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.
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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