Canada-U.S. Blog Trade Lawyers Cyndee Todgham Cherniak and Susan K. Ross

Monthly Archives: March 2019

CA IoT Law: Devices at Risk?

Posted in Cybersecurity and Privacy, Intellectual Property, Trade Agreeements

In the last week, both the Dept. of Homeland Security and the Food and Drug Administration have issued a consumer alert about the potential hacking risk regarding cardiac devices, specifically because those devices have no encryption on their software. The devices in question are implantable cardiac devices, clinic programmers and home monitors which are used… Continue Reading

Whither Goeth Government Contracting?

Posted in Aerospace & Defence, Border Security, Corporate Counsel, Criminal Law, Cross-border deals, Cross-border trade, Export Controls & Economic Sanctions, Government Procurement, Legal Developments

Originally published by the Journal of Commerce in March 2019 On the trade with China front this week, the news is Huawei Technologies Co, of China sued the U.S. government regarding provisions in the John S. McCain National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2019 (“NDAA”).  The timing of the lawsuit is drawing interest as… Continue Reading