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Une cour américaine reconnaît le bien fondé du privilège relatif au litige à l’égard d’un rapport préparé après une atteinte à la protection des données

USA - July 25 2017 Quiconque suit de près l’actualité concernant les litiges pour atteinte à la protection des données s’intéressera à la décision récente intitulée In...


International Institutional Arbitration Rules: Some Key Differences and Similarities

Canada, Global - June 21 2017 Arbitration is often a preferable process for resolving international commercial disputes. This guide outlines some key differences and similarities...

R. Seumas M. Woods, Bradley E. Berg, René Cadieux, Rahat Godil, David Tupper, Joe McArthur.


Domestic Institutional Arbitration Rules in Canada: Some Key Differences and Similarities

Canada - June 21 2017 Arbitration is often a preferable process for resolving domestic commercial disputes. This guide outlines some key differences and similarities...

R. Seumas M. Woods, Bradley E. Berg, René Cadieux, Rahat Godil, David Tupper, Joe McArthur.


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.