As the baby boomers and their parents age, both regulators and the financial services sector are taking steps to try to reduce the possibility that older or vulnerable investors are taken advantage of or provided with negligent advice.
At the annual Uniform Law Conference of Canada in 1989, there was proposed legislation drafted that was called the Uniform Trade Secrets Act.
The flight of women out of criminal law is well documented, and those who stay face many obstacles.
Low rates of legal aid, fewer backup office resources or legal mentors and a lack of outside assistance if a lawyer is going on maternity leave can all have an impact.
Ottawa’s new environmental regime is causing consternation from critics on all sides.
As the Competition Bureau seeks to streamline its investigative process and consider its immunity and leniency programs, should changes be made or is it working just fine?
While the Liberal government has moved forward with some reforms, many promises remain unfulfilled.
The Competition Bureau is watching the impact social media mavens are having in the world of online marketing and advertising.
SCC decisions on duty to consult provide clarity about how to proceed in the future, especially for indigenous peoples with modern treaty agreements.
Police can capture an astronomical amount of information through new technologies, and privacy lawyers say there is little oversight or accountability.