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Tech Issues In M&A Will Keep Dealmakers In The Cloud
"Every company is now a tech company." This phrase is heard more and more in the business community, from commentators to CEOs of multinational corporations.
Canada
25 Jan 2016
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Appellate Court Clarifies Limits Of Internet Anonymity
The recent Ontario Divisional Court decision in Warman v. Fournier, set a significant Internet law precedent by ruling that the identity of an anonymous Internet user will not be automatically disclosed to a plaintiff in civil litigation, even though the information is in the possession of a named defendant.
Canada
18 Aug 2010
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Canadian Securities Regulators Propose Permitting Website Posting of Annual Proxy Materials
Canada’s securities regulators are proposing changes to National Instrument 54-101, Communication with Beneficial Owners of Securities of a Reporting Issuer.
Canada
14 Jun 2010
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When Directors Should get Worried
Directors have significant responsibilities, but so do those in many other jobs and roles. There is a big difference between the need to be vigilant and to take your role seriously, and the need to be worried about that role.
Canada
27 Jan 2005
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At the Forefront of Technology and Life Sciences Practice in Canada and Beyond
An interview with Cheryl V. Reicin, Partner, Torys LLP.
Canada
 
19 Nov 2004
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ISP Liability: Canada’s Proposed Copyright Reforms
Technology has always driven copyright reform. Each new medium—from audio recordings to television—has offered a new way to capture and disseminate ideas.
Canada
 
31 Aug 2004
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Get it Right the First Time
Outsourcing—once an obscure idea considered to be the domain of information technology professionals—has now arrived as a mainstream business strategy that is on the agenda of all senior management.
Canada
8 Apr 2004
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Information Technology Lawyers: Adding Value in Corporate Transactions
Transaction teams involved in buying or selling a business, or part of it, need to fully understand the value and complexity of the information technology assets that form part of the deal.
Canada
15 Mar 2004
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