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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…

Co-authors: John Mather.


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…

Co-authors: 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…

Co-authors: René Cadieux, Iris Antonios.


Ontario court recognizes new privacy tort “publication of embarrassing private facts”

Canada - January 28 2016 In Doe 464533 v. X (Doe 464533), the Ontario Superior Court of Justice (Court) found civil liability for the online publication of an intimate video…

Co-authors: Thomas Lipton.


Publication de faits privés embarrassants : un tribunal de l’Ontario reconnaît un nouveau délit pour atteinte à la vie privée

Canada - January 28 2016 Dans l’affaire Doe 464533 v. N.D. (« Doe 464533 »), la Cour supérieure de justice de l’Ontario (la « cour ») a conclu que la publication en ligne…

Co-authors: Thomas Lipton.

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