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U.S. Court Upholds Privilege Claim Respecting Report Prepared Following Data Breach

Canada, USA - June 15 2017 Those following developments in the data breach litigation space will be interested in the recent decision, In re Experian Data Breach Litigation (In...

Ontario Introduces New International Commercial Arbitration Scheme

Canada, Global - May 26 2017 Effective March 22, 2017, Ontario enacted the International Commercial Arbitration Act, 2017 (ICAA), replacing a previous version of the law that had...

Max Shapiro, Becky Lockert.

Point de vue : Préserver le secret professionnel de communications après une atteinte à la protection des données

USA - November 1 2016 Bien qu’il n’existe aucune garantie quant aux communications qui seront protégées par le secret professionnel, une entreprise peut augmenter ses...

John Mather.

Viewpoint: Preserving Privilege over Communications in the Aftermath of a Data Breach

USA - November 1 2016 While there are no guarantees as to which communications will ultimately be protected by privilege, a company can increase its odds of creating a...

John Mather.

No Offer to Arbitrate, No Agreement, No Competence: Hague District Court Reverses Yukos Arbitral Awards

Netherlands - May 6 2016 In a decision released on April 20, 2016, The Hague District Court reversed the interim and final awards of an arbitral tribunal in three proceedings...

René Cadieux, Iris Antonios.