Tag Archives: Associations

Let Reason Dictate in Restrictions of Commercial Activity by Community Associations Against Residents

Many associations’ governing documents include clauses that prohibit commercial business activities from being conducted in a resident’s unit.  Some include a blanket stipulation banning commercial activity altogether, while others make a distinction between permissible and impermissible activities.  While it makes … Continue reading

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Trade Associations publish voluntary guidelines and encourage market behaviours under PSD2

On 4 May 2018, UK Finance, the Financial Data and Technology Association, the Electronic Money Association and techUk have jointly published voluntary guidelines to increase customer protection around the practice widely termed as ‘screen scraping’, which is used in the … Continue reading

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ABA Resolution 302: What the American Bar Association’s Position on Harassment Means to Employers

On February 5, 2018, the American Bar Association (ABA) adopted Resolution 302, which “urges all employers, and specifically all employers in the legal profession, to adopt and enforce policies and procedures that prohibit, prevent, and promptly redress harassment and retaliation … Continue reading

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Risk Management for Bar Associations: ABA Bar Leadership Institute 2018

I’m looking forward to presenting in Chicago at the American Bar Association Bar Leadership Institute (BLI) again this year on the topic of risk management. The BLI, which takes place March 14-16 is the ABA’s premier bar leadership program. The … Continue reading

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Canadian Federation of Library Associations Statements on Copyright

The Canadian Federation of Library Associations has released three new statements relating to copyright policy:Fair Dealing: "Fair dealing is an important and vital user right that empowers library users to learn and explore new opportunities for personal fulfillment and intellectual … Continue reading

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