Araya and Customary International Law: the Phoenix Reborn in Canada

Introduction On February 28, 2020, the Supreme Court of Canada released a judgment dismissing a motion to strike pleadings in the judicial saga of Nevsun Resources Ltd. v. Araya, a case relating to alleged violations of the human rights of three Eritrean miners by Nevsun Resources Ltd. (“Nevsun”) through the actions of entities controlled by [...]

By |2020-06-26T10:44:41-04:00June 26, 2020|Articles, International Law, Martin Aquilina, Uncategorised|

Safe Food for Canadians Regulations: Foreign Exports into Canada

The Safe Food for Canadians Act (the “SFCA”) and the Safe Food for Canadians Regulations (the “SFCR”) came into force on January 15, 2019. Together, they create a framework of standards and requirements to ensure that food imported into Canada is safe.[1] These standards and requirements apply to all persons, including foreign food businesses, that [...]

By |2020-03-18T14:32:13-04:00March 18, 2020|Articles, International Law, Martin Aquilina|

The European Commission’s Proposals for CETA’s Investment Court System

On October 30, 2016, Canada, the European Union (EU), and the EU’s member states (Member States) signed the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement, or CETA.  The Investor Court System (ICS) regime of CETA’s Chapter Eight will ideally settle dispute between foreign investors and Member States or Canada. In the meantime, the envisioned ICS system has [...]

By |2020-03-20T11:35:24-04:00March 4, 2020|Articles, International Law, Martin Aquilina|

Immunity from Seizure for Foreign Art – Update

[This article is an update to our last article, “Art Law: Immunity from Seizure for Foreign Art in Canada” available here. Canadian museums, art galleries and other cultural or educational institutes rely on the provincial government for the protection against seizure of international works of art and cultural objects. This sort of immunity from seizure [...]

By |2020-07-22T09:20:01-04:00March 4, 2020|Articles, International Law, Martin Aquilina|

Importing and Exporting of Foreign Food in Canada: The New Standards and Requirements

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (the “CFIA”) is the entity responsible for food regulation, animal and plant health and safety in Canada. The existing food control system was however developed prior to the creation of the CFIA, at a time where food technology was less evolved and supply chains were simple. As food technology has [...]

By |2020-07-22T09:07:11-04:00December 12, 2019|Articles, International Law, Martin Aquilina|

Pure Economic Loss and the Concept of Premature Commercialization in Darmar Farms Inc. v. Syngenta Canada Inc.

Pure Economic Loss in Canada The concept of pure economic loss refers to the loss suffered by an individual, other than loss stemming from physical injury or damage to property. Common law jurisdictions have long struggled with assessing pure economic loss stemming from negligence claims. Canada diverged from English law in the Supreme Court of [...]

By |2020-03-18T12:25:54-04:00December 12, 2019|Articles, International Law, Martin Aquilina|

R.S. v. P.R.: Addressing Lis Alibi Pendens in Québec

Introduction International lis alibi pendens (“lis pendens”) applies to proceedings in two different jurisdictions that involve the same cause of action between the same parties. A party in such a situation may contest the jurisdiction of the second seized court thereby causing the court to halt the proceedings before it. The purpose behind lis pendens [...]

By |2020-03-18T12:26:47-04:00December 12, 2019|Articles, Hugues Boisvert, International Law|

The Compatibility of CETA’s Investor Court System with European Union Law: Reconciling Achmea

Overview of CETA and the Impugned Provisions On October 30, 2016, Canada, the European Union (the “EU”), and the EU’s member states (the “Member States”) signed the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement, or CETA.[i] CETA’s overarching goal is to facilitate trade between Canada and Europe by eliminating tariffs, harmonizing regulation systems, protecting geographically indicated product [...]

By |2020-03-18T12:41:14-04:00December 12, 2019|Articles, International Law, Martin Aquilina|

The Enforceability of Foreign Trademark Decisions in Canada

The recent Ontario Superior Court of Justice’s (“ONSC”) decision Dead End Survival, LLC v. Marhasin[1] lifts all doubt regarding the enforceability of foreign courts’ trademark decisions in Canada. Dead End Survival, LLC, a Michigan-based manufacturer of survival gear, sought to enforce in Canada a judgment of the Georgia District Court against Mr. Georgi Marhasin. The [...]

By |2020-07-22T09:21:10-04:00December 12, 2019|Articles, International Law, Martin Aquilina|

H.M.B. Holdings Ltd. v. Antigua and Barbuda: The Enforcement of Foreign “Ricochet Judgments” in Canada

Introduction to Reciprocal Enforcement of Judgments in Canada In Canada, the enforcement of foreign judgments constitutionally falls within the jurisdiction of the provinces. As such, the procedures and requirements to obtain recognition of foreign judgments in Canada are not uniform throughout the country.  While it has possible to have judgments recognized though the rules of [...]

By |2019-12-12T13:56:29-05:00December 12, 2019|Articles, International Law, Martin Aquilina|

HazloLaw Meets with Mrs. Edna Adan Ismail, former Foreign Minister of Somaliland and Women’s Rights Advocate

On September 5th 2019, leading Somaliland women’s rights activist and former Foreign Minister Edna Adan Ismail attended at the offices of HazloLaw – Business Lawyers where she met with Martin Aquilina in order to discuss a potential action plan that would aid Somaliland in its quest for recognition of its sovereignty. Ms. Ismail is one [...]

By |2019-09-30T17:16:39-04:00September 25, 2019|International Law, Martin Aquilina, News|

Caveat Venditor: Exporting Cultural Property from Canada Is Not as Simple as It Seems

The recent and unprecedented decision in Canada (Attorney General) v. Heffel Gallery Limited [1] brings clarity to the interpretation of the Cultural Property Export and Import Act [2] (the “CPEIA”) and the concepts of “outstanding significance” and “national importance” that are at the core of this legislation[3]. In Heffel, the Federal Court of Appeal [4] [...]

By |2019-09-04T13:44:24-04:00June 13, 2019|Articles, International Law, Martin Aquilina|

Canadian Trademark Law to Implement Guidelines of The Madrid Protocol

Canada has been actively involved in the negotiation and ratification of several international treaties with trading partners worldwide. Many of these agreements – such as the Madrid Protocol, the Transpacific Partnership, and CETA – touch upon intellectual property regulations such as registrations and application for protection of intellectual property like trademarks, geographic indication, and traditional [...]

By |2019-09-04T13:44:24-04:00June 12, 2019|Articles, International Law, Martin Aquilina|

Canadian Transborder Dataflows

The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (the “OPC”) has recently launched a consultation on transborder data flows under the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (“PIPEDA”).  PIPEDA is a federal law of Canada that regulates how individuals’ personal information should be collected, used, and disclosed in commercial transactions. It is restricted to [...]

By |2019-09-04T13:44:24-04:00June 12, 2019|Articles, International Law, Martin Aquilina|

Martin Aquilina Speaks at the Export Strategies for Commercial Growth Conference

Martin Aquilina, partner and head of HazloLaw – Business Lawyers’ International law department was one of the organizers and speakers at the Export Strategies for Commercial Growth breakfast conference that happened in Ottawa on March 28. The conference was directed to entrepreneurs who wish to enhance their international presence while mitigating international risks. The conference […]

By |2019-05-15T07:01:28-04:00March 29, 2019|International Law, News|

Martin Aquilina Invited as the International Law Expert at This Year’s Canadian International Model United Nations (CANIMUN)

Martin Aquilina, partner and head of HazloLaw – Business Lawyers’ International law department is the international law expert invited to participate in this year’s Canadian International Model United Nations (CANIMUN 2019) that will be held at the Museum of Nature in Ottawa from March 14-17, 2019. The event’s summits will include the Conference on Trade […]

By |2019-05-15T07:01:42-04:00March 15, 2019|International Law, News|

What to Include in a Commercial Sales Contract to Protect Yourself and Prevent Disputes in the Future

Many disputes between businesses are caused because the parties involved did not use proper written contracts when doing business. This is understandable, as many companies don’t want to use overly long or complex contracts for fear of scaring away customers. But a good contract does not need to be long or full of legal jargon. […]

By |2019-05-20T05:30:40-04:00March 4, 2019|Articles, International Law, Martin Aquilina|

HazloLaw – Business Lawyers has partnered up with OONE, an International Online Consulting Platform

HazloLaw – Business Lawyers has joined the OONE network comprised of lawyers, accountants, customs, marketing and internationalization experts in over 50 countries.  OONE, which is based in Padova, Italy, provides initial consultations by means of a video conference software by which clients are able to schedule one-hour calls with local professionals. This consultation system enables […]

By |2019-05-15T07:02:45-04:00February 25, 2019|Business Law, International Law, News, Tax Litigation|

Corporate Transparency and the Changes Introduced by Bill C-86

Martin Aquilina, International Business Lawyer Brian Benford, Legal Intern Introduction The Federal Minister of Finance recently introduced Bill C-86, Budget Implementation Act, 2018, No 2. Amongst other amendments outside of the scope of this article, Bill C-86 makes important changes to the Canada Business Corporations Act (the “Act”) in relation to corporate transparency. These changes […]

By |2019-05-20T05:42:59-04:00February 1, 2019|Articles, International Law, Martin Aquilina|

Art Law: Immunity from Seizure for Foreign Art in Canada

Martin Aquilina, International Business Lawyer Marcela Souki, Articling Student Many countries grant immunity from seizure to artistic and cultural objects while they are on loan from foreign jurisdictions. The immunity is desirable because it operates as a safeguard to the lending institution that its artwork will not be seized while it’s abroad and thus perhaps […]

By |2020-07-22T09:19:37-04:00January 25, 2019|Articles, International Law, Martin Aquilina|

Nori Holdings Ltd v Bank Otkritie Financial Corporation: Another Loss for Arbitration in the EU

The Brussels I Regulation was adopted by the European Union in 2000 in order to minimize the impact of differences between national rules governing jurisdiction[1] and facilitate the recognition and enforcement of judgments in civil and commercial matters across the EU.  The Recast Regulation[2], adopted 12 years later, was enacted in order to clarify certain […]

By |2020-03-18T11:48:35-04:00January 8, 2019|Articles, International Law, Martin Aquilina|

HazloLaw – Business Lawyers Sponsors Ottawa’s First Outdoor Christmas Market

[ENG] Ottawa’s first outdoor Christmas market opening took place on December 5th, 2018 in the Clarendon Court in the Byward Market. Hosted by  Alpha Art Gallery owner Edith Betkowsi-Sokolowski and sponsored in part by Hazlolaw Business-Lawyers, Martin Aquilina, COO of the firm and International Lawyer, attended the Grand Opening Ribbon Cutting Ceremony in which the Mayor […]

By |2019-05-15T07:05:01-04:00December 7, 2018|Business Law, International Law, News, Tax Litigation|

HazloLaw – Business Lawyers Advised the National Gallery of Canada Regarding an Agreement to Acquire a Carl Moll Painting

Hugues Boisvert, Founder & CEO and head of the Business law department of our Firm, and Martin Aquilina, COO and International Business Lawyer, advised the National Gallery of Canada regarding an agreement to acquire a painting by Carl Moll (1861-1945) titled “At the Lunch Table.” According to the National Gallery, this will be the first […]

By |2019-05-15T07:06:11-04:00November 19, 2018|Business Law, International Law, News|

Martin Aquilina Attends the American Bar Association International Conference in Mexico City

Martin Aquilina, head of HazloLaw – Business Lawyers’ International law department is in Mexico City attending the American Bar Association international conference that is taking place between November 6 and November 10. The conference focuses on themes such as the NAFTA, information privacy in the Americas, investment and mega-regionals, the future of labour mobility in […]

By |2019-05-15T07:06:43-04:00November 9, 2018|International Law, News|

UBO Register: The New Rules You Need to Know for Belgian Subsidiaries

Martin Aquilina, International Business Lawyer The Ultimate Beneficial Owner Register (the “UBO Register”) is a mandatory registration system in the European Union (the “EU”) directed to all individuals who have formal or effective control over an European corporation, company, association, trust, foundation or non-profit organization. This is a initiative brought by EU Directive 2015/84 in […]

By |2019-05-20T06:04:43-04:00November 1, 2018|Articles, International Law, Martin Aquilina|

Martin Aquilina Invited by the Outaouais Export to Conduct a Presentation on Canada’s New Trade Agreement

Martin Aquilina, head of HazloLaw – Business Lawyers’ International Law department, will be presenting at Outaouais Export – Evénement Accélérateur d’Affaires on November 15, 2018 at the Hilton Lac Leamy (Gatineau). Martin’s presentation will focus on the legal aspects of Canada’s new trade agreement, the Comprehensive Progressive Agreement for Transpacific Partnership, which includes 10 other […]

By |2019-05-15T07:07:44-04:00October 29, 2018|International Law, News|

Free Trade: A Comparison Between Canadian and European Law

Martin Aquilina, International Business Lawyer Marcela Souki, Student-at-Law In the recent case R v. Comeau,[1] the Supreme Court of Canada (“SCC”) reaffirmed its commitment to upholding provincial legislation that limits the movement of goods between Canadian provinces. In Comeau, a resident of New Brunswick, Mr. Comeau, crossed the bridge to Quebec and bought a significant […]

By |2019-05-20T06:17:21-04:00October 19, 2018|Articles, International Law, Martin Aquilina|

HazloLaw – Business Lawyers’ Appointed as a Complaint Recipient by D-Quest

HazloLaw – Business Lawyers has been appointed as a complaint recipient by D-Quest, a Japanese firm assisting Japanese public companies operating worldwide to comply with their obligations to offer a whistle-blowing channel. D-Quest provides investigative services such as due diligence investigations, background checks, and intellectual property rights protection investigations/support, in particular anti-counterfeit measures and infringement […]

By |2019-05-15T07:08:34-04:00October 19, 2018|Business Law, International Law, News|

HazloLaw Advised Linde AG on a Contract Involving Canada’s First Integrated Propane Dehydrogenation and Polypropylene Complex

Martin Aquilina, head of HazloLaw’s international law department recently advised Linde AG, Engineering Division on an engineering and procurement contract involving the build of Canada’s first integrated propane dehydrogenation and polypropylene complex. The design contract was awarded to Linde AG in 2017. This investment will represent the largest organic growth project in the history of […]

By |2019-05-15T07:09:36-04:00October 12, 2018|International Law, News|

HazloLaw Represented Artist Dominic Sokolowski in Copyright Claim

HazloLaw represented artist Dominic Sokolowski in a copyright claim involving the breach of his moral rights. Mr. Sokolowski’s work appeared prominently in a major production viewable through the Netflix movie platform as well as in cinemas in many countries. The artist had not granted his permission to the production company and was not given any […]

By |2019-05-15T07:10:02-04:00October 12, 2018|International Law, News|

Allocating Risks By Limiting Indemnification In Private M&A Transactions

Martin Aquilina, International Business Lawyer Marcela Souki, Student-At-Law Caps and baskets are important risk allocation tools available to both sellers and buyers in merger and acquisition (“M&A”) transactions. These tools limit indemnification provisions and restrict the indemnification amount payable in claims for losses. When drafting an agreement relating to the transfer of a business, it […]

By |2019-05-20T06:25:56-04:00October 4, 2018|Articles, International Law, Martin Aquilina|

HazloLaw’s, Martin Aquilina furthers expertise by participating in study session at the prestigious Academy of International Law in The Hague

OTTAWA, Ontario – August 24, 2018 – Martin Aquilina, who holds a Master’s degree in Private International Law from the University of Groningen, in the Netherlands,  has returned from a three-week study session at the prestigious Academy of International Law in The Hague. The Academy was created in 1925 following a bequest from the Carnegie […]

By |2019-05-15T07:10:45-04:00August 24, 2018|International Law, Martin Aquilina, News|

HazloLaw proud to sponsor documentary “Collared”

OTTAWA, Ontario – July 31, 2018 – HazloLaw – Business Lawyers is proud to be a sponsor of “Collared”, an incredible documentary on insider trading which will be presented at the worldwide premiere in Toronto on September 20th, 2018. This documentary will also satisfy CPE/CPD initiative for lawyers, accountants, and investment or business professionals. Friends of HazloLaw […]

By |2019-05-15T07:12:23-04:00July 31, 2018|Business Law, International Law, News|

Setting up shop in Canada: structures for a foreign corporation wishing to carry on business in Canada

New arbitration and mediation laws adopted by OHADA In this article, we discuss two common structures that a foreign corporation (“ForeignCo”) can use in carrying on a business in Canada. Each structure has its pros and cons and whether one structure is better suited than the other will depend on a variety of factors such […]

By |2019-05-20T07:27:19-04:00May 23, 2018|Articles, International Law, Martin Aquilina|

Enough is enough: half of the Member States temporarily leave UNASUR

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By |2019-05-15T07:12:55-04:00May 23, 2018|International Law, News|

Major Changes are Coming to EU Privacy Law

Martin Aquilina, International Business Lawyer Dustin Paterson, Business Lawyer Threats around the theft and misappropriation of personal information have been around since the dawn of the internet, but as time goes on, these threats are growing and taking on new significance. From recent revelations about Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election to reports […]

By |2019-05-20T07:33:16-04:00May 11, 2018|Articles, International Law, Martin Aquilina|

Another Free Trade Agreement on the horizon? Canada and Mercosur negotiating towards a comprehensive FTA

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By |2019-05-15T07:13:35-04:00April 19, 2018|International Law, News|

FinDev Canada is operational to help the private sector in developing countries

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By |2019-05-15T07:13:52-04:00April 3, 2018|International Law, News|

HazloLaw – Business Lawyers proud to have contributed to 2018 E-iure Compendium

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By |2019-05-15T07:14:09-04:00March 28, 2018|Business Law, International Law, News, Tax Litigation|

Hands off Uncle Sam: the limit on extraterritorial reach of Canadian injunctions in the U.S.

Can a Canadian court stop a person from taking action not only in Canada but also abroad? The answer to that question was answered last year by the Supreme Court of Canada (the “SCC”). As we discussed in our previous article, “Google Inc. v. Equustek Solutions Inc., a Commercial Perspective”, the SCC confirmed the ability […]

By |2019-05-20T07:44:36-04:00March 21, 2018|Articles, International Law, Martin Aquilina|

Reform in West and Central Africa: new arbitration and mediation laws adopted by OHADA

Background on OHADA The Organisation pour l’harmonisation en Afrique du droit des affaires (“OHADA”) is an intergovernmental organization established in 1993, with a mission to harmonize business law in Africa in order to improve legal and judicial security for investors in Africa. Currently, OHADA comprises 17 African Member States: Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Central African […]

By |2019-05-20T07:51:25-04:00January 29, 2018|Articles, International Law, Martin Aquilina|

Trading with Americans: applying Canadian law is not always advantageous

According to conventional wisdom, a party should always push to have its local laws govern its contract. True, applying your own country’s law to a contract can provide certain advantages such as more certainty in the legal process and costs. However, in certain cases, it may be advantageous for a party to have a foreign […]

By |2019-05-20T07:55:40-04:00January 3, 2018|Articles, International Law, Martin Aquilina|

The long arm of American law strikes again! Foreign companies should be careful when dealing with OFAC-sanctioned countries

Summary According to the settlement agreement, TransTel violated U.S. sanctions by paying over eleven million U.S. dollars through its U.S. dollar account at a Singapore-based bank to various third-party vendors that included Iranian companies supplying goods and services associated with Iranian contracts. These payments were processed through the U.S. CSE and TransTel made these payments […]

By |2019-05-20T08:10:59-04:00October 24, 2017|Articles, International Law, Martin Aquilina|

Martin Aquilina’s Speech at Canada 150 – 150th Anniversary of Canadian Confederation in the Americas: Canada’s Role Regarding the Protection of Human Rights

Martin Aquilina, international business lawyer at HazloLaw – Business Lawyers, gave the following trilingual speech at Canada 150 – 150th Anniversary of Canadian Confederation in the Americas: Canada’s Role Regarding the Protection of Human Rights (Click here for the link to the HazloLaw – Business Lawyers’ announcement on its sponsorship of the event):   Bonjour […]

By |2019-05-15T07:15:11-04:00October 20, 2017|International Law, News|

HazloLaw – Business Lawyers proud to announce establishment of an annual fund in memory of Robert McMechan at the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Law

OTTAWA, Ontario – October 6th, 2017 – HazloLaw – Business Lawyers is proud to announce that they have established a new annual fund in memory of their late colleague, Dr. Robert McMechan at the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Law. Described as a “tax litigation expert” by the Ontario courts, Robert McMechan served as Senior […]

By |2019-05-15T07:15:34-04:00October 6, 2017|Business Law, International Law, News, Tax Litigation|

Martin Aquilina to present at the 13th RWP Rechtsanwälte International M&A Conference

[av_three_fourth first] [av_heading heading=’Martin Aquilina to present at the 13th RWP Rechtsanwälte International M&A Conference’ tag=’h1′ style=’blockquote modern-quote modern-centered’ size=” subheading_active=” subheading_size=’15’ padding=’10’ color=” custom_font=” custom_class=”][/av_heading] [av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=” custom_class=”] Martin Aquilina, international business lawyer at HazloLaw – Business Lawyers, will be presenting on “Selected Issues under the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement and […]

By |2019-05-15T07:15:50-04:00August 30, 2017|International Law, News|

HazloLaw – Business Lawyers to sponsor: Canada 150 – 150th Anniversary of Canadian Confederation in the Americas: Canada’s Role Regarding the Protection of Human Rights

[av_three_fourth first] [av_heading tag=’h1′ padding=’10’ heading=’HazloLaw – Business Lawyers to sponsor: Canada 150 – 150th Anniversary of Canadian Confederation in the Americas: Canada’s Role Regarding the Protection of Human Rights’ color=” style=’blockquote modern-quote modern-centered’ custom_font=” size=” subheading_active=” subheading_size=’15’ custom_class=”][/av_heading] [av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=” custom_class=”] HazloLaw – Business Lawyers is proud to sponsor Canada 150 – […]

By |2019-05-15T07:16:07-04:00August 22, 2017|Business Law, International Law, News, Tax Litigation|