Canada/Cross Border

Cybersecurity In International Arbitration

One more venue in which cybersecurity proves to be a potentially significant issue: An article in Practical Law from Latham & Watkins attorneys Jennifer […]

Trends In Canadian M&A

An unusually strong end of year 2015 bolstered Canadian M&A activity, and the trend continued into early 2016, writes Blake, Cassels & Graydon attorney […]

Lawyers Who Challenged Canadian Gov’t Now Fight For Pay

Two Canadian lawyers who opposed the appointment of a judge to that country’s Supreme Court – an appointment that was ultimately scuttled under controversy […]

Critics Slam IP Rules In Pacific Trade Pact

In negotiations over the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), intellectual property provisions are proving to be a major bone of contention. A legal analyst for the […]

Chicken Farm Doesn’t Cut It As Document Shredder

A privacy official in Canada has ruled that a nursing home’s contract with a chicken farm violates Canada’s Health Information Protection Act. (That’s “HIPA,” […]

For U.S. Companies, Ignorance Of Canada Privacy Law Could Be Costly

A Q&A with Fasken Martineau partner Alex Cameron, about recent developments in Canadian privacy and cybersecurity law. Plaintiffs are seeking damages in these cases […]

Prime Minister, Chief Justice Spat Worrying Canadian Lawyers

The head of the association that represents lawyers in Canada is trying to smooth a rift between Prime Minister Stephen Harper and the chief […]

Vast New Powers For A Canada Securities Regulator

An advisory from WeirFoulds warns that the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC)  has initiated a major change in the way it addresses securities fraud. The […]