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Reviewing Outsourcing And Technology Arrangements In Uncertain Times
There is no doubt that vendors of software and technology services will be adversely affected by the current global financial crisis.
Canada
22 Jun 2009
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OSFI Revises Outsourcing Guideline B-10 For Federally Regulated Institutions In Canada
On March 11, 2009, the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions of Canada (OSFI) released a revised version of Guideline B-10, Outsourcing of Business Activities, Functions and Processes.
Canada
6 Apr 2009
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Bombardier: Outsourcing Transactions And Severance Payment Obligations Under The Ontario Employment Standards Act, 2000
To meet changing business objectives, a business may transfer, sell, lease or outsource a part or all of its operations to another business. From an employment perspective, this means that an employee may cease employment with a vendor and accept employment with the purchaser.
Canada
1 Feb 2008
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Competition: The Key To A Better Deal
Perhaps the most significant new and evolving development in outsourcing is competitive procurement. More and more customers are approaching the process of choosing an outsourcing service provider through a competitive bidding process with the use of more effective RFPs and a more disciplined process governing responses.
Canada
26 Sep 2007
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Canada’s Privacy Commissioner Releases Decision on Outsourcing and USA Patriot Act
The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada has released a decision that clears up some uncertainty surrounding outsourcing in view of Canada’s federal privacy statute, the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA).
Canada
16 Nov 2005
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Privacy Versus Patriots
Those who handle individuals’ personal information, including financial details, in the course of business are required to treat that information in accordance with Canada’s privacy laws. This includes getting an individual’s consent as to where and to whom this information is disclosed.
Canada
 
20 Sep 2005
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Final SEC Rule on Asset-Backed Securities and Its Implications for the Canadian ABS Market
On December 15, 2004, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission approved a comprehensive final rule (SEC Rule) that sets out the registration, disclosure and reporting requirements for asset-backed securities (ABS) under U.S. securities laws.
Canada
 
5 May 2005
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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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