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Could AI get you sued? Artificial intelligence and litigation risk

Canada - April 26 2022 To maximize hiring efficiency, your business has decided to employ artificially intelligent technology to scope out job applicants and recommend top…

Sherry Ghaly, Karine Joizil

Supreme Court of Canada Clarifies the Role of Interveners

Canada - November 18 2021 An intervention is a procedural device that allows a non-party to participate in a proceeding. At the Supreme Court of Canada, interventions have…

Connor Bildfell, Jesse Hartery

Court of Appeal for Ontario affirms that the “Student Choice Initiative” was imposed unlawfully

Canada - August 17 2021 Colleges operate as agents of the Crown and are regulated by the OntarioColleges of Applied Arts and Technology Act (“OCAAT Act”). The…

Solomon McKenzie, Mathias Memmel

Lobbying Commissioner recommends significant changes to Canada’s federal lobbyist registration rules

Canada - June 28 2021 Lobbying is at an all-time high in Canada. Last month, Canada’s federal Commissioner of Lobbying testified before the House of Commons Standing…

Aman Gill, Amanda D. Iarusso, Awanish Sinha

Supreme Court of Canada rules that the open court principle may be limited to protect privacy, but only in exceptional circumstances

Canada - June 14 2021 When does protecting privacy justify restricting access to judicial proceedings and court files, all of which are presumptively open to the public…

Taraneh Ashrafi, Pippa Leslie