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Unlawful Entry but Lawful Detainment: Court Awards Damages for Warrantless Search

Canada - September 3 2019 At 4 in the morning, Winnipeg Police receive a 911 call regarding a potential break and enter while the homeowner was thought to be away. A few…

Kevin A. McGivney

No Reasonable Expectation of Privacy in Case of Online Child Luring

Canada - May 17 2019 An undercover police officer of the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary posed online as a 14-year-old girl to catch Internet child lurers and then waited…

Kevin A. McGivney, Ira Parghi

The Sensor: Legal Insights into Autonomous Vehicles

Canada - March 29 2019 The Ontario government began 2019 by introducing amendments to the automated vehicles testing regulation that allows most vehicles equipped with SAE…

Jeremy Ablaza, George R. Wray

The Sensor: The State of Insurance and Autonomous Vehicles in Ontario

Canada - March 28 2019 The Ontario government began 2019 by introducing amendments to the automated vehicles testing regulation that allows most vehicles equipped with SAE…

Jeremy Ablaza, George R. Wray

Court Rules Excluded Wiretap Evidence Admissible in Civil Trial

Canada - February 6 2019 A “very active crack cocaine trafficker” is acquitted of a crime because the wiretap evidence against him is excluded in his criminal trial. What…

Kevin A. McGivney