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Restrictions On Communications During The Election For Post-Secondary Institutions
Alberta post-secondary institutions are subject to new election laws restricting public communications during the 2019 election period.
Canada
29 Mar 2019
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Case Summary: Modisette v. Apple Inc.
In the context of a motor vehicle accident where the at-fault driver was distracted by using his cell phone, the claim against Apple Inc. for marketing the cell phone without technology to disable its use...
Canada
11 Mar 2019
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Year in Review: Important Professional Regulatory Cases Of 2018
Learn about the most important professional regulatory Court cases of the past year. What are the key legal trends? What are the strategic and operational implications for regulators?
Canada
16 Jan 2019
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How Do "Smart Contracts" Fit With "Traditional Contracts"?
A "smart contract" is really a set of computer programs designed to automatically execute certain transaction steps, provided certain conditions are met.
Canada
6 Nov 2018
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Cyber Losses: A Serious Organizational Risk In The Modern World
The question facing organizations today is not if they will suffer a cyberattack but when.
Canada
24 Sep 2018
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Of Beer And Borders
Right now, Alberta Premier Notley and her government are thinking "stupid laws!", because they can't seem to get around the ones that affect subsidies or grants for Alberta craft brewers.
Canada
14 Jun 2018
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Unauthorized Practice: Strategies That Work
Regulators have an obligation to protect the public from unqualified, unauthorized persons practicing the profession
Canada
20 Mar 2018
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Class Action Against Google's Crowd Sourcing
When Google recruits your human brain to decode text, it is doing two things: it is providing a service that protects websites from bots, automated spam and abuse, "while letting real people pass through with ease."
Canada
8 Mar 2016
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Apple Watch Design Patent
Yesterday, the USPTO issued a registration for the Apple Watch, which provides protection for a term of 14 years in the US
Canada
7 May 2015
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Norwich Orders: You Can't Be Anonymous On The Internet After All
Itís hard to start a lawsuit when you donít know who youíre suing.
Canada
7 Jun 2013
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What's The Use? Give Your Trade-Mark's Life Some Meaning
The most important, and most often overlooked, aspect of giving validity and value to your companyís trade-marks is how they are "used."
Canada
31 Mar 2013
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Cloud Computing Law: Balancing Privacy And Investigation
Megaupload Ltd. is alleged to have disseminated copyright protected movies and music and US prosecutors now have the task of gaining access to the companyís servers in a bid to prove their case.
Canada
29 Jan 2013
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Privacy: "Get Over It"?
Not so fast. In 1999, the CEO of Sun Microsystems famously said: "You have zero privacy anyway. Get over it."
Canada
30 Oct 2012
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Pinch And Zoom: Apple vs. Samsung
Last week, the ruling in Appleís patent infringement lawsuit was released. Once upon a time the public was captivated by things like sensational celebrity trials.
Canada
30 Aug 2012
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Licensing: The Good, The Bad, And The Virtual
Virtual desktops running on the cloud (Desktop-as-a-Service or DaaS, if you need another acronym) have delivered desktop-style computing to mobile devices such as iPads and Android tablets.
Canada
15 May 2012
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The Cloud: What Goes Up Must Come Down
A recent Gmail outage reminds us that the cloud is not always up.
Canada
 
26 Apr 2012
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The Franchisor - What He Has To Tell You!
Choosing franchising as your way of getting into business can be an excellent choice.
Canada
20 Apr 2012
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Canada
3 Apr 2012
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