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Canadians May Need To Pursue Internet Defamation Lawsuits Abroad
Is a Canadian citizen, allegedly defamed in an on-line article published in his home province by a foreign newspaper, entitled to vindicate his reputation in the courts of the province where he lives and maintains his business, and where the sting of the article's comments is felt?
Canada
20 Jun 2018
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Employer’s Response To ESA Claim Cannot Form Basis For Defamation Action: Ontario Court
Employers faced with an Employment Standards Act complaint may air the employee’s dirty laundry, so to speak, in that proceeding without fearing a defamation lawsuit, an Ontario court decision suggests
Canada
28 Aug 2012
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E-Mail Campaign Complaining About Retailer Results In Damages For Defamation
Social media is great "word of mouth" advertising when things go right.
Canada
8 Jul 2012
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US Justice Department Announces First-Ever Settlement Of False Claims Act And Antitrust Claims Based On Bid-Rigging In Bureau Of Land Management Mineral Rights Lease Auctions
In this article, Jacob Kaufman discusses Crookes v. Newton, a decision of the Supreme Court of Canada ruling that the creation of a hyperlink to allegedly defamatory material was not publication of that material.
Canada
27 Feb 2012
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