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Data breach disclosure law could bring fines
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on October 27, 2014
Even the most ethical sometimes cheat a little
“There is a little bit of larceny in all of us.”

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October 2014, Volume 9 • Issue 5
    • Subtitle Cover Story
    Written by Arshy Mann
    Issue Date: October 2014
    When Guillermo Cruz Rico moved to Canada in 2005, he left behind a life as a criminal lawyer in Mexico…
  • Written by Jennifer Brown
    Issue Date: October 2014
    Marni Dicker and her legal department at Infrastructure Ontario are running on a tight schedule. The Pan Am Games are…
    • Subtitle Editor's Box
    Written by Jennifer Brown
    Issue Date: October 2014
    Perhaps it was the peripheral buzz of the Toronto International Film Festival happening all around our event, or just the…
    • Subtitle Professional Profile
    Written by Sheldon Gordon
    Issue Date: October 2014
    Once a month, Rachelle Verret Morphy, the general counsel of SaskPower, makes the two-and-a-half hour drive from the electrical utility’s…
    • Subtitle Industry Spotlight
    Written by Stefan Dubowski
    Issue Date: October 2014
    Av Maharaj, counsel at Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP, easily recalls the acquisitions Kellogg Company undertook during his time at the…
    • Subtitle Law Department Management
    Written by Patricia MacInnis
    Issue Date: October 2014
    The perception of in-house legal departments as insular and mysterious can impede their ability to best serve the business. And…
    • Subtitle In Closing
    Written by Jonathan Lau
    Issue Date: October 2014
    It’s inescapable: “back to school” ads alert you of retail deals on the annual theme of hitting the books. If…
 
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BC Lawyers vote against approving #TWU law school http://t.co/tujyiBYWCJ
RT @CdnLawyersAbrd: Amnesty International disappointed in Supreme Court of Canada's refugee ruling | Amnesty International Canada: http://t…
Pirate Bay founder Gottfrid Warg faces lengthy jail term - BBC News http://t.co/QzBOTaCDtX
@LawSocietyofBC to release results of #TWU referendum later today.
RT @AllanRouben: Considerations for the Canadian Media Guild in the Jian Ghomeshi case. He may be left without a remedy: http://t.co/TaEzT5

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