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July 25, 2014
Toronto
"Social Media Meets CASL": Catherine Bate and J. Andrew Sprague co-authored an article that explores how Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) applies to social media, JUST., the official magazine of the Ontario Bar Association, Summer 2014 edition More
July 25, 2014
Toronto
Accountants and AML More
July 22, 2014
National
Canada’s Supreme Court (Re)Defines the General Impression Tests, What’s in Store, Volume 18, No. 1, Winter More
July 21, 2014
Vancouver
Gender Identity in the Workplace: An Overview of the Rights of Transgendered Employees in Canada, Focus on Canadian Employment and Equality Rights newsletter More
July 21, 2014
Edmonton
Agricultural Law NetLetter, LexisNexis, Issue 304 More
July 16, 2014
National
Canadian Federal Court of Appeal Finds Anti-Avoidance Rule Applicable to Foreign Affiliates Has Limited Scope, Practical International Tax Strategies, Thomson Reuters More
July 14, 2014
Vancouver
GST/HST & Asset Sales: The Section 167 Election, Carrying on Business in Canada for Non-Residents Blog More
July 7, 2014
Edmonton
Agricultural Law NetLetter, LexisNexis, Issue 303 More
June 30, 2014
National
Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) Update More
June 27, 2014
National
Oh, Canada – What does your Anti-Spam Law Mean for Me? 5 Things Those Outside Canada Need to Know About Canada’s Anti-Spam Law (CASL) More
 
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