• Privacy risk on social media platform TikTok

    January 20, 2023 | By Avneet Nehel, Craig Zawada, Troy Bari Artificial Intelligence (“AI”) has taken center stage of 2023. Most countries are preparing, or have already passed, legislation to regulate the use of AI. While recent in terms of regulation, AI technology has been in commercial use, particularly Data Mining, for at least 20 […]

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  • Suspending limitation periods through tolling agreements

    January 26, 2023 | By Kevin Mehi and Troy Baril In the first two parts of this blog series, we have explored whether commercial parties can agree to extend, reduce, exclude, or otherwise vary a statutory limitation period (in Ontario and Western Canada), and whether shorter contractual survival periods in M&A transactions violate statutory limitation […]

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  • Changes in Privacy Legislation

    January 20, 2023 | By Avneet Nehel and Craig Zawada This year will be big for privacy law around the world. While Europe and UK are planning new legislation on Artificial Intelligence (“AI”) to promote responsible innovation, Canada is coming out with its own legislation to strengthen privacy laws and create a better environment for […]

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  • Do shorter contractual survival periods in M&A transactions violate statutory limitation periods?

    January 16, 2023 | By Kevin Mehi and Troy Baril A common feature in many share or asset purchase agreements is a contractual survival period for representations and warranties. However, these contractual survival periods are often shorter than the limitation periods set out in applicable provincial legislation.[1] This blog post explores whether a contractual survival […]

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  • Welcome former Afghan Crown Prosecutor, Mrs. Rohi Rasa to Procido LLP

    Procido LLP is delighted to welcome Rohi Rasa as a Volunteer at our firm. Procido LLP believes organizations with different types of people, diverse skillsets, and distinct perspectives and personalities provide better advice. Diversity facilitates the ability of advisors to be resilient to change and impart such resiliency to clients. Diversity allows Procido LLP advisors […]

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  • Can commercial parties agree to extend, reduce, exclude, or otherwise vary a statutory limitation period?

    January 10, 2023 | By Kevin Mehi and Troy Baril Limitation periods determine the period of time within which one party (whether and individual, corporation, or other entity) must commence a lawsuit against another party. In Canada, limitation periods are primarily defined by provincial statutes and, effectively, act as time limits for commencing such lawsuits. […]

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  • Canada’s Greenhouse Gas Offset Credit System

    January 6, 2022 | By: Avneet Nehel, Brady Chapman, Chad Eggerman In May 2022 the Federal government passed regulations to generate Federal offset credits called Canada’s Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Offset Credit System pursuant to the Federal Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act (the “GGPPA”) and Federal Environmental Violations Administrative Monetary Penalties Act. The Canadian Greenhouse Gas […]

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  • The year ahead: the introduction of the Clean Electricity Regulations by the Government of Canada

    January 5, 2022 | By: Avneet Nehel, Brady Chapman, Chad Eggerman The Government of Canada is pursuing the target of overall net-zero emissions across Canada by 2050. The Federal government are pursuing the target of net-zero electricity production by 2035 across the country through the introduction of the Clean Electricity Regulations (“CER”). The first CER […]

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  • Chad Eggerman featured as Lexpert-ranked leading energy lawyer in Lexpert – Special Edition: Energy 2022 magazine

    Lexpert Special Edition: Energy 2022 Magazine Cover

  • Carbon offsets in Saskatchewan: Saskatchewan’s move towards a voluntary carbon offset program

    December 23, 2022 | By Brady Chapman, Kevin Mehi, Chad Eggerman The Government of Saskatchewan has been discussing its release of a provincial carbon offset framework for several years. Until very recently, the Government of Saskatchewan has suggested, and stakeholders have been anticipating, that the emissions offset program would be similar to what has existed […]

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