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  • Blog: ALTIUS BlogsWEBINAR VIDEO | DIGITAL LAW SERIES 12: KEEPING UP WITH GDPRPosted on September 23, 2021 by
      The GDPR has been applicable since nearly 3 years and still raises many questions for businesses. To help you keeping up with the essential, our data protection experts, Gerrit Vandendriessche and Louis-Dorsan Jolly, will hold dedicated webinars on a regular basis putting the spotlight on the new case law and guidance about the GDPR. Don’t miss this opportunity to keep a comprehensive view on the recent legal developments on this topic!
  • Blog: Project Law BlogHashing out the Regulation of Cryptocurrency Mining in Alberta: A Look at AUC’s Exemption and Self-Supply Criteria for Power Plants Under 10 MWPosted on September 20, 2021 by Shailaz Dhalla, Natasha Sanders
    While the term “bitcoin” is a hot topic in Alberta in recent weeks, the physical operations, infrastructure and approvals required to operate a large-scale cryptocurrency operation is unknown to many. Cryptocurrency mining operations require large powerful processors that are used by miners to process and confirm the transaction of digital assets. Imagine a large ...
  • Blog: The Nickel ReportArticle III Standing Still Proving to be a Formidable Defense to Environmental Citizen SuitsPosted on September 7, 2021 by Brent A. Rosser and Kate Perkins
    Recent federal court decisions continue to show that Article III standing can be a formidable defense to environmental citizen suits, particularly following the Supreme Court’s decision Spokeo v. Robins, 578 U.S. 330 (2016). The post Article III Standing Still Proving to be a Formidable Defense to Environmental Citizen Suits appeared first on The Nickel Report. Continue Reading
  • Blog: Antitrust UpdateFirm Attorneys Author “Trends in Class Certification” Chapter in GCR’s US Courts Annual Review Posted on July 19, 2021 by William F. Cavanaugh, Jr., David Kleban, Jonathan Hermann
    The past decade has witnessed significant development in class action certification standards in the antitrust context, and the past year has been no exception. Questions of predominance continue to be at the forefront, although the numerosity requirement has also been put to the test. This chapter places these issues of class certification in context by [...]

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