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CPC Legal Management
The function of CPC Legal Management refers to the administration of legal instruments (e.g. agreements, licenses), the provision of legal advisory services, dispute resolution services, rights management services, information access and privacy services, and assessing the legal implications of issues or initiatives.
These files refer to the administration of legal instruments (agreements, licenses, and contracts), the provision of legal advisory services, dispute resolution services, rights management services, information access and privacy services, and assessing the legal implications of issues or initiatives. Records may relate to agreement administration (supplier, employment, corporate development, real property, service level, ad hoc), legal advisory (opinions, discussions), dispute resolution and litigation, licensing, rights management, regulation drafting, and ministerial orders. Files may also include negotiation of terms and conditions, the finalization of contracts, agreements, memoranda of understanding, settlements and contractual relationships with suppliers, employment contracts (employee, executive), transfer of real property, provision of services according to the terms of the agreement, general contractual relationships with third parties, non-contractual rights (creation, transfer, assignment), regulations, and ministerial orders to CPC.
Agreement administration, supplier agreements, employment contracts, corporate development, real property agreements, legal advice, legal opinions, legal discussions, dispute decision, litigation, licensing, rights management, copyright, trademarks, patents, registration of intellectual property, regulation drafting, ministerial orders, terms and conditions, contracts, agreements, memoranda of understanding, settlements, contractual relationships, merges, acquisitions, real property, general contractual relationships, trials, hearings, threatened litigations, cancellation of licenses, non-contractual rights.
CPC LG 8
This bank contains information relating to potential and actual claims by or against Canada Post, contracts and agreements, arbitrations, memoranda, opinions and advice and other legal matters involving Canada Post. Note that copies of opinions and other legal documents provided to internal Canada Post stakeholders may also be stored in other CPC personal information banks.
Class of individuals:
Current or former employees, contractors and other individuals involved in legal matters and claims by or against Canada Post.
The purpose of this bank is to provide a record of legal opinions and advice to, as well as representation on behalf of, Canada Post.
The records are used to provide legal opinions and advice to Canada Post and to represent Canada Post and protect its interests. These records may be provided to legal counsel for use in legal proceedings involving Canada Post.
Retention and disposal standards:
Records are retained for ten years after the year of termination of the contract or disposal of the property and then securely destroyed. Claims by or against Canada Post, labour arbitrations and related legal matters are retained for twenty-one years after the year of settlement. Memoranda (citing authority), opinions and advice are retained 100 years after case closed and then securely destroyed.
Related records number:
CPC LG 8
CPC PPU 110