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Repousser la limite : les poursuites pour atteinte à la vie privée peuvent être intentées plus de deux ans après l'atteinte
La Cour d'appel de l'Alberta précise que le délai de prescription d'une poursuite civile pour atteinte à la vie privée ne commence à courir qu'à l'expiration du délai d'appel de l'ordonnance de l'OIPC
Worldwide
12 Aug 2019
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Pushing The Limit: Claims For Privacy Breaches Can Be Filed More Than Two Years After The Breach
Alberta Court of Appeal clarifies that the limitation period for bringing civil actions for privacy breaches doesn't start running until the time to appeal an OIPC order expires
Canada
6 Aug 2019
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Nouveau guide sur le contexte législatif et réglementaire de l'impartition au Canada
Les avocates de Stikeman Elliott Alethea Au et Victoria Hale ont récemment corédigé la contribution canadienne à la rubrique sur l'impartition de Lexology Navigator.
Canada
15 Feb 2019
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Digital Business And Canadian Law: Issues And Trends
Our technology law team recently published Digital Business in Canada, an easy-to-read guide to electronic commerce in the Canadian legal and regulatory context.
Canada
28 Jan 2019
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Not All Opinions Are Fit For Sharing
The balance between freedom of expression and the duty of loyalty is particularly important in the context of social media.
Canada
25 Jan 2019
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Toute opinion n'est pas toujours bonne à dire
Dans une ère où l'opinion semble parfois être privilégiée au détriment de l'information, il est opportun de rappeler les possibles répercussions de simples commentaires par un employé relativement
Canada
25 Jan 2019
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Ce qui est injuste est injuste : le pouvoir discrétionnaire du juge de reformuler des questions communes établies d'un commun accord a ses limites
Il n'est pas fréquent qu'une plainte pour violation de l'équité procédurale d'une partie soit accueillie.
Canada
16 Nov 2018
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The New United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement: Key Highlights
As discussed below, the new agreement is likely to have a profound impact on many businesses.
Canada
31 Oct 2018
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A Win For Equality Rights: Trinity Western v. LSUC
On June 15, 2018, the Supreme Court of Canada delivered its highly anticipated decisions in Trinity Western University, et al. v. Law Society of Upper Canada, and Law Society of British Columbia v. Trinity Western.
Canada
21 Jun 2018
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Joining The Party – A Primer On Third Party Funding
Third-party funding ("TPF") is becoming a hot-button topic as it receives broader acceptance in Canada outside of the realm of class actions and international disputes.
Canada
4 Jun 2018
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Securities Regulators Highlight Concerns With Complaint Handling Systems
The Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA), Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC) and Mutual Fund Dealers Association of Canada (MFDA)...
Canada
2 Jan 2018
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5 Years And Counting: Suncor Wins Another Round In Its Fight To Introduce Random Testing
Unifor then appealed the decision to the Alberta Court of Appeal.
Canada
26 Oct 2017
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Fifteen Key Legal Developments For Oil & Gas Companies
We have summarized key developments in Canadian law from the fourth quarter of 2016, relevant to the oil and gas industry.
Canada
6 Mar 2017
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Arbitrators Retain Discretion To Disclose Personal Information Of Grievors And Witnesses In Awards
The British Columbia Court of Appeal considered whether the Personal Information Protection Act prevents labour arbitrators from disclosing personal information about grievors and witnesses in an arbitration award.
Canada
26 Apr 2016
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Whither The "Nigerian Prince"? Another Canadian Business Pays Penalty Under Anti-Spam Law
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications (CRTC) has announced its third settlement for alleged violations of the anti-spam law...
Canada
27 Nov 2015
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SCC Allows Ecuadorian Plaintiffs To Bring Enforcement Claim Against Chevron In Ontario
In a landmark decision, the Supreme Court of Canada has held that the Ontario Superior Court of Justice has jurisdiction to hear an enforcement action on a multi-billion dollar Ecuadorian judgment against both Chevron, a U.S. corporation with no presence in Ontario, and Chevron Canada, a seventh-level indirect subsidiary of Chevron that was not party to the Ecuadorian action.
Canada
30 Sep 2015
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Ontario Court Of Appeal Clarifies Test For When Action May Be Restored To The Trial List
In its unanimous decision in Carioca's Import & Export Inc. v. Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd., the Ontario Court of Appeal overturned the motion judge's decision...
Canada
30 Sep 2015
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OSC Enforcement Branch To Launch Mediation Pilot Program
The OSC has announced that beginning on May 1, its Enforcement Branch will launch a pilot mediation program for respondents involved in enforcement proceedings before the OSC.
Canada
22 Apr 2015
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Two Wrongs Do Not Make A Right: The Dismissal Of An Employee Having Caused An Accident While Intoxicated And Having Violated A Last Chance Agreement Is Confirmed
On February 6th, 2014, the Superior Court allowed the application for judicial review of an arbitration award having accepted an employee's grievance following his dismissal.
Canada
16 Apr 2014
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