British Columbia Privacy Commissioner Releases Guidance on Collecting Personal Information for Political ActivitiesNov 1, 2022
BC Privacy Commissioner releases guidance on how federal and provincial political organizations can conform to BC's privacy legislation when campaigning.
This article summarizes a recent decision regarding disguised expropriation arising from conservation rezoning.
Johnson provides novel appellate consideration of the test to grant an extension of a court ordered opt-out period in class proceedings.
Drafting a pay when paid clause in light of Alberta's Prompt Payment and Construction Lien Act.
Payments Canada implements changes to Rule H1 for Pre-Authorized Debit transactions, effective October 3, 2022.
Alberta's Human Rights Tribunal sent a strong warning to employers that behave badly by ordering one of the highest general damages awards in its history.
Modernizing the Rail Transportation System in the National Public Interest
This bulletin discusses a recent Ontario Superior Court of Justice decision on dispute resolution clauses in commercial contracts.
USD LIBOR will end June 30, 2023. We discuss LIBOR discontinuation timelines, recent development with respect to SOFR and approaches to replacing LIBOR.
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