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Petrick (Trustee) v. Petrick, 2019 BCSC 1319 – Not All Joint Tenancies Are Created Equal
In a recent decision, the Supreme Court of British Columbia has clarified the property interests that may arise when a property is held in joint names
Canada
20 Aug 2019
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Crooks Beware: Illegal Income And Support
For some people crime does pay, and the BC Supreme Court takes that face into account when considering awards for spousal and child support.
Canada
9 Oct 2018
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New Mandatory Data Breach Reporting Rules – Tips To Protect Your Organization
What was the first thing that went through your mind the last time you lost your cell phone? How about that time when your laptop was stolen from your car?
Canada
5 Oct 2018
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Cyber Liability – Not Every Crime Is Covered – The Brick V. Chubb Decision
The Alberta Court of Queen's Bench rendered Canada's first legal precedent on the applicability of cyber coverage in the case of The Brick Warehouse LP v. Chubb Insurance Company of Canada.
Canada
20 Sep 2017
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Case Update: Insider Trading And Tipping In Canada And The US
It is now easier for regulators and Courts in Canada and the United States to prove liability in insider trading and tipping cases as a result of two recent decisions.
Worldwide
7 Feb 2017
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Punitive Damage Award Of $350,000 Made Against ICBC For Malicious Prosecution
In a recent BCSC decision ICBC was found guilty of malicious prosecution after ICBC wrongfully accused a new immigrant of making fraudulent insurance claims.
Canada
7 Apr 2016
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Physician-Assisted Death – An Update
After the Supreme Court of Canada decision in Carter v. Canada (Attorney General), the Special Joint Committee of Physician-Assisted Dying was appointed to make recommendations on the framework...
Canada
7 Mar 2016
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Maximizing Ponzi Payback
A "Ponzi scheme," made famous by Charles Ponzi and his fraudulent postage speculation in the 1920s, is little more than an arrangement in which a fraudster pays returns to investors from monies obtained from later investors rather than from any real "profits" of an underlying business venture.
Canada
25 Nov 2015
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SEC Charges 32 Defendants In Connection With Hacked Information
Therefore, public companies and their service providers may want to revisit their cybersecurity practices to help prevent future attacks.
Canada
30 Oct 2015
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Former CFOs Required To Return Bonus And Stock Profits
On February 10, 2015, the Securities and Exchange Commission announced that two former CFOs have agreed to return bonuses and stock sale profits they received while the company they worked for was committing accounting fraud.
United States
23 Feb 2015
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What Happens When A Beneficiary Is Criminally Responsible For The Deceased’s Death?
In this case, the deceased did not leave a Will. As a result, the deceased's estate would pass on intestacy to the deceased's four children.
Canada
29 Aug 2014
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