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Author Archive - Lauren Bride

Lauren Bride, B.A. (English Literature / Philosophy) is a writer, copywriter, and editor, working in both fiction and nonfiction. She has done extensive writing and editing for commercial, private, and government clients, as well as storyediting and fiction publication. Lauren also volunteers with the not for profit group NABORS (Toronto). Read more

The control of the personal data ecosystem belongs to the individual

A recent release from the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario on the Personal Data Ecosystem praises organizations taking initiatives to integrate the socio-economic benefits of personal information while maintaining privacy and confidentiality. The Commissioner, Dr. Cavoukian, also co-authored a paper with researchers from the United States and the United Kingdom that delineates the systems […]

 

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Providing tax-free shares to forgo employment rights

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Interesting employment law developments are happening in the UK. Beginning in April 2013, British employees will be offered a new option in employment contracts, where they may own shares in the company they work for and in exchange, will forgo certain workers’ rights.

 

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Upcoming changes to the Uniform Unclaimed Intangible Property Act

The Canadian government established the Unclaimed Intangible Property Actin 1989 to create legislation around reuniting people and corporations with their unclaimed property, but that statute was not proclaimed in force. The Uniform Unclaimed Intangible Property Act, which arose in 2003, was created as model for each province in Canada to use as needed to design their own legislative framework for unclaimed property law.

 

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