A series of tips and guidelines to assist businesses in complying with the disclosure rules and avoid falling afoul the FTC.
Business leaders are under tremendous pressure to maximize the value of their company's IT and data, and cloud-based computing can have numerous advantages and be accomplished successfully if all the legal considerations are taken into account.
Crowdfunding is "a method of funding a project or venture through small amounts of money raised from a large number of people over the internet via an internet portal intermediary.
Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) restricts the ability of organizations to send commercial electronic messages without the consent of the recipient.
The Canadian Audio-Visual Certification Office has recently released for comment its policy on lead performers and the documentary exception.
The CRTC staff have recently held an informal consultation with industry and consumer groups following the October 2012 release of CRTC’s guidelines regarding the interpretation of its CASL regulations.
If passed, Bill C-290 would repeal paragraph 207(4)(b) of the Criminal Code and make it lawful for the government of a province, or a person or entity licensed by a province, to conduct and manage a lottery scheme that involves betting on a single sport event or athletic contest.
In this video from our Corporate Counsel Insights Series, partner Bernice Karn discusses the 10 things you should consider when negotiating IT contracts.
The Superior Court of Québec recently rendered a decision that has a direct impact on the use of social media applications to which both adults and children are growing more accustomed.
When most people think of enterprise resource planning systems, they think of complex software solutions directed at large, multinational companies with massive budgets.
The CRTC has initiated a public proceeding to show cause why certain telecommunications service providers should not have their telecommunications services disconnected.
A discussion on protecting your brand reputation in the Internet age, compliance issues relating to national retailers, current issues in asset-based lending for retailers, the rise of consumer class actions, and hot topics in commercial leasing.
BLG’s Advertising, Marketing and Sponsorship Group recently held a Continuing Legal Education session titled "Marketing Law News Flashes: Recent Updates and Reminders".
Software license agreements often specify a procedure – known as "acceptance testing" – that the customer may use to verify that the licensed software meets the customer’s business requirements.
In this webinar, Wendy Wagner, Taryn Burnett and Chris Oates discuss Canadian privacy, new anti-spam laws and what you need to know to comply.
On March 7, 2013, Canada's Minister of Industry announced various measures concerning the Canadian wireless sector.
Almost every video game publisher, developer and service provider in Canada will be affected by Canada’s new anti-spam legislation and should have a plan for complying with it.
So say the plaintiffs in "Grunewald v The Metropolitan Museum of Art" (NY Sup Ct, filed 8 November 2012).
On Friday, March 1st, 2013, the Canadian Federal Government introduced a new Bill for discussion, proposing the Combating Counterfeit Products Act.
This webinar discusses the practical aspects of obtaining, asserting, and defending against software and business method patents in Canada.