Canadian Chamber Helps Set Major Supreme Court Precedent
“The Canadian Chamber of Commerce, represented by the law firm Torys LLP, recently participated in an important case at the Supreme Court of Canada called C.M. Callow Inc. v. Zollinger. The Court’s judgment was released on December 18, 2020, and has already been making waves in Canada’s business and legal communities.
The case, brought by a small business owner, affects how all businesses and individuals must exercise their rights and obligations under contracts. In particular, it expands existing law to prohibit additional forms of dishonest conduct in contractual relationships. It also has a number of practical implications, discussed below, for how businesses should deal with their contracts”.
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