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On April 24, 2018, the BC government introduced Bill 21 to amend the Class Proceeding Act (“CPA”). The amendments will change BC from an “opt in” jurisdiction for non-residents to an “opt out” jurisdiction. There were a number of consequential amendments to the CPA that address the issues that will now arise from certification of “multi-jurisdictional” ...

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Lawson Lundell LLP is pleased to announce the arrival of an experienced team of commercial litigation and dispute resolution lawyers in Calgary. Grant Vogeli, QC, Michael Donaldson, Shannon Wray, Shannon Hayes, Kelly Hannan, Marika Strobl and Jonathan Selnes have joined the firm from a leading firm in Calgary where they represented significant clients in a range of ...

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Many assume that, with the advent of privacy statutes, companies have been required to notify their customers, or the relevant statutory authority, in the case of a data breach or improper accessing of customer data.  However, to date, for the vast majority of provinces and territories in Canada, that has not been the case, and the choice of whether or not to tell even those ...

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