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Class actions may heighten awareness of employee rights, Shibley Righton's Barry Goldman suggests.

A series of overtime class-action lawsuits hitting corporate Canada recently signify an increased awareness of rights among workers, and a need for employers to examine their overtime policies, says Shibley Righton's Barry Goldman. - See the full article here.

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Posted August 28, 2014 0 comments 0 recommendations

"Monkey selfie exposes broader IP issues". Shibley Righton Partner Bill Northcote's recent article on advocatedaily.com discusses the recent copyright dispute over the “monkey selfie”

The recent copyright dispute over the “monkey selfie” illustrates that as intellectual property rights unfold, novel issues will continue to arise faster than legislators’ ability to develop policy and implement laws, says Toronto business lawyer Bill Northcote. - See the full article here

The recent copyright dispute over the “monkey selfie” illustrates that as intellectual property rights unfold, novel issues will continue to arise faster than legislators’ ability to develop policy and implement laws, says Toronto business lawyer Bill Northcote. - See the full article hereThe recent copyright dispute over the “monkey selfie” illustrates that as intellectual property rights unfold, novel issues will continue to arise faster than legislators’ ability to develop policy and implement laws, says Toronto business lawyer Bill Northcote. - See more at: http://advocatedaily.com/2014/08/monkey-selfie-exposes-broader-ip-issues/#sthash.30SDwUZ9.dpufThe recent copyright dispute over the “monkey selfie” illustrates that as intellectual property rights unfold, novel issues will continue to arise faster than legislators’ ability to develop policy and implement laws, says Toronto business lawyer Bill Northcote. - See the full article hereThe recent copyright dispute over the “monkey selfie” illustrates that as intellectual property rights unfold, novel issues will continue to arise faster than legislators’ ability to develop policy and implement laws, says Toronto business lawyer Bill Northcote. - See more at: http://advocatedaily.com/2014/08/monkey-selfie-exposes-broader-ip-issues/#sthash.30SDwUZ9.dpufThe recent copyright dispute over the “monkey selfie” illustrates that as intellectual property rights unfold, novel issues will continue to arise faster than legislators’ ability to develop policy and implement laws, says Toronto business lawyer Bill Northcote. - See more at: http://advocatedaily.com/2014/08/monkey-selfie-exposes-broader-ip-issues/#sthash.30SDwUZ9.dpufThe recent copyright dispute over the “monkey selfie” illustrates that as intellectual property rights unfold, novel issues will continue to arise faster than legislators’ ability to develop policy and implement laws, says Toronto business lawyer Bill Northcote. - See more at: http://advocatedaily.com/2014/08/monkey-selfie-exposes-broader-ip-issues/#sthash.30SDwUZ9.dpufright dispute over the “monkey selfie” illustrates that as intellectual property rights unfold, novel issues will continue to arise faster than legislators’ ability to develop policy and implement laws, says Toronto business lawyer Bill Northcote. - See more at: http://advocatedaily.com/2014/08/monkey-selfie-exposes-broader-ip-issues/#sthash.30SDwUZ9.dpuf
The recent copyright dispute over the “monkey selfie” illustrates that as intellectual property rights unfold, novel issues will continue to arise faster than legislators’ ability to develop policy and implement laws, says Toronto business lawyer Bill Northcote. - See more at: http://advocatedaily.com/2014/08/monkey-selfie-exposes-broader-ip-issues/#sthash.30SDwUZ9.dpuf
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Posted August 14, 2014 0 comments 0 recommendations

Shibley Righton Partner Bill Northcote's article "Mission statement dispute highlights lessons for charities" appeared on AdvocateDaily.com

Charities applying to renew their not-for-profit status this year should be careful not to change their objects – the legal equivalent of mission statements – following the Canada Revenue Agency’s (CRA) recent criticism of one organization’s goals - Please click here for the full article.

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Posted July 31, 2014 0 comments 0 recommendations
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