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Jacob Millar

Jacob Millar

Affleck Greene McMurtry LLP

Jacob Millar is a versatile lawyer who as a law student and articling student has gained experience in civil and criminal litigation and administrative matters in Ontario, Nova Scotia and the U.K. As an associate with the firm, Jacob represents and advises clients in all manner of commercial disputes and competition law matters.

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Canada lags behind European countries in recognizing the Right to be Forgotten

A recent decision by Germany’s Constitutional Court that a convicted murderer has the “Right to be Forgotten” highlights the latest development in EU Privacy Law. It also underlines how far ... [more] Full article

Competition Bureau releases new Abuse of Dominance Enforcement guidelines March 7, 2019

On March 7, the Competition Bureau released its newest set of Abuse of Dominance Enforcement Guidelines. These new guidelines describe the Bureau’s general approach to enforcing the Abuse of Dominance sections of the Competition Act. [more] Full article

Superior Court sentences trader to six months incarceration for trading in Promissory Notes despite securities trading ban

On September 26th, Justice Charney of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice released his sentencing decision. This sentencing followed an appellate decision by Justice Charney from May, 15th, 2018 in which Tiffin was convicted of trading in securities without registration and while prohibited as well as distributing securities without a prospectus. [more] Full article

Ontario’s Top Court considers Anti-SLAPP legislation in a series of cases

The Ontario Court of Appeal recently released a handful of new opinions about the application of Ontario’s Anti-SLAPP legislation. The Protection of Public Participation Act, 2015 came into force in late 2015, but these decisions are the first time that the Court of Appeal has had a chance to address the new laws. [more] Full article