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Legal news Roundup - July 17, 2014

Compiled By James Kang

Canada

Rogers and Telus will no longer provide customer information to police without warrant, Toronto Star

Canadian law allowing terror victims to sue for damages challenged, The National Post

Toronto police chief asks service board to deny claims for former officer’s legal expenses, The Globe and Mail

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[/a]United States

Apple agrees to conditional $450 million settlement over e-book price fixing, Reuters

Yahoo pledges to pay shareholders half of proceeds from Alibaba IPO, Reuters

International

Difficulties in protecting intellectual properties force African inventors to work in secret, Reuters

Sanctions on Russia rattle global markets, Reuters


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