Amelia Manera is a JD candidate at Osgoode Hall Law School. Toronto’s Caribana festival, currently operated by the Festival Management Committee (FMC), has been ordered to give the festival a different name as part of the Ontario Superior Court ruling that the Caribana Arts Group (CAG), the founder and original operator of the festival, owns […]
Brent Randall is a JD candidate at the University of Ottawa. On May 24, 2011, in Missouri, US District Court Judge Catherine D. Perry denied an injunction requested by tattoo artist S. Victor Whitmill against Warner Bros. to prevent the release of the upcoming comedy film “The Hangover: Part II” on May 26. Mr. Whitmill […]
Kalen Lumsden is a JD candidate at Osgoode Hall Law School. According to a report released last week by Sandvine, 29.7% of all downstream internet traffic during peak hours in North America is from the online video streaming service Netflix. Old-fashioned web browsing accounted for only 17% of traffic due to the high bandwidth requirements […]
Taylor Vanderhelm is a JD candidate at the University of Alberta. Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg stepped down in March 2011 from his position as German defence minister following revelations that he had plagiarized much of his 2006 doctoral thesis.