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BLG Represents Mohegan Gaming & Entertainment In Expansion Into Canada By Acquisition Of Niagara Falls Casinos
MGE will further expand Niagara Region's entertainment options by opening the new 5,000-seat Niagara Falls Entertainment Centre, located adjacent to the Fallsview Casino Resort.
Canada
25 Jun 2019
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Joyeuses fêtes 2018 (Video)
Tous les membres de BLG vous souhaitent de très joyeuses fêtes et vous offrent leurs meilleurs vœux pour la nouvelle année. À propos de Borden Ladner Gervais S.E.N.C.R.L., S.R.L.
Canada
10 Dec 2018
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Internet Of Things And Cybersecurity
The "Internet of Things" (IoT) is the developing web of objects embedded with microchips capable of allowing sending and receiving data, and so connecting them to the network we call the Internet
Canada
6 Aug 2015
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Nova Scotia’s "Cyber-Safety Act"
On August 6, 2013 the Nova Scotia Cyber-safety Act was proclaimed. This legislation represents significant steps by Nova Scotia to address online bullying and, in the legislation’s words, "provide safer communities."
Canada
29 Oct 2013
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Supreme Court Of Canada Recognizes The Negative Impact Of Cyberbullying
On Thursday, September 27, 2012, the Supreme Court of Canada released its decision in A.B. v. Bragg Communications Inc., 2012 SCC 46 ["Bragg"], in which it affirmed the right of a minor to pursue her cyberbully anonymously.
Canada
15 Jan 2013
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Merchant Beware: The Costs Of Misleading Advertising
Although advertising campaigns which use flashy representations to grab consumers’ attention might be effective, the Supreme Court of Canada ("SCC") recently ruled that they might also entitle those consumers to compensatory and punitive damages against the merchant.
Canada
14 Mar 2012
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BLG Buzz...
In the September 2011 decision of "Century 21 Canada Limited Partnership v. Rogers Communications Inc.", the British Columbia Supreme Court held that copyright in a work can only be assigned by an agreement that is signed "after" the work is created.
Canada
2 Feb 2012
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