Following up on yesterday’s post, this will be a two-part series of posts on the Supreme Court of Canada conflict of laws trilogy in:
Club Resorts Ltd. v. Van Breda, 2012 SCC 17 (“Van Breda”);
Éditions Écosociété Inc. v. Banro Corp., 2012 SCC 18 (“Banro”) and
Breeden v. Black, 2012 SCC 19. (“Black”).
In Part I, I will critically analyze the Van Breda decision and its implications to Canadian conflict of laws generally. In Part II, I will discuss the Banro and Black decisions from the perspective of internet defamation, corporate liability, choice of law and libel tourism. (more…)