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Case Summary: Du v. Jameson Bank
A bank customer who was defrauded when hackers accessed his email account to instruct a bank to make unauthorized wire transfers was unable to recover his money from the bank.
Canada
16 Jul 2018
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Reduction In Sanction On The Basis Of Delay Is Not Automatic
The Law Society of Upper Canada v Abbott, 2017 ONCA 525, holds that delay in initiating investigatory and disciplinary proceedings does not necessarily justify a reduction in sanction.
Canada
20 Mar 2018
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The Brick Warehouse LP v Chubb Insurance Company Of Canada
As a result of this, the Brick directed payment on ten Toshiba invoices to the RBC account.
Canada
7 Nov 2017
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Privacy Breaches Can Be One-Two Punch For Employers: Arbitrator Awards Damages For Employee Credit Checks That Breached Privacy Legislation
Twenty-six employees of the Alberta Justice and Attorney General’s Maintenance Enforcement Program were each awarded $1250.00 in damages.
Canada
19 Dec 2012
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Cure For The Hangover: Criminal Investigation Issues For Teachers And School Districts — Part 1
I have been defending teachers charged with various criminal offences for 28 years. In this article, I will discuss considerations that apply to teachers and school districts in situations where a teacher is accused of criminal misconduct and cleared, either by way of the police or Crown deciding not to lay a charge or by way of an acquittal after a trial.
Canada
18 Apr 2012
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