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  • Should Advertising Regulators Enforce Wokeness?: Canadian Lawyer

    In my new Canadian Lawyer column, I take a look at two recent U.K. ASA advertising decisions with potential implications for Canada.  Below is an excerpt with a link to my column. ***************** In an interesting development, two ads were recently banned under new gender stereotyping … Read the r … Read more »

  • Canadian Spam Law (CASL): Common Compliance Errors

    Canada’s federal anti-spam legislation (CASL) came into force more than five years ago. Since then, marketers and their advisors have been working to comply with what remains a complex and difficult law with a number of outstanding uncertainties in key areas. In providing CASL advice to … Read the r … Read more »

  • Ticketmaster Entities Agree to $4 Million Penalty to Settle Drip Pricing Case

    On June 27, 2019, the Competition Bureau (Bureau) announced that Ticketmaster L.L.C., TNow Entertainment Group, Inc. and Ticketmaster Canada LP have agreed to pay a $4 million penalty and $500,000 of the Bureau’s costs relating to allegedly misleading online ticket sale pricing claims. See Ticketmas … Read more »

  • New Canadian CRTC Report on Recent Anti-spam Law Enforcement

    The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), which is one of three Canadian agencies responsible for enforcing Canada’s federal anti-spam legislation (CASL), has begun issuing periodic summaries of its enforcement activities. In its most recent update on June 17, 2019, the … Read more »

  • New Commissioner of Competition Increases Focus on the Digital Economy

    Practical Law Canada has published a New Legal Update, which discusses recent Competition Bureau (Bureau) and policy changes relating to the digital economy in Canada. This new Update includes key points from recent Commissioner of Competition speeches, media interviews and conferences hosted by the … Read more »