Privacy, Please: Firm that Breached Instagram’s Privacy Policies Loses Class Action RulingFeb 15, 2022
A discussion of the recent B.C. Supreme Court decision certifying a class action against a U.S.-based marketing firm that breached Instagram privacy rules.
Do We Have Insurance for That? – Why Directors Should Obtain Legal Advice When Buying Company and D&O InsuranceFeb 15, 2022
Directors should engage legal counsel to negotiate insurance agreements, particularly those operating in emerging sectors such as cannabis and cryptocurrency.
Technology Webinar Series Part Three | Head in the Clouds: Understanding Cloud Agreements
In this session, we will discuss some of the legal benefits and risks for both a service provider and a customer to move into the cloud by diving into some of the key provisions which you would expect to see in a cloud agreement and an analysis of the practical considerations which a business should keep in mind when considering offering or accessing cloud services.
Technology Webinar Series Part Two | Service Levels in Tech Services Contracts: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly
In this session, we will provide a deeper dive into the critical considerations in negotiating service level agreements for IT services contracts. We’ll examine essential service level and service level credit contract terms as well as some that can be controversial and also highlight negotiation tips for those that are most contentious between customers and service providers.
Good Smoke? More Guidance on Good Faith from the Ontario Court of AppealFeb 14, 2022
A recent decision by the Ontario Court of Appeal provides more guidance on good faith.
Federal Employer’s First Annual Harassment and Violence Occurrence ReportFeb 11, 2022
Deadline for Federal Employers to file First Annual Harassment and Violence Occurrence Report coming March 1, 2022.
Excess Baggage: Round Two of the Westjet Baggage Fee Class ActionFeb 11, 2022
Trotman v WestJet Airlines Ltd, 2022 BCCA 22- appeal of class action certification against Westjet relating to charging of baggage fees.
Coming Soon to a Clinic Near You: Mandatory Vaccination for Private Regulated Health ProfessionalsFeb 11, 2022
The BC Government announced on February 9, 2022 that a new Public Health Order will mandate vaccination for all private regulated health professionals.
The Impacts of the On-Site and Excess Soil Management Regulation on the Construction Industry
Join Talia Gordner and Annik Forristal of McMillan LLP on March 3rd, for a discussion about the impacts of the On-Site and Excess Soil Management Regulation on the construction industry as we enter Phase 2 of Ontario’s new excess soil regime.
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