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Ontario Expands Its Automated Vehicles Regulatory Framework
On January 1, 2019, Ontario introduced important amendments to its automated vehicles (AVs) pilot project regulatory framework.
Canada
30 Jan 2019
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Autonomous Vehicles
Autonomous vehicle technologies, and in particular, fully autonomous vehicles have the potential to be among the most disruptive technologies since the advent of the automobile itself.
Canada
27 Jul 2016
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Government Guidance For Preventing And Responding To Ransomware Attacks
Ransomware attacks are a significant and increasing threat to organizations of all kinds. Government agencies have recently issued guidance for preventing and responding to ransomware attacks.
Canada
27 Apr 2016
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3D Printing And Intellectual Property Rights In Canada
At its simplest, 3D printing is the production of objects utilizing a printer that brings an object into existence by laying down successive layers of materials (typically plastic or metal).
Canada
1 May 2015
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Privacy Risks In Connected Cars – Much Ado About Nothing?
On March 25, 2015, the BC Freedom of Information and Privacy Association released a report highlighting privacy challenges in something that rivals smartphones in ubiquity: cars.
Canada
24 Apr 2015
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A Practical Guide To Software License Agreements: Governing Law And Dispute Resolution
Software license agreements usually contain provisions that specify the law that governs the agreement and a procedure for resolving disputes relating to the agreement.
Canada
13 Nov 2013
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A Practical Guide To Software License Agreements: Contract Interpretation Principles
A customer that negotiates a software license agreement should understand the basic legal principles that will govern the interpretation of the agreement in the event of a dispute.
Canada
1 Oct 2013
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Employee E-Mail Use: Big Brother May Be Watching
According to a recent U.S. survey by the American Management Association (AMA), 26% of employers have terminated employees for e-mail misuse. Another 2% have terminated employees for inappropriate instant messenger chat and 2% have terminated employees for posting offensive blog content from a company or home computer.
Canada
17 Oct 2006
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Trade-marks Clearly Descriptive When Sounded - Should This Issue Resonate With Brand Owners & Practitioners?
Recent Canadian trade-mark case law presents new challenges to both owners and practitioners. In an effort to emphasize certain characteristics or qualities of their products or services, brand owners often incorporate descriptive words in their trade-marks. As a result, obtaining a registration for such trade-marks is often difficult since the Canadian Trade-marks Office will object to the registration of a trade-mark which comprises words or designs that are descriptive.
Canada
9 Mar 2005
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