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Game on: E-Sports and Video Game Law Primer

  • March 22, 2021

The e-sports and video game content development sector is booming in Ontario with many individuals and start ups developing content for a wide range of platforms.

Entertainment, Media and Communications Law, Student Forum

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Rent Relief for Small Firms: Help is Available

  • May 07, 2020

Whether you need advice on how to negotiate rent relief with your landlord, or have questions on how to access the government support programs available to small businesses for rent assistance, this program will give you the information you need.  

Aboriginal Law, Administrative Law, Alternative Dispute Resolution and 38 more..., Air and Space Law, Insolvency Law, Business Law, Constitutional, Civil Liberties and Human Rights Law, Charity and Not-For-Profit Law, Civil Litigation, Class Actions, Construction and Infrastructure Law, Canadian Corporate Counsel Association - Ontario Chapter, Criminal Justice, Child and Youth Law, Education Law, Elder Law, Environmental Law, Family Law, Franchise Law, Sole, Small Firm and General Practice, Health Law, Citizenship and Immigration Law, Insurance Law, International Law, Intellectual Prop, Labour and Employment Law, Law Practice Management, Entertainment, Media and Communications Law, Municipal Law, Natural Resources and Energy Law, Pensions and Benefits Law, Privacy Law, Public Sector Lawyers, Real Property Law, Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Law, Student Forum, Taxation Law, Information Technology and Intellectual Property Law, Trusts and Estates Law, Workers' Compensation, Young Lawyers' Division

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Breaking the Internet: Current Issues in Broadcasting Law

  • March 02, 2020

“Breaking the internet” used to refer to literally making the internet unusable. In recent years, it has come to mean dominating the online conversation. When it comes to current issues in broadcasting law, both meanings may apply.

Entertainment, Media and Communications Law, Student Forum

Complimentary Archived Video

Litigating Gender and Gender Identity in the Courts

  • December 04, 2019

This program brings together counsel working on two headline-grabbing cases involving gender and gender identity in the courts.

Constitutional, Civil Liberties and Human Rights Law, Entertainment, Media and Communications Law, Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Law

Complimentary Archived Video

Hold the Phone: Current Issues in Telecommunications Law and Regulation

  • June 17, 2019

The maze of wired and wireless data transmission that connects people and information throughout the world makes Canadian telecommunication law a highly relevant and rapidly evolving area of practice.

Entertainment, Media and Communications Law, Student Forum

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Current Issues in Sports Law

  • April 23, 2019

The OBA’s Entertainment, Media and Communications Law Section has partnered with the Sports Lawyers Association to present a must-attend event on April 23, 2019, for future, emerging and established sports law practitioners.

Entertainment, Media and Communications Law, Student Forum

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SLAPP Law Suits: Practice Essentials

  • March 20, 2019

In 2018, the Court of Appeal for Ontario released six long-awaited decisions interpreting and applying the sections of the Courts of Justice Act commonly referred to as Ontario’s “anti-SLAPP” (Strategic Litigation Against Public Participation) legislation.

Entertainment, Media and Communications Law, Student Forum

Section Materials, Complimentary Archived Video

Addressing Sexual Harassment in the Entertainment Industry

  • June 13, 2018

The New York Times’ October 2017 article, reporting on a myriad of sexual harassment allegations against Harvey Weinstein, initiated a wave of similar allegations throughout the entertainment industry, and beyond.

Labour and Employment Law, Entertainment, Media and Communications Law, Student Forum

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Current Issues in Fashion Law

  • May 08, 2018

Whether you represent fashion labels, retailers and merchandisers, or media companies looking to incorporate fashion brands in their projects, join us for this insightful discussion on current legal issues in fashion law to gather the expertise you need.

Entertainment, Media and Communications Law, Student Forum