Deeth Williams Wall partner Richard Austin discusses the privacy implications for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex with their impending move to Canada in The Times of London.
The article "What would life be like in Canada..." can be found here:
Deeth Williams Wall is proud to announce that Amy-Lynne Williams has been recognized as a Leading Individual in Technology Law by the Legal 500 Canada 2020. Legal 500 Canada’s Leading Individuals are recognized as pre-eminent lawyers in their respective field.
Deeth Williams Wall is proud to announce that it has been included in Chambers and Partners Canada Guide 2020 as a leading Canadian law firm in the practice areas of Information Technology (Band 3) and Intellectual Property (Band 4).
Deeth Williams Wall associate Hashim Ghazi discusses key recommendations of two recent House of Commons reports concerning changes to the Canadian Copyright Act in Canadian Lawyer magazine.
The article "Copyright Law: Set for an Overhaul?" can be found here:
Deeth Williams Wall LLP and six members of the firm have been recognized in the 2019 Who’s Who Legal Awards. Who’s Who Legal identifies and presents awards to the foremost legal practitioners and law firms in over 70 jurisdictions.
Deeth Williams Wall LLP congratulates associate Jennifer Davidson on being elected to Vice Chair of the Ontario Bar Association’s Information Technology and Intellectual Property Law Section for the 2019/2020 term.
Deeth Williams Wall LLP partner Richard Austin joined a collaborative, multi-disciplinary, international group of 54 technology law and industry professionals to develop the first edition of Responsible AI: A Global Polic