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Ransomware and its Spawns
The Risk - Cyber-attacks are considered one of the most serious risks your organisation faces and ransomware and its variants are a currently favoured variation (as evidenced by the recent "WannaCry" cyber-attack).
Canada
29 Aug 2017
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Ransomware: The Risks Are All Too Real
The Risk – Cyber attacks are considered one of the most serious risks your organisation faces and ransomware is a currently favoured variation (as evidenced by the recent ''WannaCry'' cyber attack).
Canada
5 Jul 2017
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Cybersecurity – The Legal Landscape In Canada
In Canada, data protection and cybersecurity are governed by a complex legal and regulatory framework.
Canada
12 Jan 2016
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Increasing Corporate Penalties And Risk Management (Update To "Seven Corporate Sins As A Source Of Government Revenue And Economic Stimulus")*
Soft commodity prices, divergent monetary policies across major economies, high unemployment rates and weak world trade have all conspired to slow down global economic recovery over the past seven years.
Canada
15 Apr 2015
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Know Your Regulator
In an era where regulation is surpassing law on the radars of most in-house counsel and other risk managers, this question has never been more pressing.
Canada
 
20 Nov 2014
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Cyber-Risk – The Electronic Ebola Of The 21st Century
For good reasons, the most significant concern for CEOs and Boards today is cyber-risk. How should a company prepare for it?
Canada
10 Oct 2014
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Recent Quebec Manulife Decision – Canary In The Coalmine?
Last week (on May 7, 2014), Justice Soldevida, J.S.C. of the Quebec Superior Court released her judgment in the Manulife case.
Canada
15 May 2014
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Conditions, Conditions Precedent And The Relief From Forfeiture - The Tide Is Shifting
The Ontario Court of Appeal recently released its decision which among other things focused on the exercise of the discretionary relief from forfeiture power available to Ontario courts under both the "Courts of Justice Act" and the Ontario "Insurance Act".
Canada
1 May 2014
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Seven Corporate Sins As A Source Of Government Revenue And Economic Stimulus*
A discussion on the governments' efforts to obtain sources of revenues without raising taxes.
Canada
18 Apr 2013
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Seven Corporate Sins as a Source of Government Revenue and Economic Stimulus
The prolonged economic downturn and the fear of prolonged deflation have put new financial strains on governments.
Canada
 
25 Mar 2013
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Dealing With Participating Funds - Round 2 Is Final
The Supreme Court of Canada on May 24, 2012 dismissed with costs the application for leave to appeal the 2011 decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal which dealt with the complicated issue of dealings with the participating accounts of two large life insurance companies.
Canada
18 Jun 2012
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Fraud And Misconduct By Financial Intermediaries
The financial intermediary is most often the link between the institution and its client.
Canada
 
22 May 2012
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