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If You Don't Know Why November 1 Is A Big Day In Canada, Read This!
Like many organizations in Canada, yours is probably not fully prepared for the mandatory breach reporting requirements coming into force under the federal Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) November 1, 2018.
Canada
16 Oct 2018
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Waiver Of Privilege Over Cybersecurity Report
The Ontario Superior Court recently ordered Casino Rama Resort to produce excerpts of reports prepared by a cybersecurity company who investigated a cybersecurity breach.
Canada
13 Sep 2018
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Divisional Court Confirms That Interlocutory OSC Orders Not Eligible For Appeal, Judicial Review
In the recent decision of Cheng v Ontario Securities Commission, 2018 ONSC 2502, the Divisional Court held that an interlocutory order of the OSC was not subject to challenge through an appeal...
Canada
30 May 2018
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Legal Update: Common Interest Privilege In Commercial Transactions
On March 6, 2018, the Federal Court of Appeal reversed the decision of the Federal Court of Canada in Iggillis Holdings Inc v Canada (National Revenue).
Canada
14 Mar 2018
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For My Eyes Only: Counsel's And Expert's Eyes Only Protective Order
The Federal Court is willing to grant a restrictive protective order to protect commercially sensitive information disclosed during litigation if justified by unusual circumstances.
Canada
16 Feb 2018
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Protecting Litigation Privilege In Corporate Criminal And Regulatory Investigations
A recent English case offers lessons for Canadian corporations seeking to assert litigation privilege when facing a criminal or quasi-criminal investigation.
Canada
28 Jul 2017
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The Information And Privacy Commissioner Of Alberta Has No Authority To Order Production Of Solicitor-Client Privilege Materials
To set aside a fundamental policy such as solicitor-client privilege requires clear and unambiguous legislative language.
Canada
5 Dec 2016
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B.C. Court Of Appeal Confirms The Scope Of Section 51(2)(B) Of The Evidence Act
Records produced while investigating a physician's professional conduct are barred from production in legal proceedings even if those records are not ultimately produced before a quality assurance hospital committee...
Canada
27 Sep 2016
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The Supreme Court Of Canada Affirms The Paramountcy Of Solicitor-Client Privilege
On June 3, 2016, the Supreme Court of Canada rendered two decisions that affirmed the paramountcy of solicitor-client privilege...
Canada
20 Jun 2016
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FOI Just Got Cool: Access Request For Obama's Advance Copies Of Game Of Thrones
There are obviously some perks that come with power and influence.
Canada
25 Apr 2016
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Addressing Anonymity
The article discusses the tools BC courts have adopted to deal with anonymous online parties and conduct.
Canada
4 Dec 2015
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Le Secret Professionnel Entre Agents De Brevets Et Clients Devient Loi !
Vous vous rappelez le billet de mon collègue Pierre intitulé « Fameuses nouvelles dans le Budget fédéral ! » ?
Canada
26 Jun 2015
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Ontario Court Clarifies Law Around Preparing Expert Reports
On January 29, 2015, the Ontario Court of Appeal released its judgment in Moore v. Getahun, a decision that provides important clarity regarding the preparation and use of expert reports in the context of civil actions.
Canada
4 Feb 2015
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Pharma In Brief - Canada: Federal Court Refuses Stand-Alone Application To Amend Patent Disclosure
In this case, the Federal Court dealt with a sui generis application by the Applicant, F. Hoffmann-La Roche AG, based on ss 53(2) of the Patent Act, who sought a declaration amending, or in the alternative, striking part of the disclosure of its own Canadian Patent No. 2,103,324 (the ‘324 Patent).
Canada
30 Oct 2013
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Settlement Privilege: The Supreme Court Of Canada Weighs In
The Supreme Court of Canada recently confirmed that settlement privilege plays an important role in the promotion of out-of-court settlements and should not be interfered with lightly.
Canada
3 Jul 2013
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US Judge Allows Use Of Computer Software For Assessing Relevancy In Document Review Process
On April 25, 2012, District Judge Carter upheld United States Magistrate Judge Peck’s opinion in Da Silva Moore v Publicis Groupe et al.
Canada
31 May 2012
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