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New "Checks" On Criminal Record Checks
On Nov. 1, 2018, new "checks" on the police record check system will be in force under Ontario's Police Record Checks Reform Act.
Canada
23 Oct 2018
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Health And Safety Crime Sentencing Hits The Health And Care Sector
The Sentencing Council's Definitive Guideline for health and safety, corporate manslaughter, and food safety and hygiene offences has significantly increased sentences and the care sector is starting to feel the effects.
UK
10 Jun 2016
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Mandatory Minimum Sentences For Firearm Infractions: A Cruel And Unusual Punishment
On April 14, 2015 the Supreme Court of Canada released its decision in R v. Nur, 2015 SCC 15.
Canada
21 Apr 2015
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The Long-Gun Registry And Co-Operative Federalism
In a 5-4 decision, the Court held that the Québec government has no right to access the long-gun registry information.
Canada
15 Apr 2015
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Supreme Court Remands "Mr. Big" Case To B.C. Court Of Appeal
On Feb. 26, 2015, the Supreme Court of Canada remanded a case involving a "Mr. Big" confession back to the Court of Appeal of British Columbia for reconsideration in accordance with R v. Hart, 2014 SCC 52.
Canada
20 Mar 2015
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Russia Criminalizes Counterfeit Medicines
On Dec. 25, 2014, the Russian Parliament adopted new legislation aimed at the criminalization of (1) pharmaceutical counterfeiting and (2) distribution of counterfeited and falsified medicines and medical devices.
Russian Federation
11 Feb 2015
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Brand New Strength: Canadian Trademark Law Changes To Give Brand Owners More Enforcement Muscle
The Combating Counterfeit Products Act, which received royal ascent on Dec. 9, 2014, has strengthened the rights and remedies afforded to brand owners in Canada.
Canada
10 Feb 2015
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Corporate Directors Jailed For Health And Safety Violations After Death Of Worker
An Ontario court has ordered two corporate directors to serve 25 days in jail for failing to take reasonable care to ensure that their company complied with the Ontario Occupational Health and Safety Act and regulations.
Canada
2 Feb 2015
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Jarvis Principles Under Siege In Piersanti v The Queen
The recent Piersanti v The Queen1 decision offers an important lesson for both tax professionals and criminal defense counsel.
Canada
8 Oct 2013
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The Six Minute Criminal Defence Lawyer 2012 - Protection Against Self-Incrimination - Update On Section 13 Of The Charter
The protection against self-incrimination has been described by the Supreme Court of Canada as the "single most important" organizing principle of our criminal justice system.
Canada
18 Jul 2012
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