The below is a post on Online Defamation Law by CEO Law’s Shan Alavi. Online Defamation -The Future Requires More Shan Alavi is a technology lawyer working in private practice through Legal Minds Professional Corporation and practising in association with CEO Law Canada. He is General Counsel to LoopMD, a health-tech startup. He is also […]Read More Online Defamation: The Future Requires More
Canada has had a busy fall in regards to free trade agreements. The USMCA negotiations concluded at the end of September and it is set to be signed at the end of November 2018. Last week Canada was also one of the first countries to ratify the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement on Trans Pacific Partnership […]Read More ‘Tis the Season for Trade Agreements
LMIA stands for a Labour Market Impact Assessment and it is a document that is issued by Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) confirming that a Canadian citizen or permanent resident cannot be located to successfully carryout an identified employment position in Canada. This document can then be presented by the foreign national identified in […]Read More What is a LMIA and How Do I Get One?
In the below article, CEO Law’s Shan Alavi discusses the high cost of data breaches and the heavy legal burden imposed on organizations that necessitates the use of a comprehensive legal strategy, which includes: using traditional legal risk allocation strategies like proper contract drafting, and cyber risk insurance to allocate legal risk between various parties […]Read More Allocating Risk and Preparing for a Data Breach
Immigration, Refugee, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) is currently exploring the use of artificial intelligence (AI) to assist in processing the high volume of immigration applications received every year. Anyone following immigration news over the past two years is aware of the increase of refugee claimants in Canada largely due to the shift in US immigration […]Read More The Use of AI in the Canadian Immigration System