Sectors that are now ripe for litigation include cannabis, Big Tech and long-term care facilities; privacy, secondary market misrepresentation and predominance of common issues are also in the ...
Courts have emphasized that the Indigenous consultation standards on both governments and proponents of pipeline and other infrastructure projects are high but achievable
The use of Clearview AI's facial recognition technology by law enforcement agencies across the United States, Canada and elsewhere is just one example of how technology is putting privacy ...
Companies and universities are harnessing artificial intelligence to develop technologies to track COVID-19 and develop neural networks; but tech companies must also pay attention to protection of ...
2020 Looks promising for the mining sector with a stable Canadian economy and high levels of equity capital raised in 2019
Capital-intensive mining projects and long-term agreements in the industry, particularly outside of Canada, can be subject to political risk and change that can affect investment. How can investments ...
Canadian Utilities Limited, an ATCO company, completed the sale of its entire Canadian fossil fuel-based electricity generation portfolio for, in aggregate, approximately $835 million.
Technology aimed at lawyers continues to change the way law is practised, as those with deep subject-matter expertise recognize there’s a better way to serve clients
Kevin Rooney joined Dentons Canada LLP as a partner in the Corporate group in the firm’s Toronto office
Technology aimed at lawyers continues to change the way law is practised as those with deep subject-matter expertise recognize there’s a better way to service clients
Canadian courts delivered a number of notable decisions that affected Canadian business in 2018, including the Federal Court of Appeal overturning Tsleil-Waututh Nation v. Canada (Attorney General)
‘Awareness is up but preparedness is flat’ as companies try to keep up with data privacy concerns
Clients are hoping for a clear process to come out of the changes in Bill C-69
In a complex business world, lawyers must get better at understanding their clients’ needs from an interdisciplinary perspective
EU's privacy rules have broad reach, even for Canadian companies with no European business
A restaurateur takes Brewers Retail to court over charges of price fixing
Canadian law firms go where the work takes them on mega projects
Due Diligence on any Assets in an M&A is difficult enough to conduct. But when you’re talking about Big Data, who knows what breaches, what information, need to be considered?
Last year’s Top 10 Deals were all about combining forces, as companies sought out efficiencies and clout in the market.
Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation will soon come into force, requiring major Canadian companies to carry new costs associated with a higher standard of data privacy.