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Hurdles To Certifying A Cyber-Attack Class Action
A recent decision from the Ontario Superior Court of Justice highlights some of the difficulties plaintiffs might face when seeking to certify a class action relating to the disclosure of personal information from a cyber-attack.
Canada
16 Jun 2019
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Douez v. Facebook: SCC Provides Further Guidance On The Enforceability Of Online Consumer Contracts
You agree to submit to the personal jurisdiction of the courts located in Santa Clara County, California for purpose of litigating all such claims.
Canada
17 Jul 2017
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Global Effects Of Google's Interlocutory Injunction
Last week, the Supreme Court of Canada, in Google v. Equustek Solutions Inc., ruled that Google could be ordered by a Canadian court to delist worldwide the website of an organization...
Canada
16 Jul 2017
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Canada's Anti-Spam Law: Private Right Of Action Put On Ice
The balance of the legislation remains in force, and businesses must comply with it, pending an upcoming parliamentary review of CASL.
Canada
21 Jun 2017
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Statutory Damages For Copyright Infringement On The Internet
Canada's statutory damages regime for copyright infringement was enacted to bring greater certainty with respect to the infringement of relatively low value works, to reduce the cost of litigation...
Canada
2 Jun 2017
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Summary And Discussion Of Atos v Sapient, 2016 ONSC 6852
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice recently addressed a dispute about an outsourcing project, making interesting rulings concerning limitation of liability clauses, including the exclusion of liability for lost profits.
Canada
1 Mar 2017
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The Comma Case Redux
On August 20th, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) revisited its 2006 decision with respect to what has become known as the million dollar comma case (in reality about $700,000). In a nutshell, Rogers Communications won the battle regarding the infamous comma, but lost its war against Bell Aliant.
Canada
20 Sep 2007
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Goodmans Q&A: Can Parallel Importation Be Prevented Under The Canadian Copyright Act?
Can Parallel Importation be Prevented under the Canadian Copyright Act?
Canada
1 Aug 2007
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Q: Are the Injunctions of Non-Canadian Courts Enforceable in Canada?
In an important recent change to Canadian common law, in Pro Swing Inc. v. Elta Golf Inc., the Supreme Court of Canada unanimously concluded that it was now time to allow injunctions issued by non-Canadian courts to be enforceable in Canada, in appropriate circumstances, because "[m]odern-day commercial transactions require prompt reactions and effective remedies. The advent of the Internet has heightened the need for appropriate tools."
Canada
26 Jan 2007
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