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Quebec court ruling on satellite TV theft was “unsound,” says lawyer McKenzie

News | 11/08/2004 5:00 am EST

A lawyer actively involved in fighting the grey and black satellite TV signal market in the courts says the judge in a recent Quebec court ruling "seems to be confused." Bill McKenzie, a senior partner with Crawford, McKenzie, McLean, Wilford, Anderson & Duncan LLP, goes as far as to state that the ruling misleads Canadians. He also hopes that the Crown will appeal the decision that found that two sections of the Radiocommunication Act are unconstitutional, but that also suspended the ruling for a year so Parliament has time to complete its examination of the delivery of more ethnic channels in Canada (CCR Update, Oct. 29/04).

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