First-ever comprehensive Canadian guide on e-mail law released
October 24, 2008
Charles S. Morgan
Montréal, October 24, 2008 — The first-ever comprehensive Canadian guide on the subject of e-mail law has just been released. Authored by leading technology lawyers Charles Morgan and Julien Saulgrain of McCarthy Tétrault, E-mail Law provides a comprehensive overview of the major legal ramifications related to e-mail, the world’s most-used technological application. It includes systematic analyses of current and upcoming trends, cutting-edge information on e-contracts, spam, e-mail monitoring, document retention, and e-mail as evidence.
Designed for legal counsel, human resource professionals and business leaders, E-mail Law draws upon Canadian and US precedents, legislation, policy documents and years of practical experience in the field.
"Charles’s and Julien’s book exemplifies the drive, innovation and teamwork our clients have come to expect," says Marc-André Blanchard, McCarthy Tétrault Managing Partner for the Québec Region. "They’ve managed to create a unique legal reference tool that is accessible to a wide audience."
Published by LexisNexis, E-mail Law can be purchased by visiting LexisNexis’s bookstore or calling 1-800-668-6481.
About Charles S. Morgan
Charles Morgan, M.A., LL.B., B.C.L., is a partner in the technology law section of McCarthy Tétrault’s Business Law Group, where he focuses on the areas of tech M&A, outsourcing, licensing, e-commerce, data protection and telecommunications. Mr. Morgan has considerable international experience, particularly in the realm of telecommunications. Mr. Morgan is rated in the 2008 Lexpert Directory as a leading computer and IT lawyer. He is on the Board of Directors of the International Technology Law Association. Mr. Morgan has written a number of published works, including co-authoring Cyberlaw: What You Need to Know about Doing Business Online (Stoddart, 1997), Communications Law in Canada (LexisNexis Canada, 2000), and Halsbury’s® Laws of Canada – Communications (LexisNexis Canada, 2007).
About Julien Saulgrain
Julien Saulgrain, LL.L., LL.M., D.E.S.S., is a senior associate in the technology law section of McCarthy Tétrault’s Business Law Group. Qualified to practise both in Québec and in France, Mr. Saulgrain specializes in tech M&A, technology, privacy, consumer protection and distribution, and provides commercial, corporate and regulatory advice particularly to IT, pharmaceutical, biotechnology and other technology-oriented companies. He has extensive experience in negotiating technology-oriented cross-border transactions.
About McCarthy Tétrault
McCarthy Tétrault is a full-service law firm with practices in major financial centres across Canada and in London, UK. The firm regularly advises on the largest and most complex transactions and cases involving Canadian and foreign interests.
Built on a unique model of collaboration, the firm brings its legal talent, industry knowledge and practice experience, wherever needed, to help clients achieve the results that are important to them.
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