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Federal Court Of Appeal Affirms Common Interest Privilege In Deal Context
On March 6, 2018, the Federal Court of Appeal (Court) released its reasons in Iggillis Holdings Inc. v. Canada (National Revenue) confirming common interest privilege as a valid exception to waiver...
Canada
9 Mar 2018
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Courts Issue Guidance For Litigation-Privileged Documents During Regulatory Investigations
Certain incidents at a worksite or industrial facility may trigger statutory reporting or investigative requirements.
Canada
31 Jan 2018
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Internal Investigations Review: Canada 2018
A well thought out internal investigation can turn the tide for an organisation in crisis.
Canada
25 Oct 2017
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"No Fishing" In Alberta: Court Clarifies Ability To Redact, Disclosure In Questioning
On March 31, 2017, in Geophysical Service Incorporated v. NWest Energy Corp, the Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta provided clarity on the principles of relevance and materiality in the context of questioning pursuant to part 5 of the Alberta Rules of Court.
Canada
20 Apr 2017
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Alberta Court Orders Production Of Documents In Native Format, Contrary To Agreement Between Parties
In Bard v. Canadian Natural Resources (Bard), the Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta (Court) ruled that certain documents were to be produced in native format, despite what was set out in a discovery agreement between the parties.
Canada
27 Jun 2016
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SCC To Weigh In On The Solicitor-Client Privilege Dispute Between Courts, Privacy Commissioners
The SCC ruling represents a unique opportunity for Canada's highest court to finally and definitively rule on the power of provincial information and privacy commissioners to order production of records...
Canada
1 Dec 2015
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Privileged Documents And Regulatory Investigations: When Does Waiver Come Into Play?
When a regulator comes knocking at your door, with an order compelling the production of documents, how should you treat communications between you and your lawyers?
Canada
27 Aug 2015
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Solicitor-Client Privilege: The Quebec Securities Regulator Can Summon In-House Counsel To Testify In An Investigation
On July 16, 2015, the Supreme Court of Canada denied leave to appeal to an in-house counsel (referred to as Ms. X to protect her identity) in the case of X v. Autorité des marchés financiers.
Canada
20 Jul 2015
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Televised Hearings And FOI Requests: Recent Developments In Securities Commission Practice
The hearing process before the British Columbia Securities Commission (Securities Commission) will be influenced by two important decisions.
Canada
11 May 2015
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Privilege Rules: Solicitor-Client Privilege Held Sacrosanct By Alberta Court Of Appeal
University of Calgary v. JR was the first court case to challenge the OIPC’s power to compel production of records for which solicitor-client privilege has been claimed.
Canada
28 Apr 2015
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Protection Of Confidential Commercial Information Affirmed In Freedom Of Information Decision
On February 19, 2015, the Supreme Court of Canada denied leave to appeal from the judgment of the Alberta Court of Appeal in Imperial Oil Limited v. Alberta (Information and Privacy Commissioner).
Canada
23 Apr 2015
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Supreme Court Confirms That Lawyers Cannot Act As Government Agents
Global anti-money laundering initiatives gained momentum in the 1990s.
Canada
2 Mar 2015
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2014 E-Discovery Year In Review
2014 was another eventful year for e-discovery and information management in Canada. Set out below are some of the major trends and developments that emerged over the last year.
Canada
4 Feb 2015
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Ontario Court Of Appeal Clarifies Parameters Of Communications With Expert Witnesses
The Court of Appeal for Ontario’s January 29, 2015 decision in Moore v. Getahun has confirmed that there is nothing improper in counsel reviewing a draft report with an expert witness.
Canada
3 Feb 2015
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Alberta Appeal Court Adopts New Approach To Corporate Litigants’ Document Production Obligations
On August 5, 2014, the Alberta Court of Appeal released a decision that may expand corporate litigants’ document production obligations.
Canada
2 Sep 2014
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Warrant Required To Produce Internet Usage Information To Police: Supreme Court
In a landmark decision, R. v. Spencer, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that individuals have a reasonable expectation of privacy in Internet usage information.
Canada
17 Jun 2014
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SCC: Wide Swath Of Public Servants’ Records Can Be Shielded From Disclosure
The Supreme Court of Canada found that the "advice or recommendations" exemption in Ontario’s FIPPA should be broadly interpreted.
Canada
14 May 2014
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I Know What You Downloaded Last Summer: Disclosure Of Internet User Identity
A decision of the Federal Court of Canada has provided further guidance on how the court will attempt to safeguard the privacy rights of Internet users.
Canada
19 Mar 2014
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Record Retention Issues – Information Sharing With External Complaint Bodies And Tolling Agreements
With the proliferation of emails and other electronic documents, many federally regulated financial institutions are updating their record retention policies to manage their documents.
Canada
6 Sep 2013
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New B.C. Limitation Act In Force In British Columbia
On June 1, 2013, the new Limitation Act came into force.
Canada
3 Jul 2013
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