Tag: Privacy

Alexi Wood Interviewed by Global News Regarding Legal Advances in Privacy and Technology

Alexi Wood was pleased to be interviewed by Global News for a segment on legal advances in privacy and technology. Wood spoke about the ever-changing landscape in the area of privacy torts, and advised that “Courts are pretty slow to catch up with technology, so it takes a while for some of the technological issues […]
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Alexi Wood and Jennifer Saville Discuss Litigating in the #metoo Movement at U of T Law

Alexi Wood and Jennifer Saville were pleased to be asked to speak at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law’s Emerging Issues Workshop. Wood and Saville led a discussion on the impact of the #MeToo movement on litigation relating to sexual harassment. The discussion focused on the challenges faced in bringing sexual harassment claims, both […]
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Alexi Wood Pleased to Once Again Teach Advance Torts at the University of Toronto

Alexi Wood is pleased to once again be teaching Advanced Torts at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law.¬†This seminar course allows students to engage in a detailed analysis of tort law. The course reviews the basic principles of tort law, with each seminar exploring new, emerging, and undecided areas of law. This year’s course […]
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