Canada’s regulatory landscape is constantly shifting in response to political, economic, social and environmental developments. In turn, businesses face an unprecedented number of evolving requirements across most industry sectors. Dentons’ regulatory lawyers are well-positioned to provide advice on navigating the regulatory regimes most relevant to you.
In this publication, Dentons’ team of leading regulatory lawyers forecasts key trends for 2020. These reflect the digitization of the economy, including the significant role of data, networks and communications infrastructure, as well as unpredictable and disruptive political and economic currents at a global level, which have repercussions for trade and international investment flows affecting Canada. All of these trends are set against a backdrop of growing concerns about climate change, consumer protection and privacy.
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- Public affairs
- Competition/antitrust law
- Energy regulatory
- Environmental and climate change law
- Privacy and data protection
- Cannabis regulatory
- Electronic communications regulatory
- Economic sanctions
- Foreign investment review and national security