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By British Columbia Employer Advisor, Ryley Mennie
As technology becomes more inexpensive, accessible and ubiquitous, we are seeing an increase in employers' use of surveillance tools
By SnIP/ITs Blog, Maureen Gillis
2017 was an eventful year in technology law both in Canada and abroad. From a surprise late reprieve from the year's most anxiously anticipated anti-spam legislative provisions to a decision ...
By CyberLex Blog, Carole Piovesan, Kirsten Thompson
By all accounts, "Maple Valley" is thriving. 2017 saw Canada, home to the second largest tech sector outside Silicon Valley, solidify its position as a leader in the field of artificial intelligence ("AI").
By John Boscariol, Robert Glasgow, Andrew Matheson, Martha Harrison, Gabriel Querry, Claire Seaborn
In recent years, Canada has been steadily increasing its efforts at combatting corruption of public officials and improving transparency of payments involving governments ...
By Consumer & Retail Advisor, Ana Badour, Claire Gowdy, Lara Nathans
On January 1, 2018, new consumer protection regulations came into effect in Ontario that generally prohibit the expiry of royalty or rewards points due to the passage of time alone (the "expiry ban").
By Canadian ERA Perspectives, Bryn Gray, Stephanie Axmann
This coming Monday, January 15th, the SCC will hear the appeal of the Mikisew Cree First Nation from the FCA's decision in Courtoreille v. Canada, a significant duty to consult case which we wrote about in 2017.
By Canadian ERA Perspectives, Stephanie Axmann
On December 1, 2017, the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) issued its decision in First Nation of Nacho Nyak Dun v. Yukon...
By British Columbia Employer Advisor, Donovan Plomp
In British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal v. Schrenk, 2017 SCC 62, the Supreme Court of Canada considered the scope of section 13(1) of BC's Human Rights Code, which concerns discrimination ...
By Canadian Class Actions Monitor, Lan Nguyen, Lyndsey Delamont
Rule 334.3 requires leave of the Federal Court for discontinuances of class actions. All but one of the Defendants consented to the discontinuance
By SnIP/ITs Blog, Ana Badour, Heidi Gordon, Kirsten Thompson, Laure Fouin, Shane D'Souza, Shauvik Shah, Eriq Yu
As predicted in our 2016 year-end report, 2017 proved to be a busy year for Fintech in Canada, with a number of important regulatory developments.
By CyberLex Blog, Dominic Thérien, Donald Houston
In a long judicial saga which is now coming one step closer to an end, the Federal Court of Appeal ("FCA") has confirmed the decision of the Competition Tribunal ...
By Restructuring Roundup, Pantelis Kyriakakis
Joint venture partners commonly enter into operating agreements which grant operators a security interest, referred to as an operator's lien.
By The International Arbitration Blog, Layne Thiessen
In Toyota Tsusho Wheatland Inc v Encana Corporation[1], the Alberta Court of Queen's Bench dealt with the tension between the contractual autonomy ...
By CyberLex Blog, Sonia Struthers, Shane D'Souza, Arie van Wijngaarden, Laure Fouin, Shauvik Shah
On December 11, 2017, Munchee Inc., a California-based developer of a restaurant app, shut down its initial coin offering ("ICO") after the Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC") ...
By Mining Prospects, Frederico Marques, Etienne Ravilet Guzman
On 12 December, 2017, Chile's Corporation for the Promotion of Production ("CORFO"), together with the National Service of Geology and Mining ("Sernageomin") ...
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