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Alberta Court Of Appeal Confirms The Limitation Period For Statutory Damages Claims Under PIPA
The Alberta Court of Appeal has recently confirmed that the limitation period under the Alberta Limitations Act
Canada
30 Aug 2019
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Case Summary: Jane Doe 72511 v Morgan
After the Plaintiff was assaulted by her domestic partner while living with him in his parents' home and he published a pornographic video of her on the internet
Canada
2 Aug 2019
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Estate Planning For Privacy
The Supreme Court of Canada may soon be considering the intersection between estate and privacy law as well as the public policy behind the "open court" principle.
Canada
31 Jul 2019
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A New Approach To The Reasonable Expectation Of Privacy: R v Jarvis, 2019 SCC 10
Though it emerges in a criminal law context, the new decision of the Supreme Court of Canada in R v Jarvis, 2019 SCC 10 is likely to have an impact on future cases that consider the scope of an individual's privacy interest, whether in the criminal or civil sphere.
Canada
28 Feb 2019
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2018 A Year In Review Seminar Series
The Field Law Labour and Employment Group presents the annual Year in Review seminars in Calgary and Edmonton. Join us for legal updates and practical challenges for management and employee groups in the areas of:
Canada
16 Jan 2019
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2018 Year In Review For Northern Employers
Join Field Law for a review of the most important legal cases from 2018. Topics covered will include:
Canada
16 Jan 2019
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CRTC Imposes Penalties On Two Companies For Distributing Malware Online
Recently, the Canadian federal government publicized anti-spam legislation, generally referred to as "CASL" ...
Canada
29 Aug 2018
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Are Your Personality Rights Protected?
The present day is marked by the propagation of cameras in nearly every device and the ability to instantaneously share and spread photos and information.
Canada
17 May 2018
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Case Summary: Oliveira v. Aviva Canada Inc.
As this was an application to define the insurer's duty to defend, all parties agreed that the only evidence relevant was the Statement of Claim and the insurance policy.
Canada
18 Dec 2017
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R v Jarvis: Is There A Reasonable Expectation Of Privacy In Schools?
In R v Jarvis, the Ontario Court of Appeal recently discussed the existence of a reasonable expectation of privacy in a school environment.
Canada
5 Dec 2017
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What Evidence Is Required To Implement Random Drug And Alcohol Testing Policies In Safety Sensitive Workplaces?
On September 28, 2017, the Alberta Court of Appeal issued its decision on Suncor Energy Inc v Unifor Local 707A, which considered the degree of evidence required to justify a random alcohol...
Canada
3 Oct 2017
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Your Career May Be An Open Book: Privacy And Regulatory Investigations
In dismissing an appeal by an Alberta lawyer who alleged that his Charter rights were violated by an order allowing a law society investigator to search his computers, cell phones, and other electronic devices, ...
Canada
13 Sep 2017
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Government of Canada Suspends CASL's Private Right of Action Provisions
By Order in Council dated June 7, 2017, the federal government suspended the coming into force of the private right of action provisions under Canada's Anti-Spam legislation (CASL), "in response to broad-based concerns raised by businesses, charities and the not-for-profit sector."
Canada
12 Jun 2017
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Legislation Protecting Victims Of Non-Consensual Distribution Of Intimate Images
On May 1, 2017, the Alberta legislature passed Bill 202, which created the Protecting Victims of Non-Consensual Distribution of Intimate Images Act (the "Act").
Canada
10 May 2017
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Another Canadian Decision Reaches Outside Canada
This fascinating Ontario case deals with an Alberta-based individual who complained of certain material that was re-published on the website Globe24h.com based in Romania.
Canada
1 Mar 2017
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CASL News: The CRTC Provides Long-Awaited Guidance On Implied Consent And The Assessment Of Administrative Monetary Penalties
Blackstone chose to dispute the notice of violation, arguing that it had implied consent to send the CEMs in question and that the amount of the AMP was too high.
Canada
23 Jan 2017
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Dear CASL: When Can I Rely On "Implied Consent"?
Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) is overly complex and notoriously difficult to interpret – heck, even lawyers start to see double when they read the official title of the law (An Act to promote the efficiency and adaptability of the Canadian economy by regulating certain activities that discourage reliance on electronic means of carrying out commercial activities
Canada
5 Nov 2016
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Online Defamation & Libel: The Trump Effect
It's not often that our little blog intersects with such titanic struggles as the U.S. presidential race – and by using the term "titanic" I certainly don't mean to suggest that anything disastrous is in the future.
Canada
17 Oct 2016
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The Wild West: Drone Laws And Privacy In Canada
'Drones' were first known by the military as unmanned aerial vehicles, and later by the International Civil Aviation Organization as remotely piloted aircraft systems.
Canada
23 Sep 2016
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Liability of Cloud-Based Service Provider For Data Breach
Silverpop Systems provides digital marketing services through a cloud-based tool called ‘Engage'. Leading Market Technologies, Inc. ("LMT") engaged Silverpop through a service agreement ..
Canada
24 May 2016
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