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With a professional commitment to sharing insights and advancing an understanding of legal developments and trends, Miller Thomson’s lawyers are regular contributors to legal and business publications in Canada and internationally.

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David Krebs co-presents in webinar entitled “So Your Not-For-Profit Has Been Hacked…Now What?”

June 18, 2019

Miller Thomson and BDO present a webinar on what to do in the event that your not-for-profit organization is faced with a cyber-incident. This webinar includes: Indications you’ve been hacked – things to look for PIPEDA regulations and understanding your legal...

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Agricultural Law Netletter

June 10, 2019 | Edmonton

LexisNexis, Issue 420

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Changes to the Canadian Trademarks Act and Regulations

June 6, 2019 | Toronto

Federation of Canadian-Brazilian Businesses

In order to modernize its current trademark laws and to comply with international rules, Canada joined the Singapore Treaty, the Madrid Protocol and the Nice Agreement by passing Bill C-31, which makes many amendments to Canada’s Trademarks Act and Trademarks...

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Managing the Many Faces of Cyber-Attacks: Lessons for the construction industry

May 30, 2019

Think BIG Magazine, 45-47

Imagine your company is part of a large infrastructure project with a host of suppliers, customers, as well as government participation and considerable public media attention. Now imagine that one morning you were told by one of your staff that...

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David Krebs and Luanne Schlosser are quoted in The Hill Times article, “Privacy watchdog proposing rule change that could see firms revise data-use policies”

May 23, 2019

The Hill Times, "Privacy watchdog proposing rule change that could see firms revise data-use policies"

Companies could soon be rewriting their privacy policies to fit a change the privacy commissioner is contemplating that could mean getting a person’s explicit okay in all cases when their data is to be transferred across the border. Though the...

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Agricultural Law Netletter

May 23, 2019 | Edmonton

LexisNexis, Issue 419

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Recent Developments in Québec Employment Law

May 14, 2019

Labour & Employment 2019 Expert Guide, 36-37

In October 2018, a new majority government was elected in Québec. Since then, it has introduced two major pieces of legislation affecting the workplace and has been involved in a whistleblowing scandal. The following will briefly discuss these issues and...

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Proposed Changes to Canada’s Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations

May 13, 2019

Transport Canada has requested written comments on its proposed amendments to the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations (“TDGR”) on or before May 27, 2019.[i] Canada regularly updates the TDGR in an effort to harmonize with the United Nations Model Regulations...

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Agricultural Law Netletter

May 13, 2019 | Edmonton

LexisNexis, Issue 418

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Danielle Bush quoted in Globe and Mail article on internet gambling policy in Ontario

May 3, 2019 | Toronto

The Globe and Mail, "Internet-gambling interests bet on lobbyists with PC ties for a quick win in Ontario"

It was a policy change most didn’t see coming. In their first budget, Doug Ford’s Ontario Progressive Conservatives signalled they intend to become the first provincial government to “legalize” internet gambling. Danielle Bush comments that “Canadian law doesn’t prohibit provinces...

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