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Not-for-profits need a plan to determine whether to take a stand or policy position

Not-for-profits should continuously assess current and emerging issues to determine whether to take a stand or policy position. Emerging issues may be strategically important to the organization and are often time-sensitive; the opportunity to take a stand on an issue may be fleeting because attention may soon be re-directed to something new. Not-for-profits will need […]

 

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Is your mediation confidentiality clause watertight?

In Union Carbide Canada Inc. v. Bombardier Inc. [1], the Supreme Court of Canada struck a delicate balance between two key elements of mediation: settlement privilege and confidentiality.

 

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Lobbying

Lobbying is one form of advocacy, and refers to a paid person communicating with government employees or politicians in order to influence a government decision, legislation, policy or programs. Lobbying can be in the form of face-to-face communication, phone calls, faxes, emails, letters, or any other form of communication.

 

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