Marko Vesely Discusses the Enforceability of a Website's Terms of Use
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The Supreme Court of British Columbia recently handed down a decision on litigation between one of the country’s largest real estate companies, Century 21, and Rogers Communications Inc., the owner of the Zoocasa website which promotes property listings across Canada. The case deals with some groundbreaking issues on the subject of enforceability of a website’s terms of use, with the judge awarding injunctive relief as well as damages to Century 21 to be paid by Zoocasa.

Lawson Lundell’s Marko Vesely acted as Counsel for Century 21. His thoughts on the larger implications of the case were featured in the Globe and Mail, the Vancouver Sun and on CKNW’s The Simi Sara Show.

Click here to read the Globe and Mail article. 

Tags: contracts

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