Insurance companies have started offering reduced insurance premiums for drivers who agree to have a telematics device installed in their car. The device records driving habits and transmits them back to the insurer. There are, however, some concerns with these devices that you should be aware of.
If you are a Canadian citizen with a criminal record and are looking to travel to the United States, it is important that you obtain a record suspension. Canadians charged with a criminal offence will find it more difficult to travel across the border without being cleared of their criminal charge.
Changes to the Occupational Health & Safety Act (Nova Scotia) will take effect on June 12, 2017. The changes are intended to increase accountability for incident reporting and increase the government’s authority to deal with repeat offenders.
A Nova Scotia chiropractor, Bill Smith, and his biomedical technology company, Neck Tronics Inc., claim to have invented a device capable of precisely measuring the range of motion of all movements in the neck as well as treating whiplash injuries.
A heated debate is emerging in the copyright world this week; can an artist’s moral rights be infringed merely by placing an object next to a sculpture. This debate poses the questions, what are moral rights and how does the Canadian Copyright Act protect artists.
When taking a vacation to warmer climates, the last thing we think about is the possibility of getting injured. You may not realize however, that the laws in other countries dealing with regulating excursions and activities are very different or completely non existent.
During the most popular week for burgers in Halifax, it was reported that lawyers for McDonald’s Corporation sent a cease and desist letter to a Halifax restaurant. A cease and desist letters can have a strong deterrent effect, if it's without solid legal foundation, the sender loses credibility.