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Halsbury's Laws of Canada – Communications (2019)

Co-author: Sunny Handa

Halsbury’s Laws of Canada – 2019 Reissue sets out the law regulating telecommunications, broadcasting and radiocommunications in Canada, as governed by statutes such as the Telecommunications Act, the Broadcasting Act and the Radiocommunication Act. Drawing on the expertise of several of Canada’s leading practitioners and authorities, this is an ideal reference for practitioners, jurists and academics who are not specialists in this area but require a straightforward and comprehensive understanding of this increasingly important field.


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Halsbury's Laws of Canada – Taxation (General)/Technology and Internet (2016 Reissue)
Co-author: Sunny Handa


Taxation provides a clear overview of the intricate web of taxation statutes and tax laws in Canada while Technology and Internet identifies and explains the facets of the Canadian legal system which have been affected by computers, the internet and other information technology.
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Halsbury’s Laws of Canada: Communications (2014)
Co-author: Sunny Handa


Halsbury’s Laws of Canada – 2014 Reissue sets out the law regulating telecommunications, broadcasting and radio-communications in Canada, as governed by statutes such as the Telecommunications Act, the Broadcasting Act and the Radiocommunication Act. Drawing on the expertise of several of Canada’s leading practitioners and authorities, this is an ideal reference for practitioners, jurists and academics who are not specialists in this area but require a straightforward and comprehensive understanding of this increasingly important field.
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Halsbury's Laws of Canada: Volume on Taxation (General) and Technology and Internet, First Edition (July 2012)
Co-author: Sunny Handa


As pervasive as the internet and other information technology has become in everyday life, so too has it changed the law in a plethora of different fields – from e-commerce and intellectual property issues to civil and criminal wrongdoing. Computers have also revolutionized the judicial process, through such means as electronic discovery and electronic filing.
Halsbury’s Technology and Internet concisely identifies and explains the many facets of the Canadian legal system that have been affected by computers, the Internet and other information technology.

Legal Protection of Software
Legal Protection of Software: Patents and Trade-Marks (2012)
Christopher C. Van Barr and Sunny Handa
General Editor and Series Creator: Sunny Handa


Patents and trade-marks, as they relate to software, constitute an increasingly important area of law, a topic of considerable breadth and complexity. It is for this reason that this book is the first in a two-volume set. The second volume will deal with copyright, trade secrets and semi-conductor chip protection law.

In this volume, authors Christopher C. Van Barr and Sunny Handa take you through a unique synthesis of patents and trade-mark law, exploring the myriad of issues involved in patenting or trade-marking software, both in Canada and internationally, providing a thorough analysis of the statutory framework, case law, and application of international conventions and treaties.

Technology Law Series
Technology Law Series: Electronic Evidence and E-Discovery (2010)
General Editor and Series Creator: Sunny Handa


Virtually every legal case today, from small claims to class actions, involves electronic information. In its variety of forms—emails, word-processing documents, spreadsheets and databases, metadata, and digital photographs—electronic evidence presents novel issues that play a major role in the outcome of litigation.

David Wotherspoon and Alex Cameron take you through the rules related to the gathering, retention and disclosure of electronic information and how to effectively use it or challenge it in court. This book is an essential resource for anyone who participates in civil litigation or electronic information management.

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Halsbury's Laws of Canada: Communications (2010)
Co-author: Sunny Handa


Halsbury’s Laws of Canada – 2010 Reissue sets out the law regulating telecommunications, broadcasting and radio-communications in Canada, as governed by statutes such as the Telecommunications Act, the Broadcasting Act and the Radiocommunication Act. Drawing on the expertise of several of Canada’s leading practitioners and authorities, this is an ideal reference for practitioners, jurists and academics who are not specialists in this area but require a straightforward and comprehensive understanding of this increasingly important field.

E-mail Law
E-mail Law (2008)
General Editor and Series Creator: Sunny Handa


E-mail has become a ubiquitous feature of almost every commercial enterprise. Many companies struggle to balance the convenience that e-mail can bring to communication against the risk of losing control of confidential information, growing privacy concerns and coping with the massive volume of information that must be retained in case of future litigation.

E-mail Law by Charles Morgan and Julien Saulgrain is a compact, authoritative national Canadian overview of the major legal ramifications of the commercial use of e-mail. This comprehensive handbook provides guidance on e-contracts, spam, monitoring of email in an employment context and lawful access requests, document retention and the use of e-mail in evidence. Designed for legal counsel, human resource professionals and business leaders, E-mail Law draws on Canadian and U.S. precedent, legislation, policy documents and years of practical experience in the field.

E-Commerce Legislation Canada
E-Commerce Legislation and Materials in Canada (2008)
Co-author: Sunny Handa


This exceptional resource brings together, in both official languages, legislation, model laws, policies, guidelines and summaries of leading cases relevant to e-commerce law in Canada. The book also contains expert commentary from top lawyers in the field and a Table of Concordance of the e-commerce legislation of all jurisdictions.

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Halsbury's Laws of Canada: Communications (2007)
Co-author: Sunny Handa


Halsbury’s Communications title sets out the law regulating telecommunications, broadcasting and radio-communications in Canada, as governed by statutes such as the Telecommunications Act, the Broadcasting Act and the Radiocommunication Act. Drawing on the expertise of several of Canada’s leading practitioners and authorities, this is an ideal reference for practitioners, jurists and academics who are not specialists in this area, but require a straightforward and comprehensive understanding of this increasingly important field.

Canadian Forms and Precendents: Canadian IP
Canadian Forms & Precedents: Commercial Transactions – Intellectual Property
LexisNexis Canada Inc., Toronto, Canada (2007)
Co-author: Sunny Handa


This comprehensive set of intellectual property forms and precedents provide extensive coverage of copyright, industrial design, trade-marks, patents and private-sector privacy that is unmatched by any other publication. Including over 100 forms and precedents, the material has been compiled by an expert team of practitioners. This volume covers the following topics:

Privacy – Commentary on federal, provincial and territorial laws, discussion on key Canadian privacy principles, guidance on creating practical privacy policies and a typical privacy compliance project, useful checklists, sample non-disclosure agreements, purchase and sale agreements, sample privacy clauses in purchase and sale agreements, and sample privacy policies.

Patents – Canadian patents law and practice with commentary, a plethora of checklists for numerous patent applications, petitions, disclaimers, requests, amendments, declarations and more. Also includes over 40 patent forms and precedents, including sample statements of claim, defence, counterclaim, sample petitions for grant of patent, sample applications, assignments of patents, plant breeders rights infringement actions, and sample employee agreements.

Copyright – Includes several checklists on such topics as creation, application for registration, and assignment of copyright, as well as sample applications for registration of copyright, sample statement of claims, waivers and publishing agreements, and commentary.

Industrial Design – Application, registration, assignment and licence of design, assignment of unregistered designs, and industrial design infringement actions featuring commentary, checklists, and forms and precedents.

Trade-Marks – Extensive commentary on trade-mark infringement and passing off actions with over 20 forms and precedents on such topics as applications for registration, declarations of use, assignments of Canadian trade-marks, and more. Also included is a selection of intellectual property litigation forms.

Consumer Protection Online
Consumer Protection Online (2006)
General Editor and Series Creator: Sunny Handa


The Internet has ushered in a new era of unprecedented change in consumerism. As a result, online contracts, privacy and the security of consumer information are among some of the most pressing online legal issues today.

Michael Deturbide discusses the electronic contract (the formation of online agreements and the jurisdiction of consumer contracts), the legislative protections in Canada (Internet Sales Contract Harmonization Template, Internet-specific legislation and general consumer protection legislation), and privacy and security of consumer protection, as well as a number of other key issues facing consumers in the online environment.

 

Web Law
Web Law: Agreements, Guidelines and Use Policies (2005)
General Editor and Series Creator: Sunny Handa


Websites, intranet sites and e-mail have become essential for workplace activity. Yet, despite their value, both Internet and intranet sites leave an organization vulnerable to serious legal risks. This book, the third volume of the Information Technology Law Series, gives the reader the tools required to establish and enforce clear policies for setting up websites, intranet sites and other information technology processes.

E-Commerce Legislation Canada
E-Commerce Legislation and Materials in Canada (2005)
Co-author: Sunny Handa


This exceptional and unique consolidation brings together, in both official languages, legislative material, model laws, policy documents and guidelines, relevant to e-commerce law in Canada, as well as expert commentary from top lawyers in the field.

Video Game Law
Video Game Law (2005)
General Editor and Series Creator: Sunny Handa


Video games, the precocious offspring of the Information Age, are also the source of some of the most fascinating and challenging questions in law. In Video Game Law, Jon Festinger reveals how this burgeoning industry is creating more than games: it is posing fresh and challenging questions for legal systems throughout the world. This volume of the Information Technology Law series gives the reader a comprehensive, clear and well-documented introduction to the theories and practices now developing in this rapidly expanding legal territory.

Fundamentals of Information Technology
Fundamentals of Information Technology (2004)
Author: Sunny Handa


Fundamentals of Information Technology deciphers the workings of modern technology. This book combines technical know-how with clear, simple language to explain what IT is, how it works and what it's used for. Discussion begins with the basic concepts of light and electricity and builds up to the functioning of computers, the Internet, and ultimately cryptography and e-commerce. Case-law references are included throughout, with legal definitions of technical concepts and devices. The book also contains a glossary of acronyms.

E-Commerce Legislation Canada
E-Commerce Legislation and Materials in Canada (2002)
Co-author: Sunny Handa


This new one-volume consolidation brings together all federal and provincial e-commerce legislation in Canada, plus many key policy and guideline documents and model laws relevant to e-commerce in Canada. The Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick and federal legislation is reproduced in both English and French as are the majority of the policy guidelines and model laws. The common thread of the legislation and policy is to provide certainty in the marketplace and to spur on the growth of e-commerce by addressing such issues as trade-mark and domain name disputes, data protection, online advertising, Internet sales contract harmonization, and electronic contracts and signatures.

Copyright Law Canada
Copyright Law in Canada (2002)
Author: Sunny Handa


Written by an experienced and well-known copyright practitioner and legal academic, Copyright Law in Canada covers a broad range of copyright principles and doctrine. From jurisdictional issues to industrial design, this expansive work serves as an excellent road map for navigating the law both in a Canadian and a comparative law context.

Communications Law Canada
Communications Law in Canada (2000)
Co-author: Sunny Handa


Technological advancements in the last decade have placed enormous pressures on regulatory agencies and policy makers in the area of communications law. Written by leading Canadian experts, this loose-leaf service currently serves as the most comprehensive Canadian reference text in the field. It provides a detailed treatment of telecommunications, broadcasting, Internet law and competition law as applied to the communications law field. It also explores how the dramatic evolution of convergence technologies in the context of an extremely competitive business environment has forced a re-evaluation of the regulation of communications.

Venturing Offshore
Venturing Offshore (2000)
Co-author: Sunny Handa


Written by a team of authors versed in law, taxation and commerce, Venturing Offshore explains offshore financial structures, demystifies Canadian taxation rules, profiles a number of typical offshore investors, alerts you to potential scams, and rates 29 countries—in detail—on the dimensions most important to investors in choosing offshore destinations.

Cyberlaw
Cyberlaw: A Guide for South Africans Doing Business Online (1999)
Co-author: Sunny Handa


Cyberlaw is a South African edition of a book written for the North American market where Internet business is most developed. The South African edition will help South African readers examine the legal framework they need to build in order to make Internet commerce work for South Africa.

Cyber Law
Cyberlaw: What You Need to Know About Doing Business Online (1997)
Co-author: Sunny Handa


Taking a comparative law approach with extensive treatment of the American legal and online business frameworks, Cyberlaw covers all areas affected by this digital revolution. From an explanation of how businesses get into and navigate throughout the networks and software of cyberspace, to such hot legal issues as electronic privacy and security, Cyberlaw has been written for today's professionals.

Getting Canada Online
Getting Canada Online: Understanding the Information Highway (1995)
Co-author: Sunny Handa


Getting Canada Online gives the reader a deeper understanding of the information highway in its Canadian context and sketches its legal, socioeconomic and cultural implications. In a direct and engaging style, the authors answer such questions as: What is the information highway and how do we get on it? Where does the I-way run? How does this information revolution fit into our lives? How do we address privacy, security, censorship and intellectual property rights? How will the I-way affect Canadian business, employment, education and health care?