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Fasken (French)
Le 29 janvier 2020, le Groupe d'examen du cadre législatif en matière de radiodiffusion et de télécommunications (le « groupe d'experts ») a publié son rapport fort attendu et ses ...
Aird & Berlis LLP
The BTLR Final Report's 97 recommendations are far too vast to address in a single blog post.
The Broadcasting and Telecommunications Legislative Review Panel (BTLR) was tasked in 2018 by the Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development and the Minister of Canadian Heritage
Segev LLP
Video games have come a long way since 1958, when Tennis for Two debuted as the first video game created for exclusively entertainment purposes.
Goodmans LLP
Last week, the Federal Court of Canada dismissed an unusual "reverse class action" brought by a group of film production companies (collectively referred to as "Voltage")...
Calls to require online digital media services to contribute to Canadian culture have been a political issue for almost a decade.
Goodmans LLP
In a typical copyright infringement lawsuit, an artist who created and owns a copyrighted work sues the party that uses their work without permission or compensation.
Canada is recognized as a major player in film, television and interactive digital media production.
McCarthy Tétrault LLP
Last week, Adidas signed its first professional video game streamer, Tyler "Ninja" Blevins, to be a brand ambassador
Gowling WLG
So, you're a successful artist who recently moved to a new record label, only to turn around and find out that the masters for your first six albums, the last 10 years of your career, have been sold to someone you have...
Bereskin & Parr LLP
In Live! Holdings, LLC. v Oyen Wiggs Green & Mutala LLP and Pickering Developments (Bayly) Inc., 2019 FC 1042 ("Live!"), the Federal Court of Canada again
The BTLR Panel (the Panel) issued its long-awaited report on 26 June, 2019 setting out the key themes that emerged from the call for written submissions that it issued last fall.
Fasken (French)
En mai 2019, le sénateur Josh Hawley a déposé un projet de loi visant à protéger les enfants contre les jeux à caractère abusif
McMillan LLP
Video games are big business: from the latest blockbuster, an indie hit, a mobile time-passer for your transit ride, or a packed esports arena with massive online viewership, there's good money in creating engaging and immersive entertainment products.
Torys LLP
Canadian businesses, organizations and individuals who engage in advertising need to be aware of the recently enacted Elections Modernization Act,
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
MGE will further expand Niagara Region's entertainment options by opening the new 5,000-seat Niagara Falls Entertainment Centre, located adjacent to the Fallsview Casino Resort.
In May 2019, Senator Josh Hawley introduced a bill called The Protecting Children from Abusive Games Act to regulate "pay-to-win microtransactions" and the sale of "loot boxes" in video games sold in the United States.
Froese Law
Sometimes celebrities love a gown/look and they simply purchase it to wear it on the red carpet.
Froese Law
It's quite possible that there may be some readers that may not know about Fyre Festival.
Gardiner Roberts LLP
Documentary evidence had to be gathered by witnesses and lawyers were engaged to represent a number of those witnesses.
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