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Canada: Ontario's Bill 213: Proposed Changes To The Business Corporations Act - Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

On Oct. 6, 2020, the Ontario government tabled Bill 213, the Better for People, Smarter for Business Act, 2020, which proposes two notable changes to the Business Corporations Act (Ontario) (OBCA):
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Canada: Quebec Moves Forward With New Supplemental Pension Plan - Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP

On October 7, 2020, Bill 68, An Act mainly to allow the establishment of target benefit pension plans (Bill 68), was tabled at Quebec's National Assembly by the province's Minister of Finance...
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BritBox Unveils What’s Coming to the Streamer in November 2020

BritBox Unveils What’s Coming to the Streamer in November 2020 BritBox, the subscription streaming service from BBC Studios and ITV offering the biggest collection of streaming British television in North America, has unveiled its November slate! Next month, the lineup includes fan-favorite comedies including ‘Allo ‘Allo!, Dad’s Army, and To the Manor Born. Additionally, BritBox will be adding more British crime dramas and thrillers to its library including Death in Paradise Season 9 and Our ...
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Canada: A First Look At Alberta's Proposed Prompt Payment Legislation - McLennan Ross LLP

Last week the Government of Alberta introduced Bill 37, which proposes new rules relating to issues such as builders' liens, payment terms, invoicing,...
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Canada: Pedal To The Metal: Ontario Accelerates Transit And Highway Infrastructure Projects - Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP

On October 22, 2020, Ontario's Minister of Transportation, Caroline Mulroney (Minister), introduced Bill 222, Ontario Rebuilding and Recovery Act, 2020 (Act) for first reading in the Ontario
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Bill, Giuliana Rancic Get $10.7 Million for Brentwood Mansion

Married reality TV stars Bill and Giuliana Rancic are checking out of L.A.’s posh Brentwood neighborhood, having sold their Georgian-style estate for $10.7 million in an off-market deal. That’s a hefty $3 million more than the OG “Apprentice” winner and his E! News alum wife paid less than two years ago, though the couple did […]
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Amazon, Twitter to depose before Committee on Data Protection Bill on Oct 28; Google, Paytm on Oct 29

Representatives of Amazon and Twitter are scheduled to depose before of the Joint Parliamentary Committee on October 28. Google and Paytm are scheduled to depose before the committee a day after that. Representatives of Twitter are set to depose at 11 am, while Amazon’s representatives are scheduled for 3 pm. This is after multiple media reports had emerged last week claiming that Amazon had refused to depose before committee. Amazon later clarified that it had not refused to appear before the c...
Tags: Travel, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Twitter, News, India, Bill, Paytm, PDP, Facebook India, Amazon Twitter, JPC, Ajit Mohan, Personal Data Protection Bill, Joint Parliamentary Committee


Canada: Sensitive Personal Information: Another Concept Borrowed From The GDPR - Fasken

In sections 12, 19 and 102 of Bill 64 the legislator has introduced a new concept – that of "sensitive personal information" – affecting both the Act respecting access to documents held by public bodies ...
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Leaders Who Lust

IN 2004, Barbara Kellerman wrote that “the idea that some leaders and some followers are bad, and that they might have something in common with good leaders and followers, has not fully penetrated the conversation or the curriculum” on leadership. And it should because it is true—the good and the bad are an inherent part of us all. Kellerman also rightly asserts in Bad Leadership that “Human nature is human nature, and that makes it inevitable that certain patterns of bad leadership repeat them...
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Classic FM to air programmes for pets and owners

Classic FM’s Pet Sounds is returning this year to help anxious pets and their owners during the fireworks season. The feature, now in its third year, is hosted by weekend presenter and dog-owner Bill Turnbull. It will air on Guy Fawkes Night, Thursday 5th November, with a second programme on Saturday 7th November. Bill says he will play a selection of soothing and relaxing music, specially curated to help calm the nerves of the nation’s pets. There will also be dedications to listeners’ pets ...
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United States: Ohio Grants Broad Immunity From COVID-19 Lawsuits; Includes Health Care Providers - Jones Day

Ohio House Bill 606 grants temporary immunity from civil actions related to the transmission of COVID-19 and limited immunity to health care providers related to civil actions and professional...
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An Employer’s Guide to Election Day: Time Off for Voting and Threats

Election Day is nearly upon us. But unlike prior years, many Connecticut residents have already voted, thanks to the pandemic-related absentee ballot system uage. Still, next Tuesday, our fellow citizens will still take to the polls from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. to vote for their favorite candidate.  You can find out where you should vote at this easy to use link. Any Time Off Required? In the last decade, we’ve seen more and more employers offer the day off to vote. But here in Connecticut, the questio...
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Canada: Government Proposes Changes To Modernize Ontario's Corporate Framework - Cassels

On October 6, 2020, the Government of Ontario introduced Bill 213, Better for People, Smarter for Business Act, 2020 (Bill). If passed, the Bill will amend the Ontario Business Corporations Act (OBCA)
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Ireland: Finance Bill 2020 - Arthur Cox

While Finance Bill 2020 ("the Bill") includes measures to support the domestic economy during the COVID-19 crisis and in the context of Brexit, the Bill includes no fundamental changes to Ireland's...
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Monday’s Mix

Each Monday we present brief excerpts of recent posts from five of Canada’s award­-winning legal blogs chosen at random* from more than 80 recent Clawbie winners. In this way we hope to promote their work, with their permission, to as wide an audience as possible. This week the randomly selected blogs are 1. Know How 2. SOQUIJ | Le Blogue 3. Susan On The Soapbox 4. The Court 5. Stereo Decisis Podcast Know How Online Orientation: Your Intro to the Great Library Attention Ontario licensi...
Tags: Law, Canada, Bill, Alberta, Susan, RCMP, Matthews, Supreme Court of Canada, Chouhan, Monday’s Mix, SOQUIJ, Supreme Court of Canada in R, Le Tribunal, Great Library, Hilary Young, Robert Danay


Vote for Prop. 25 to replace unjust money bail with a system based on safety

As a police officer patrolling the streets of Los Angeles, I made split-second decisions every day based on risk. Yet after we arrested someone, the decision to keep them in jail or send them home awaiting trial didn’t hinge on risk but rather on their wealth. Our cash bail system wastes critical resources by incarcerating people pretrial who aren’t likely to reoffend, while letting high-risk individuals pay for release. Thankfully, we have a chance to end money bail this November by voting Yes ...
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‘We are willing to engage with Parliamentary Committee on Data Protection Bill,’ says Amazon

Amazon has not refused to appear before the Joint Parliamentary Committee on Personal Data Protection Bill; its experts are simply unable to travel from overseas due to travel restrictions, a written statement from an Amazon spokesperson said. This is after multiple media reports emerged earlier today that Amazon had refused to depose before the Joint Parliamentary Committee on Personal Data Protection Bill. Amazon is willing “to engage in any way the JPC considers fit”, the spokesperson said. A...
Tags: Travel, Google, Amazon, Facebook, News, India, Bill, PTI, PDP, Meenakshi Lekhi, Facebook India, JPC, Ajit Mohan, Personal Data Protection Bill, Joint Parliamentary Committee, Personal Data Protection Bill 2019


Hawaii unveils coronavirus vaccine plans, test backlog sends tourists to quarantine, Honolulu marathon canceled, Lanai COVID-19 outbreak balloons, students infected, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Department of Health Immunization Branch Chief Ron Balajadia How Hawaii Is Planning For A Future COVID-19 Vaccine. It could cost Hawaii a minimum of $25 million to get people vaccinated to prevent COVID-19 — once a vaccine is approved by the federal government — state officials said Thursday. Civil Beat.Gov. David Ige announces draft COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan for Hawaii. Gov. David Ige, Lt. Gov. Josh Green and state Department of Health Immunization Branch Chief Ron Balajadia to...
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Summary: China’s draft Personal Information Protection Law

If data controllers illegally process personal data in China or of Chinese residents elsewhere in the world, they may have to cough up CN¥50 million (~₹ 55 crore) or 5% of annual revenue in fines, according to China’s draft Personal Information Protection Law. Also, if other countries take punitive actions against China in the field of personal data protection, China will retaliate in kind. This Bill is currently being deliberated upon by the National People’s Congress (the Chinese parliament) a...
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Canada: Summary Of Special Consultations And Public Hearings On Québec's Bill 64 - Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

In September 2020, Québec's Committee on Institutions held special consultations and public hearings regarding Bill 64 – An Act to modernize legislative provisions as regards the protection of personal information.
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Canada: Proposed Regulation Update: Ontario Heritage Act - WeirFoulds LLP

On September 21, 2020, the Province published notice of a proposed regulation under the Ontario Heritage Act ("OHA"), to implement amendments passed as part of Bill 108...
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Indonesia: Indonesia Omnibus Bill – Simplification Of Business Licensing And Investment Requirements - SSEK Indonesian Legal Consultants

(21 October 2020) The Indonesian House of Representatives (DPR) recently passed the Omnibus Bill on Job Creation (the "Omnibus Bill"). The stated aim of the Omnibus Bill is to bolster ...
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Chris Matheson, “Bill & Ted” Writer, Talks Cosmic Satire with Pretty Much Pop: A Culture Podcast #65

https://podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/traffic.libsyn.com/secure/partiallyexaminedlife/PMP_65_10-3-20.mp3 Chris Matheson has written a bunch of comic movies including the new Bill & Ted Face the Music, and he’s converted religious texts into funnier books on three occasions, most recently with The Buddha’s Story. Your hosts Mark Linsenmayer, Erica Spyres, and Brian Hirt talk with him about what unifies these projects: Why the big ideas of science fiction, fantasy, religion, and philosophy are...
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Guest Post: Judy Pinson

                                                                                                                                                        O ur Love Story                       The man I loved asked me to marry him three times, and I said “No” each time.   The first time was on the Grand Canal in Venice.   The second time, at the top of the Eiffel Tower.   The third time, we were on a train traveling through the mountains in Californ...
Tags: Travel, California, France, Eiffel Tower, Venice, Bill, Portland Oregon, Reno, Grand Canal, Corey, Oregon City, French la Vie, Judy Pinson, Bill My girlfriend, Yann Sidenote, St Baume


6 vaccine experts told us how they'll decide whether to get a coronavirus shot

Getty Business Insider asked six infectious-disease experts when they'd feel confident getting a coronavirus vaccine.  Their answers varied in terms of which data would convince them.  Richard Condit, a retired University of Florida virologist, said he'd trust the scientists making the critical regulatory decision. Ultimately, if they recommended people his age get the shot, he'd likely get it, he said.  Other experts wanted more. University of Pennsylvania's Dr. Paul Offit emphasized the...
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International Open Access Week 2020: Get to know the team

To celebrate International Open Access Week 2020, we spoke to some of the Open Access (OA) Publishing team at OUP to find out all about this dynamic area of publishing. Publishing Director for Open Access Rhodri Jackson, Senior Publishers Rhiannon Meaden, Lucy Oates, and Nikul Patel, Publisher James Neenan, and Assistant Publisher Jude Roberts reveal all. Why work in OA publishing? Rhodri Jackson: OA has been a consistent theme running through my whole career. My first role in OUP’s journals tea...
Tags: Books, New York, Featured, US, South Africa, Oxford, Journals, University of Oxford, Bill, Open Access, Lucy, James, Nucleic Acids Research, Melinda Gates Foundation, Rhiannon, Howard Hughes Medical Institute


Agriculture Bill: Lords win vote to protect post-Brexit standards

Lords vote to require post-Brexit trade deals to meet UK safety rules, in ongoing tussle with Commons.
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Speaking With Derek LeBlanc of The Kids S.A.F.E Foundation

Speaking With Derek LeBlanc of The Kids S.A.F.E Foundation U.S.A. –-(AmmoLand.com)- Derek LeBlanc is the founder of the Kids S.A.F.E Foundation. The foundation concentrates on using education to prevent firearms accidents involving children. It introduces kids to firearms in a safe environment that demystifies guns and teaches safe firearms handling. The organization has taught over 20,000 kids about rules for safe firearms handling. Aero Precision recently gave the Kids S.A.F.E Foundation $1...
Tags: Guns, Oregon, Senate, John, Bill, Derek, Nra, Northern Virginia, Cabela, Ammoland, Aero Precision, John Crump, Gun Rights News, Eugene OR, John Crump John, E Foundation


Kerala HC admits ‘right to be forgotten’ plea: Why this may be problematic

The Kerala High Court has admitted a petition from a person seeking the right to be forgotten. Bar and Bench has reported that the court has admitted a plea by a Nikhil S Rajan, who sought the erasure of his personal details from Google search results. This is the latest request by an Indian citizen seeking the obstruction of access to public information citing the right to privacy. Rajan, a dentist by profession, reportedly contended that when his name is searched on the internet, the first res...
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Digital Health ID will be used for COVID-19 immunisation: PM Modi

“India is already working on putting a well-established vaccine delivery system in place. This digitised network along with digital health ID will be used to ensure immunisation [for COVID-19] of our citizens,” Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Tuesday. India’s Digital Health program the National Digital Health Mission — which PM Modi announced on Independence day — has been rolling out in pilot in the union territories. As of September 9, 100,000 Health IDs had been issued across Andaman & N...
Tags: Travel, Health, News, India, Narendra Modi, Bill Gates, Vaccination, Mission, Bill, Digital Health, Infosys, Modi, Nandan Nilekani, Nilekani, Puducherry, Aadhaar