On June 16, 2022, the Artificial Intelligence and Data Act, Canada’s first attempt to formally regulate certain artificial intelligence systems, was tabled.
As interpreted and applied in Meade v. Christie, the Model Business Corporation Act director shield is more protective than the comparable DE provision.
We conducted an in-depth review of #MeToo representations & warranties, examining 311 billion-dollar M&A agreements and identifying common approaches.
In Morgan v. Sundance, Inc., the Supreme Court decided unanimously that waiver is the same for arbitration as it is for any other right: it can be waived whether or not someone else is prejudiced.
This article focuses on how including diverse voices in the legal profession, especially voices of people with disabilities, advances the rule of law.
The pressure to market ESG metrics combined with lack of consistent standards and the range of liability from misreporting exacerbate ESG reporting risks.
This article identifies five key technology-specific issues to consider when acquiring a technology company and provide strategies to mitigate these risks.
Two proposed laws may force companies in the US and EU to provide unprecedented transparency into their supply chains and account for impacts throughout.
Bill C-27 introduces bold new measures into Canada’s privacy law: Canadian businesses will be required to invest in the protection of personal information or face heavy administrative monetary penalt…
Will the US Supreme Court revisit the de minimis standard it attached to religious reasonable accommodation and expand religious protections for employees?
The Court’s holding means that parties in private arbitrations in other countries may no longer use Section 1782 to obtain discovery from persons in the US.
In June, Minister of Public Safety of Canada Marco Mendicino introduced Bill C-26, which amends the Telecommunications Act and enacts the Critical Cyber Systems Protection Act, establishing a new cyb…
A new student loan servicing law in Kentucky creates new licensing requirements. In Virginia, an amendment limits the scope of the state’s existing law.
New tech is transforming the legal industry. Law firms are streamlining workflows and enabling the efficient investigation of data. Get these five top trends.
On July 1, 2022, a federal excise tax referred to as the “Superfund Tax” went into effect. The Superfund Tax previously existed before 1996, and its reinstatement presents new challenges.