Article by Bob Pakrul featured in recent issue of ‘Canadian Privacy Law Review’

The most recent issue of Canadian Privacy Law Review carries an article entitled ‘Fixing Alberta’s Privacy Legislation’, by Bob Pakrul of our Information + Privacy Practice Group. The article, originally published on that practice group’s blog, discusses recent Supreme Court of Canada ruling that Alberta’s Personal Information Protection Act was unconstitutional, and outlines the amendments made as a result, and possible implications for other provinces’ privacy legislation. To read Bob’s article, click here.

(Reproduced with permission of the publisher LexisNexis Canada Inc. from Canadian Privacy Law Review, Vol. 11, No. 5, April 2014).