Davis LLP's Pablo Guzman was quoted in the September 6, 2013 edition of Lawyers Weekly in an article discussing a recent Québec Court of Appeal decision that has clarified a lonstanding point of dispute in Anton Piller orders. The court has ruled that litigants do not have automatic access rights to evidence seized through the execution of an Anton Piller order.
Pablo observes, "It's a very sound judgment that reminds us that an Anton Piller order is not meant to obtain evidence. An Anton Piller order is meant to freeze evidence, to protect rights and to protect it from being destroyed."
"Pablo Guzman was quoted in the Montreal Gazette article, "Video Game Violence Heats Up", on September 23, 2006 where he discussed the regulation of the Internet and video games as a measure to prevent violence after students were shot at Dawson..."
"Davis LLP's John Landry was interviewed by The Lawyers Weekly for the September 20 issue's cover story, which looks at the abundance of legal work available in the Yukon and the lack of qualified professionals willing to move there..."
"The legal industry has yet to create regulatory standards for cloud service providers; as such, lawyers currently looking to store client data in the cloud must be vigilant when examining a provider's service-level agreement (SLA) to protect themselves..."