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Crowdfunding is “a method of funding a project or venture through small amounts of money raised from a large number of people [the crowd] over the internet via an internet portal intermediary [read more]
In a turn of events that sheds some light on the slow process of modern justice, Judge Weisman of the Ontario Court of Justice revisited the question of whether a criminal complainant, known only [read more]
Almost every video game publisher, developer and service provider in Canada will be affected by Canada’s new anti-spam legislation and should have a plan for complying with it.
Ignoring [read more]
Martel v. Canada
"Procurement Law Basics - Part 2" looked at the case of MJB Enterprises, where the Supreme Court of Canada implied a term into Contract A that only a compliant bid may [read more]
Bidders are frequently told in bidding and tendering instructions that bids or tenders are required to be submitted "under seal" or that "sealed tenders are required". Confusion&nbs [read more]
In Procurement Law Basics Part 1, we covered the creation of Contract A and Contract B in a simple tendering process. In this Part 2, we start to look at one of the nuances that the courts have developed [read more]