Digital Business and Canadian Law: Issues and Trends

January 21, 2019

Our technology law team recently published Digital Business in Canada, an easy-to-read guide to electronic commerce in the Canadian legal and regulatory context.

Issues considered in this Q&A-style publication include, among others:

  • Federal vs. provincial authority;
  • Electronic contract and e-signature validity;
  • Electronic payment systems;
  • Virtual currency;
  • Privacy law and consumer protection;
  • Data breaches;
  • Cybersecurity and encryption;
  • Digital advertising and spam;
  • Defamation;
  • Domain name disputes;
  • Taxation of online sales, and
  • Dispute resolution.

Originally published by Lexology Navigator, Digital Business in Canada was co-authored by Stikeman Elliott’s Alethea Au (Toronto), Vanessa Coiteux (Montréal) and David Elder (Ottawa).

DISCLAIMER: This publication is intended to convey general information about legal issues and developments as of the indicated date. It does not constitute legal advice and must not be treated or relied on as such. Please read our full disclaimer at www.stikeman.com/legal-notice.

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