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USask takes leadership role in Canada’s Access to Justice Week events

Law Society of Saskatchewan

From the University of Saskatchewan College of Law The University of Saskatchewan’s (USask) College of Law is taking a leadership role in the second annual National Access to Justice Week […] The post USask takes leadership role in Canada’s Access to Justice Week events appeared first on Law Society of Saskatchewan. more »

UPCOMING WEBINAR: Keeping Pace with Digital Assets – Preparing for the Future

Hull & Hull LLP

We are pleased to announce that Ian Hull will be co-hosting an upcoming webinar with Kim Whaley of WEL Partners! The rapid growth of digital assets is outpacing legislation. While model legislation exists, many regions across the world have been slow to adapt to the fast-moving pace of technology. A... more »

Appeal Watch: Executive Authority Trenches on Legislative Protections for Post-Secondary Student Associations in Canadian Federation of Students v Ontario

TheCourt.ca

In Canadian Federation of Students v Ontario, 2021 ONCA 553 [CFS 2021], the Court of Appeal for Ontario (“the Court”)  unanimously ruled that the Minister of Colleges and Universities cannot... The post Appeal Watch: Executive Authority Trenches on Legislative Protections for Post-S... more »

New Criminal Appeal Rules to Be Released November 1, 2021

AvoidAClaim: Claims Prevention & Practice Management for Lawyers

The following is a message from the Court of Appeal for Ontario: New Criminal Appeal Rules for all criminal matters at the Court of Appeal for Ontario will come into force on November 1, 2021. On that day, the current Criminal Appeal Rules, SI/93-169, 1993 Canada Gazette, Part II, will be revoked. I... more »

Court Comments on “Disproportionate Burden” Of ICBC 6% Disbursement Regulation

BC INJURY LAW

Earlier this year a regulation came into force artificially limiting the recoverable disbursements in many motor vehicle actions to 6% of the damages.  The government made little effort in disguising that this rule was brought in to save a single litigant money, namely ICBC. In one of the first jud... more »

10 Ways Canada’s Consumer Privacy Protection Act Will Impact Privacy Practices

Canadian Privacy Law Blog

We just posted this on the McInnes Cooper client information site: 10 Ways Canada’s Consumer Privacy Protection Act Will Impact Privacy Practices November 19, 2020 By Sarah Anderson Dykema, CIPP/C, Lawyer at McInnes Cooper, David Fraser, Privacy Lawyer | Partner at McInnes Cooper On November 1... more »