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Health Law Group Spotlight: New Partner Daniel Girlando
The Health Law Group is pleased to welcome its newest partner — Daniel Girlando. Daniel is a graduate of McGill University and has a long history with our firm. He articled with BLG in 2010-2011
Canada
23 Apr 2019
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Privacy Laws North Of The Border: A Primer (Video)
Privacy laws are constantly evolving. Companies doing business in Canada need to be aware of their requirements.
Canada
19 Sep 2018
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Reputation, Privacy & Protection Of Personal Information
The Québec Charter and the Civil Code prohibit the invasion of a person's privacy or violation of his or her reputation.
Canada
28 Sep 2017
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Statutory Disclosure Obligations For Cybersecurity Risks And Incidents
Last Thursday, Canadian Securities Administrators issued a Staff Notice to provide reporting issuers with guidance for compliance with continuous disclosure obligations regarding cybersecurity risks and incidents.
Canada
21 Feb 2017
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Beyond Consent-Based Privacy Protection: Response To The OPC's Consultation On Privacy And Consent
The Office of the Privacy Commissioner (OPC) has recently published a discussion paper entitled "Consent and privacy" exploring potential enhancements to consent under PIPEDA.
Canada
14 Jul 2016
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Review Of Alberta's Personal Information Protection Act — How It May Affect Non-Profit Organizations
Alberta's Personal Information Protection Act ("PIPA") is currently undergoing review and the Standing Committee on Alberta's Economic Future is expected to recommend amendments to the Alberta legislature in the next year.
Canada
9 Jun 2016
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Labour and Employment News (June 2016)
Welcome to the June issue highlighting interesting cases and topics related to labour and employment law.
Canada
2 Jun 2016
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Just Desserts* Or Just Cause?
By now, most of you will be familiar with the Ashley Madison scandal where hackers revealed personal information of customers of the infamous website which creates a virtual marketplace for those interested in engaging in extra-marital affairs.
Canada
4 Sep 2015
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Privacy Breach: Bank Fails To Promptly Advise Credit Bureaus Of Inaccurate Personal Information As Mandated By Its Privacy Policy
In this case, the Bank changed Ms. Albayate's mailing address in its computer system without her consent and authorization.
Canada
26 May 2015
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There Is More To CASL Than "Spam" – Rules For The Installation And Use Of Computer Programs
You may have thought you heard everything about Canada’s anti-spam law (commonly known as "CASL") since it came into effect this past July, but CASL has additional rules coming into effect on January 15, 2015 dealing with the commercial installation and use of computer programs on another person’s computer system.
Canada
11 Oct 2014
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Managing School Employee Privacy Expectations With Acceptable Use Of Technology Policies
When school employees are permitted to use their work computers for personal purposes, they are entitled to a reasonable expectation of privacy.
Canada
23 Sep 2014
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Acceptable Use Of Technology Policies: How To Manage Employee Privacy Expectations With Respect To Personal Use Of School Technology
When school employees are permitted to use their work computers for personal purposes, they are entitled to a reasonable expectation of privacy.
Canada
10 Sep 2014
13
New Guidelines For Online Consent
The Federal, Alberta and British Columbia Privacy Commissioners released new guidelines for organizations collecting and using personal information online.
Canada
30 May 2014
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Canada’s Anti-Spam Law – Examples Of Regulated Electronic Messages
Various organizations and individuals are considering changes to existing practices to comply with Canada’s Anti-Spam Law ("CASL").
Canada
12 May 2014
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Proposed Changes To Privacy Law
The Federal Government introduced Bill S-4, the "Digital Privacy Act" which proposes amendments to PIPEDA.
Canada
1 May 2014
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Canada’s Anti-Spam Law – What Is A "Commercial Electronic Message" Anyway?
Canada’s Anti-Spam Law is aimed at curbing the proliferation of unwanted, bulk electronic messages (commonly referred to as "spam" or "junk mail").
Canada
1 May 2014
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Keeping Up With Bring Your Own Device Programs
Employees are increasingly urging employers to allow the use of personally owned mobile devices for business purposes.
Canada
25 Feb 2014
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New Fact Sheet Released On Privacy And Outsourcing
Further to my November 26, 2013 post "Be Aware of Privacy Precautions When Using Foreign Service Providers", the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada recently released a fact sheet for the private sector regarding the importance of protecting privacy when outsourcing to either local and foreign service providers
Canada
28 Jan 2014
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Guidance On Consent Under Canada’s Anti-Spam Law
​Since my post on October 21, 2013 entitled "Consent and Anti-Spam: Why Compliance with Privacy Laws May Not be Sufficient for CASL", the Canadian government has released final regulations to Canada’s anti-spam law and confirmed the date that CASL will come into force.
Canada
17 Jan 2014
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#DPD14: Data Privacy Day
Tuesday, January 28, 2014 will be Data Privacy Day.
Canada
10 Jan 2014
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