technology


  • Meet the busy lawyers working at Toronto’s massive tech conference

    Meet the busy lawyers working at Toronto’s massive tech conference

    May 22, 2019

    Toronto is hosting a high-profile technology conference this week, and several lawyers say they’ll be on site to help clients meet with investors and structure deals around licensing, acquisitions or funding rounds.

  • Judges issuing harsher revenge porn sentences in Canada

    Judges issuing harsher revenge porn sentences in Canada

    May 22, 2019

    As technology plays a greater role in “revenge porn” cases, Canadian judges have issued harsher sentences as a deterrent, new research says.

  • Are we ready for smart contracts?

    Apr 15, 2019

    The development of crypto-currencies, which use blockchain technology, has given rise to some pressing legal questions. These questions may seem relevant only to those who trade in crypto-currencies.

  • The case against a right to be forgotten

    Sep 17, 2018

    There is no right to be forgotten in Canada. In other words, there is no general right to have information about oneself de-listed or de-indexed from search engine results. Nor should there be.

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