Services, Sensitive Technologies, Luxury Goods, Gold, and Disinformation Sanctions – Plus a Forfeiture Regime: Canada’s Latest Responses to the Russian Invasion of UkraineJul 13, 2022
Canada has targeted Russia and Belarus with a series of further economic sanctions with asset seizure.
Canadian securities regulators propose changes to enhance derivatives data reporting.
New AML Requirements for Luxury Goods Likely: The Cullen Commission on Money Laundering Recommendations Respecting Luxury Goods and the Automotive SectorJul 8, 2022
Cullen Commission of Inquiry into Money Laundering in British Columbia’s AML recommendations for the luxury goods sector (including automotive) are discussed.
A trademark registration in Canada is invalid if the application for registration was filed in bad faith.
A recent joint investigation of Canadian privacy commissioners provides guidance for organizations using mobile apps.
Developers Beware: Changes to O. Reg. 242/08 Under the Endangered Species Act and What They Mean for Projects Already UnderwayJul 5, 2022
Companies may be affected by updated requirements under the Endangered Species Act, including prohibitions on harming new species at risk and related exemptions.
Bill C-26, An Act respecting cyber security, would do two things: amend the Telecommunications Act and enact the Critical Cyber Systems Protection Act.
Certified Today, Dismissed Tomorrow: Ontario Court Dismisses Automotive Class Action after Successful CertificationJun 29, 2022
An Ontario court has dismissed a proposed class action against an automobile manufacturer on the merits for alleged false claims after certification.
Canadian patent practices related to "excess claim fees" and RCEs come into force on October 3, 2022. Is your business ready?
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