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Anatomy of an Outsourcing Agreement – Best Practices in Suncor Energy’s ITO Initiative
In 2009, two of Canada’s leading players in the oil and gas sector, Suncor Energy Inc. and Petro-Canada, merged in the year’s top transaction, creating the country's largest energy company.
Canada
28 May 2010
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Privacy Law And Outsourcing In Canada – A Current Overview
This is an age of global computer networks and international data flows. Breaches of data security and cases of identity theft frequently make headlines, and privacy protection is an increasingly pressing public policy concern.
Canada
 
24 Aug 2007
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Transfers Of Personal Information To U.S. ‘Linked’ Service Providers
Much attention has been focussed recently in Canada on the privacy issues arising out of the use of service providers for data processing services where the data is either stored in the U.S. by a U.S. organization or is stored in Canada by a Canadian organization where such organization has a U.S. affiliate (in each case, a U.S. linked service provider).
Canada
 
9 Mar 2005
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Top 10 Recent Changes To The B.C. Freedom Of Information And Privacy Act
On October 21, 2004, the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Amendment Act, 2004 (the Amendments) received Royal Assent. The Amendments purport to address the implications of the Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism Act of 2001 (commonly referred to in the U.S. and Canada as the USA Patriot Act).
Canada
 
9 Mar 2005
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Do’s And Don’ts Of IT Licensing — Top 10 Tips
What are the risks, issues and contractual terms to be aware of for technology license agreements? To create effective licenses for both licensors and licensees, it is important to have an understanding of the common legal and business issues that arise in negotiating licenses by following these "Top 10" tips. Software, Web sites, e-commerce transactions and information technology generally can involve many different forms of intellectual property (IP).
Canada
10 Nov 2004
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Information Technology Outsourcing—Part I
Increasing numbers of Canadian businesses and other institutions are outsourcing their information technology requirements: 1) to reduce costs and internal staffing commitments; 2) to release capital to more productive uses; 3) to gain access to specialized expertise; and, in some cases, 4) to establish or strengthen strategic business relationships.
Canada
18 Aug 2004
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