Publications

Publications

Publications

Publications

Frustration and Pandemic – A Long Term Perspective on COVID-19 and Frustration of Contracts

Thursday, October 1, 2020

Ken Jull presents at the Toolbox Webinar on the topic of COVID-19 and the frustration of contracts.



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Author:
Kenneth Jull
kjull@grllp.com

Expertise:
Litigation and Dispute Resolution

Coronavirus Emergency Response: Risk Assessment and Risk Management

Monday, March 30, 2020

The global spread of coronavirus is the one of this century’s greatest threats. In North America, people have to reach back to the 9/11 attacks on the United States and the Second World War to...



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Author:
Kenneth Jull
kjull@grllp.com

SNC‐Lavalin: The Concluding Chapter

Friday, February 28, 2020

Ken Jull highlights the concluding chapter in the SNC-Lavalin case.



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Author:
Kenneth Jull
kjull@grllp.com

Deceptive Marketing in the Digital Age

Friday, February 28, 2020

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Author:
Kenneth Jull
kjull@grllp.com

The Total Fraud Test is Still Alive

Friday, July 19, 2019

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Author:
Kenneth Jull
kjull@grllp.com

Expertise:
Litigation and Dispute Resolution

Compliance Now Counts in AntiTrust

Friday, July 12, 2019

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Author:
Kenneth Jull
kjull@grllp.com

Expertise:
Litigation and Dispute Resolution

Debarment Proposals Loosen Their Grip But Reach Out Farther

Wednesday, May 29, 2019

When a corporation is convicted of serious offences such as bribery of foreign officials, the Government of Canada debars that corporation from federal government work. The existing Integrity regime sets...



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Author:
Kenneth Jull
kjull@grllp.com

Expertise:
Litigation and Dispute Resolution

Coming in From the Cold: Deferred Prosecution (Remediation) Agreements in Canada

Thursday, August 2, 2018

Deferred Prosecution agreements have arrived in Canada under the form of “Remediation Agreements”. The availability of Remediation Agreements will be a...



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Author:
Kenneth Jull
kjull@grllp.com

Expertise:
Litigation and Dispute Resolution

Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act: Overview

Monday, December 4, 2017

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Author:
Kenneth Jull
kjull@grllp.com

Internal investigations and privilege

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Ken Jull's piece co-written  with Alexander M. Gay on internal investigations and privilege in the fall issue of The Advocates' Journal.

 



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Author:
Kenneth Jull
kjull@grllp.com

Expertise:
Litigation and Dispute Resolution
Business and Corporate Commercial

R. v. Cody: Trial within a reasonable time and enhancing efficiency

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

The Supreme Court decision in Jordan was a watershed decision that changed the balancing required in considering whether a trial has occurred in a reasonable time. The Court has...



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Author:
Kenneth Jull
kjull@grllp.com

Expertise:
Litigation and Dispute Resolution

Encouraging Dialogue with a Telecommunications Regulator when Penalties are at Risk

Friday, September 9, 2016

We are in the world of Regulation 3.0 – with competing platforms, less regulation, less market power, and more focus on enabling innovation and investment. What does Enforcement 3.0 look like in markets characterized by new and rapidly evolving...



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Author:
Kenneth Jull
kjull@grllp.com

Expertise:
Litigation and Dispute Resolution

The Supreme Court Decision in Lacasse: White Collar Offenders Beware

Thursday, June 30, 2016

In the decision of R. v. Lacasse the Supreme Court of Canada sent a warning to ordinarily law-abiding citizens who commit impaired driving, by upholding a...



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Author:
Kenneth Jull
kjull@grllp.com

Expertise:
Litigation and Dispute Resolution

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