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By Chantal Bernier, Adam Allouba
On November 1, 2018, previously-announced amendments to Canada's Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) came into force.
By Peter Stockburger
Consumer privacy rights in California are well established.
By Emma Broad, Brian Kennedy
Camelot Garden Management Ltd v. Khoo is a case that considers the status of a property guardian and, more specifically, whether such guardians are genuinely licensees ...
By Peter Stockburger
California recently became the first state in the union to pass a cybersecurity law addressing "smart" devices and Internet of Things (IoT) technology.
By Wendy N. Moody, Conor Fleming
When it comes to cancelling an insurance policy, both insurers and insureds need to complete the mandated steps; otherwise, they could potentially face a dispute as to whether or not coverage should occur.
By Brian Abraham
The professional organization must also have, inter alia, academic experience, qualifications, standards, professional development, disciplinary powers and a public list of members.
By Laura Morrison
In his 2018 budget speech, the chancellor announced the widely expected changes to the rules on off-payroll working (known as IR35) in the private sector.
By Giangiacomo Olivi
The way clinical trials have been conducted in the European Union is actually undergoing two major challenges: the coming into effect of Regulation (EU) no. 536/2014 (so-called Clinical Trial Regulation) and the application of the General Data Protection Regulation or GDPR.
By Stephen Ashworth, Katie Scuoler
Building a windfarm and creating a community are very different.
By Tom Fancett
Many inches have been written on the UK's gender pay gap in the past year, including on this blog
By Igor Ostrowski
Dentons' Market Insights publication, "Digital Transformation and the Digital Consumer", examines the legal implications of the online economy in Europe.
By Jessica Pattinson
On 11 October 2018, the House of Commons introduced the Immigration Order 2018, which seeks to double the IHS from Ł200 per visa applicant, per year of visa validity, to Ł400 per visa applicant, per year of visa validity.
By Tom Fancett
In the recent case of Evans v. Xactly Corporation Limited the EAT considered whether calling an employee a "fat ginger pikey" constituted harassment relating to disability and/or race
By Jaimin Patel
Subject to any further postponements, employer NICs on termination payments over the Ł30,000 threshold will now become payable in April 2020.
By Mary Picard
The Supreme Court of Canada recently agreed to hear an appeal of a Quebec case that deals with the obligations and rights of a pension plan administrator when a pensioner goes missing.
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