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By Eric Lavallée
Technologies based on blockchains and AI imply a considerable change for our society. Being that the security of data exchanged is vital, companies must begin adopting a long-term approach right now.
By Andrée-Anne Perras-Fortin
Similarly to human beings, machines are now capable of creating.
By Florence Forest, Judith Rochette
Technology is now a part of our day-to-day lives, and we've learned how to use it.
By Luc Thibaudeau
The duty to inform is one of the main obligations sellers owe to their purchasers. This applies in the context of civil law, business law or consumer law.
By Marie-Claude Cantin, Jean Hébert
The issue in Ledcor was whether the builder's risk policy taken out by the contractor that was contractually responsible for cleaning the windows of a building, covered damage to the windows ...
By Marie Cossette, Sarah Leclerc
Last December 9, the Lieutenant Governor assented to Bill 87 entitled An Act to facilitate the disclosure of wrongdoings relating to public bodies, whose purpose, as the name indicates...
By Léonie Gagné
Autonomous cars have really taken off in the last few years, particularly due to the interest of both consumers and the businesses who develop and improve them.
By Katia Opalka
On October 17th, 2013, the Supreme Court of Canada released its long-awaited decision in "Castonguay Blasting", commonly referred to as the fly-rock case.
By François Parent
On September 17, 2013, after holding special consultations in June and August 2013, the Committee on Public Finance published its conclusions and recommendations on the report of the Expert Committee regarding the future of the Quebec Retirement System (the "D’Amours Report").
By François Parent
Can an employee’s insubordination amount to repudiation of his employment contract, thus providing his employer with just and sufficient cause to dismiss him?
By Dominique Bélisle
On August 6, 2013, the Quebec Court of Appeal rendered a very interesting decision in the case of "Anglo Pacific Group plc v. Ernst & Young Inc., 9261-0690 Québec Inc., Northern Star Mining Corp. and Jake Resources Inc."
By Sophie Prégent
The planning of a construction project or start-up of an industrial activity requires prior verification of a number of matters.
By Jean-Sébastien Desroches
Disputes between shareholders sometimes have serious consequences for a business corporation and can be an impediment to the carrying on of the operations in the ordinary course of business.
By Josianne Beaudry
There is no doubt that small and mediumsized enterprises and businesses in the startup phase face multiple challenges when seeking financing.
By André Laurin, André Vautour
Many SMEs have a true Board of Directors and have asked outsiders to sit on it.
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