Cybersecurity initiatives are moving rapidly within the federal government and require owners and operators of critical infrastructure – including in particular Communication and Energy Systems, and those who supply and service them – to remain vigilant in managing cybersecurity risks.
LawVision Group Partners speak regularly about the lessons learned by the legal industry from the recession. It’s an important list and one of our key observations is that “Most compensation systems are revenue driven, which renders them outdated”.
A couple of readers have asked to what extent US based social media cases will apply in Canada. We don’t yet have a large body of social media cases in Canada (other than run of the mill termination cases involving social media), so there tends to be a lot of discussion up here about US based social media cases.
Massachusetts recently changed the law governing access to criminal offender record information or CORI to insure that job applicants have an opportunity to find work without suffering unduly from past criminal misconduct.
In February 2013, we reported on legislative momentum in the Japanese Diet to bring Japan’s sixty-year-old election laws into the brave new world of Web 2.0. On April 19, 2013, that reform effort came to fruition, when a bill permitting the use of the Internet during election campaign periods passed both Houses of the legislature—just in time for the upcoming Upper House poll in July.