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Truth In Consumer Rebate Programs
The Competition Bureau (the “Bureau”) recently signalled its interest in and explained its approach to false or misleading consumer rebate programs in a draft Information Bulletin entitled “The Application of the Competition Act, the Consumer Packaging and Labelling Act and the Textile Labelling Act to Consumer Rebate Promotions”1 dated March 31, 2009 (the “Rebate Bulletin”).
Canada
17 Jun 2009
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The Increasingly Complex Regulation Of The Simple Gift Card
Gift cards are a multi-billion dollar industry and one of the fastest growing consumer products in the marketplace today.
Canada
30 May 2009
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Refer With Care – Legal Considerations For Referral Marketing Programs
Referral marketing is a category of word of mouth marketing used primarily by companies that generate sales from signing up customers to service contracts.
Canada
18 Dec 2007
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Hemp Or Hype – The Rules On Textile Labelling In Canada
In the world of marketing, companies are constantly trying to improve their products to differentiate them from the competition. One popular development is to emphasize a product’s environmental attributes, organic qualities or health effects.
Canada
22 Nov 2007
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Proposed Amendments to Permitted "Soft Dollar" Arrangements
Proposed National Instrument 23-102 Use of Client Brokerage Commissions as Payment for Order Execution Services or Research (the "Proposed Instrument") and Companion Policy 23-102 CP (the "Proposed Policy") will establish ageneral framework for the use of brokerage commission dollars by advisers to pay for trading related goods or services which are in addition to order execution, commonly known as "soft dollar" arrangements.
Canada
21 Aug 2006
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