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Benchmarking Businesses' Privacy Framework: Highlights From The 2019 IAPP-EY Annual Privacy Governance Report
The authors of the Report surveyed companies across the globe to determine privacy governance trends. The Report aims to understand the structure of businesses' privacy programs
Worldwide
14 Oct 2019
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IIROC Guidance Highlights Limitations On Limitation Of Liability Clauses In Retail Client Account Agreements
IIROC guidance highlights limitations on limitation of liability clauses in retail client account agreements.
Canada
14 Oct 2019
3
Finding A Co-Ordinated Approach To Cyber-Threats
Cyberattacks on Canadian businesses are increasing in volume and sophistication. Thankfully, Canada's approach to fighting such threats is also becoming more sophisticated
Canada
14 Oct 2019
4
Responding To Complaints Before The College Of Audiologists And Speech-Language Pathologists Of Ontario A Defence Lawyer's Perspective
As legal counsel for audiologists and speech-language pathologists, we are regularly asked questions about the complaints process before the College of Audiologists and ...
Canada
14 Oct 2019
5
Alberta's Electricity-Generation Markets: The Alternating Currents Of Governmental Regulation
On July 26, 2019, Alberta's newly-formed government announced their intention to return to an energy-only electricity market.1 The announcement signalled the end of the previous ...
Canada
14 Oct 2019
6
Constitutional Clarity For Port Operations
In Attorney General of Quebec v. IMTT-Quebec Inc.[1], the Quebec Court of Appeal concluded that IMTT-Quebec Inc.'s ("IMTT") activities at the Port of Quebec are not subject to the environmental ...
Canada
14 Oct 2019
7
Governance Policy Check-Up: It May Be Overdue
With an ever-shifting regulatory landscape filled with complex and evolving risks, public companies need to be vigilant in ensuring...
Canada
14 Oct 2019
8
SABS Priority Disputes 101: Help!
It's a Friday afternoon before a long weekend, of course, and you've just received a potential SABS priority dispute.
Canada
14 Oct 2019
9
Cap On Non-Pecuniary Damages Does Not Apply For Intentional Torts
In D.S. v. Quesnelle the Ontario Superior Court held that the cap on general damages of $100,000 set by the "trilogy" Supreme Court of Canada cases did not apply to intentional torts.
Canada
14 Oct 2019
10
Interpreting "The Whole Agreement" In Austin v. Bell Canada
In a recent class action, a comma in a pension plan was alleged to have generated a dispute of more than $100 million.
Canada
14 Oct 2019
11
No Damages Without Invalidation Ab Initio – A Look At Wenger SA v Travelway Group International Inc
A valid trademark registration is also a defence to a trademark infringement action.
Canada
11 Oct 2019
12
Take A Break: Court Of Appeal Rules That Employee's Rescinded Resignation Still Interrupted Length Of Employment
The Ontario Court of Appeal has overturned a trial decision and found that when an employee resigned from employment
Canada
11 Oct 2019
13
Canadian Class Action Commenced Against Breast Implant Manufacturer Allergan
In spite of having this knowledge, the defendants have failed to warn Canadian patients adequately or at all about these risks and have still not recalled the Allergan Implants in Canada.
Canada
11 Oct 2019
14
Catastrophic Designation For Children With ABI
Recognize the effects of ABI in children, adolescents and their families.
Canada
11 Oct 2019
15
Legal Rights Of Family Members
Legal Rights of Family Members.
Canada
11 Oct 2019
16
When To Hire A Personal Injury Lawyer
Once a lawyer is retained they will typically take over all communication with the insurance company.
Canada
11 Oct 2019
17
Pedestrian-Motor Vehicle Accidents: Tort & Accident Benefits Law To Know
I was consulted this year by the family of someone who had been walking in a pedestrian crossover when she was struck by a motor vehicle.
Canada
11 Oct 2019
18
Crowning Copyright – When Copyright Works Are Deemed To Belong To The Government
For the first time, the Supreme Court of Canada has addressed Crown copyright (i.e. when copyright will be deemed to belong to the Canadian government)
Canada
11 Oct 2019
19
What To Do When You Are A Victim Of Data Breach
If this has happened to you, you will want to know what to do to protect yourself in such a circumstance.
Canada
11 Oct 2019
20
Prompt Payment For Construction In Ontario
Prompt payment arrived for Ontario's construction industry October 1, 2019. The final stage of implementation of the changes introduced the Construction Lien Amendment Act, 2017
Canada
11 Oct 2019
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