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Can Online Learning Assist a Parent’s Unilateral Decision to Change School Districts?

FamilyLLB

Can Online Learning Assist a Parent’s Unilateral Decision to Change School Districts? The ongoing pandemic has altered the way many people work and learn. In Canada we have seen a major shift to online learning in the educational realm due to the potential for infection. The Courts have continued to abide by the best interests […] The post Can Online Learning Assist a Parent’s Unilateral... more »

When it happens, will you be ready? How to excel in handling your next cyber incident

All About Information

I like speaking about incident response because there are so many important practical points to convey. Every so often I re-consolidate my thinking on the topic and do up a new slide deck. Here is one such deck from this week’s presentation at Canadian Society of Association Executives Winter... more »

What I’m Reading: Interesting Estate Litigation Articles for February 2021

BC Estate Litigation Blog

The following is a roundup of noteworthy articles published this month on estate litigation and related issues: Stan Rule at Sabey Rule discusses the use of multiple wills in British Columbia to minimize probate fees, and identifies potential pitfalls to avoid:  http://rulelaw.blogspot.com/2021/02/... more »

What’s in a Name? Everything – Follow Court Naming Protocols To Make Sure You Can E-File Documents

AvoidAClaim: Claims Prevention & Practice Management for Lawyers

As Ontario Courts increasingly move towards accepting electronic filing, litigants will need to follow the prescribed document naming protocols. While you or your firm may have internal naming protocols, to file, you will need to submit using the Court’s requirements. Note that the Court may rejec... more »

An Important Number You’ve Likely Heard About: Recent Social Cost of Carbon Developments in the United States and Canada

By: David V Wright  PDF Version: An Important Number You’ve Likely Heard About: Recent Social Cost of Carbon Developments in the United States and Canada Matter Commented On: Biden Administration Executive Order 13990, “Protecting Public Health and the Environment and … Continue reading &... more »

10 Ways Canada’s Consumer Privacy Protection Act Will Impact Privacy Practices

Canadian Privacy Law Blog

We just posted this on the McInnes Cooper client information site: 10 Ways Canada’s Consumer Privacy Protection Act Will Impact Privacy Practices November 19, 2020 By Sarah Anderson Dykema, CIPP/C, Lawyer at McInnes Cooper, David Fraser, Privacy Lawyer | Partner at McInnes Cooper On November 1... more »