Jordan Deering

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Q4| 2022

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When the Regulator comes calling: How to prepare and respond to search warrants, regulatory ‎inspections and other crises

USA - January 31 2023 Government agencies have a wide range of powers to search, inspect, investigate and obtain information and documents from corporate entities…

Tudor Carsten, Kevin Wright

Corporate crime, compliance and investigations: End of year review 2022‎

Canada - January 3 2023 2022 has brought new challenges and risks for businesses, as we entered our second year of the COVID-19 global pandemic. The war in Ukraine caused…

Ephemeral messaging: Don’t assume the details are in the documents

USA - December 20 2022 Both businesses and their lawyers should be wary of the implications arising from the use of software which employs ephemeral messaging functionality…

Bamdad Attaran, Breanna Needham

Ontario Court of Appeal finds no general duty of care by banks for customer “insider abuse”

Canada - December 5 2022 When money is lost in fraud cases and similar circumstances, parties often seek recovery from the financial institution involved. In the Ontario…

Bamdad Attaran, Trevor Hunt

Is privilege waived where information is shared with law enforcement?

Canada - November 28 2022 A common issue arising in our investigations for clients is whether information discovered or prepared in the ‎course of our investigation should be…