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2016

DECEMBER 06

The Casl "Grace Period": What Will The July 1, 2017 Deadline Mean For Businesses?

Business owners will likely recall the turmoil that set in as they readied themselves for the coming-into-force of Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation ("CASL") on July 1, 2014...

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NOVEMBER 11

Public Availability of Electronic Addresses An Insufficient Basis for Implied Consent

Organizations should exercise caution when considering whether to rely upon a CASL exemption, particularly an implied consent exemption. On October 27, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission issued its first extensive written decision under Canada’s Anti-Spam Law against Blackstone Learning Corp. The following is an analysis of the lessons learned.

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AUGUST 24

The Clock is Ticking To Obtain Consent: Upcoming CASL Deadline

Canada's federal anti-spam legislation (CASL) received Royal Assent in late 2010 and is being implemented over three phases...

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JUNE 09

Legal Considerations Regarding the Use of Electronic Contracts and Signatures

MAY 31

Canadian Private Sector Privacy Rights Protection: What Businesses Need to Know

Purchasing professionals would do well to consider information security requirements in third-party vendor services agreements. Click here to read the article authored by Fogler Rubinoff Partner, Ravi Shukla, originally published in Purchasing B2B

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MARCH 01

Public Disclosure of Private Facts

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