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Reflections on Technology Changes in Real Estate Practice


This article is by Maurizio Romanin, President & CEO, LawyerDoneDeal Corp. & Nora Rock, Corporate Writer & Policy Analyst, LawPRO. Facilitating transfers of real estate has been the bread-and-butter of thousands of Ontario lawyers for generations. Despite occasional market wobbles, real estate business has helped firms to flourish in communities of all sizes, often supporting the deli... more »

Evidence from the Internet – Is It Good Enough for Court?

FamilyLLB – Ontario Divorce & Family Law Blog

Evidence from the Internet – Is It Good Enough for Court? In a case I reported on recently called Caine v. Ferguson the father claimed that his income was too low for him to pay child support for his daughter. The court considered evidence designed to refute his claim, put forth by the opposing s... more »

Why Copyright Law Poses a Barrier to Canada’s Artificial Intelligence Ambitions

Michael Geist

The federal government placed a big bet in this year’s budget on Canada becoming a world leader in artificial intelligence (AI), investing millions of dollars on a national strategy to support research and commercialization. The hope is that by attracting high-profile talent and significant corpor... more »

$100,000 Non-Pecuniary Assessment for Breast Pain and Chronic Neck Pain

BC Injury Law And ICBC Claims Blog

Reasons for judgement were released today by the BC Supreme Court, Vancouver Registry, assessing damages for chronic soft tissue injuries following a collision. In today’s case (Kingston v. Warden) the Plaintiff was involved in a 2013 collision caused by the Defendant.  The crash resulted in... more »

Jurors in Motor Vehicle Accident Trials: Should All Insured Drivers Be Excluded?

Van Dyke Law

In civil trials by jury, the juror selection process aims to weed out and exclude anyone who might be not be impartial as between the two sides of the dispute. Potential jurors can be excluded if they have a conflict of interest that is likely to affect their impartiality. In the case of a driver [&... more »