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The Growth And Expansion Of Streaming Services
The source of our television services is significantly changing from traditional cable and television services to online providers. The actively changing
Canada
19 Aug 2019
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5G Technology Driving M&A Activity In The Telecommunications Sector
Accordingly, telecommunications companies should pursue technology and talent thoughtfully, ensuring that integration plans are in place beforehand.
Canada
1 Aug 2019
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A Director Is Held Personally Liable For Violating Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation
For the first time since Canada's anti-spam legislation came into force, the CRTC has held a corporate director personally liable for violations to the CASL.
Canada
15 May 2019
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The Impact Of 5G Technology On M&A
Global M&A activity in the technology, media and telecommunications industry reached an all-time high of 3,389 deals in 2018.
Canada
1 Feb 2019
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Intermediary Liability For Internet Services Under NAFTA 2.0
As organizations around the globe grapple with disinformation and fake news, the digital trade provisions in NAFTA's successor may help assuage fears that internet content providers could be held responsible for such content
Canada
24 Jan 2019
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No Bad Apple Here: Competition Bureau Ends Two-Year Investigation Into iphone Contracts
The Bureau generally considers clauses of this nature to be vertical restraints that may impair competition.
Canada
12 Jan 2017
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Recording Client Calls By Brokerage Firm Not A Breach Of Privacy Due To Consent: Turkson v. TD Direct Investing 2016 BCSC 732
Mr. Turkson commenced proceedings against TD Waterhouse regarding his trading dealings with them, including claims for breach of contract, negligence, breach of fiduciary duty, breach of trust, fraud, wilful concealment and breach of privacy.
Canada
13 Jun 2016
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The "Uber" Rise Of Peer-To-Peer Sharing
Social media has changed the way we do business by connecting us online to buy goods and services from each other.
Canada
5 Feb 2015
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Newly Released Guidance On Corporate Compliance With Anti-Spam Law
The countdown is on. The main provisions of Canada's new anti-spam law will come into effect on July 1, 2014.
Canada
30 Jun 2014
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Canadian Not-For-Profit Alert: Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation In Force July 1, 2014
CASL applies to every organization in Canada that sends commercial electronic messages, including registered charities and non-profit organizations.
Canada
18 Jun 2014
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Ryan Berger Featured On Anti-SPAM (CASL) In The Vancouver Board Of Trade's Sounding Board
Read Ryan Berger's article "Prepare for Canada's anti-spam law" featured in the June 2014 edition of The Vancouver Board of Trade's Sounding Board.
Canada
13 Jun 2014
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Rogers Dodges Major Penalty For Failing To Test Performance Claims
The Ontario Superior Court recently imposed an administrative monetary penalty (AMP) of $500,000 against Chatr Wireless Inc. and Rogers Communications Inc.
Canada
5 Mar 2014
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The Canadian Anti-Spam Law
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has initiated a series of publications aimed at facilitating compliance with Canada’s new anti-spam law.
Canada
17 Oct 2012
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Foreign Ownership Restrictions Relaxed For Telecom Carriers In Canada
Consistent with prior policy announcements, the federal government in Canada has passed legislation relaxing restrictions on foreign ownership.
Canada
17 Jul 2012
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Changes To Foreign Ownership Rules Applying To Canadian Telecommunications Companies
On March 14, 2012, the Canadian government announced that it will permit foreign ownership of Canadian telecommunications companies that have less than a 10% share of the national telecommunications market.
Canada
28 Mar 2012
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Controlling Canadian Control Tests: Court Supports Cabinet’s Power To Decide
In a recent ruling "Power Corporation du Canada c. Mouvement d'éducation et de défense des actionnaires", the Quebec Court of Appeal addressed certain issues related to section 157(1) of the "Canada Business Corporations Act" ("CBCA") which requires a corporation to keep a copy of the financial statements of each of its direct and indirect subsidiaries at its registered office.
Canada
29 Jun 2011
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Ban On Cell Phone Use While Driving Takes Effect On October 26, 2009: What Should Employers In Ontario Do?
On April 23, 2009, the Ontario Legislature passed into law the Countering Distracted Driving and Promoting Green Transportation Act, (the "Cell Phone Act"), which amends the Highway Traffic Act to prohibit the use of certain display and handheld communication and entertainment devices while operating a motor vehicle, particularly those that are capable of receiving or transmitting telephone communications, electronic data, mail or text messages.
Canada
16 Oct 2009
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Further Liberalization Of Foreign Investment Policy In India
The gradual liberalization and deregulation of the Indian foreign investment regime has generated significant interest among foreign investors, making India one of the fastest growing destinations for global foreign direct investment.
India
16 Jul 2009
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