The Second Opinion: International Uranium Dispute Undermined by the Hague Convention

The following post by Anthony Alexander of the Opinions Group of McCarthy Tétrault may be of interest to readers of this blog.

The Second Opinion: International Uranium Dispute Undermined by the Hague Convention

A very recent ruling of the Ontario Court of Appeal, Khan Resources Inc. v. Atomredmetzoloto JSC, 2013 ONCA 189, is significant for two reasons:  first, it provides appellate authority addressing the interaction between domestic civil procedure rules and international conventions; and, secondly, it highlights a potential pitfall facing Canadian companies doing business with foreign entities (and particularly state-controlled foreign entities). Read more.

 

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