Submissions 2023



Proposed Amendment to Rule 6.1.01 of the Rules of Civil Procedure

  • 03 mai 2023

Proactive submission to the Bifurcation Subcommittee of the Civil Rules Committee regarding a proposed amendment to Rule 6.1.01 of the Rules of Civil Procedure.

Litige civil, Droit de la construction et infrastructure, Droit des assurances et 2 en plus, Droit du travail et de l’emploi, Droit des fiducies et des successions

Gouvernement provincial

Consumer Protection Modernization: NOSIs

  • 27 avril 2023

Modernization of the Consumer Protection Act should include amendments to the PPSA to ensure consistency and alignment, and avoid the exploitation of potential loopholes.

Droit des affaires, Litige civil, Association canadienne des conseillers et conseillères juridiques d’entreprises (Section de l’Ontario)

Gouvernement provincial

OBA Submission to the Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario regarding the Proposed Information (“IT”) Risk Management Guidance

  • 13 avril 2023

The Ontario Bar Association (“OBA”) appreciates the opportunity to provide this proactive submission to the Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario (“FSRA”) on the Proposed Information Technology “IT” Risk Management Guidance (“Guidance”).

Droit des affaires, Droit des régimes de retraite et des avantages sociaux, Droit de la protection de la vie privée et 1 en plus, Technologies de l'information et le droit de la propriété intellectuelle

Gouvernement provincial

OBA Submission on the Proposed Amendment to Ontario Regulation 422/17 (General), a Minister’s Regulation made under the Ontario Immigration Act, 2015 relating to the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP)

  • 20 octobre 2022

OINP offers a pathway towards permanent residence for foreign workers that have the professional and/or educational skills needed to succeed in, and contribute to, Ontario’s labour market. We offer the following comments based on our members’ knowledge of the applicable legal principles and practical experience. These comments are intended to improve fairness in the program, add clarity and consistency, as well as ensure that the program can be implemented in a manner that minimizes uncertainty.

Citoyenneté et immigration