In the corporate world of Ontario, people may unknowingly become involved in operations or circumstances that turn out to be unlawful. However, if this happened to you, it might be challenging to get out of it without legal implications. This could involve something as simple as shoplifting or complicated involvement in an internet scam or sophisticated financial fraud. These schemes could include operations such as shell corporations and fund transfers to offshore accounts.
Your drive to work is pleasant and uneventful, and you are actually looking forward to a productive day at work. But you're no sooner in the door when your manager calls you into the office and asks you to sit down. He tells you very bluntly and without warning that you no longer have a job.
A copyright ruling that likely has entertainment industry producers doing a happy dance is probably having the opposite effect on Internet subscribers who have a penchant for downloading pirated material. Holders of copyrighted material like film studios have been using court orders to get the names from Internet service providers of those who download pirated material such as movies. Providers have been charging copyright holders to track down the constantly changing IP addresses of those suspected of such copyright infringement.
Picture this scenario: You're a hard-working person. You make good choices in life and you have plenty to show for your prudence and diligence: a good home, a family and a career. Life is going great. Until suddenly, it isn't. You've been in a car accident.