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Survey of Law Library Plans for the Print Materials Collection

Library Boy

Primary Research Group, a New York-based publisher of research reports and surveys about libraries, has published the Survey of Law Library Plans for the Print Materials Collection, 2022 Edition ($155.00 US):"This study presents data from 28 major law libraries about their plans for their print materials collection.  Data is broken out separately for university, small law firm, large law firm, g... more »

B.C. Case Comment: Person Occupying Estate Property May be Required to Pay Occupational Rent

BC Estate Litigation Blog

I am often asked by clients (whether they are the executor of an estate or a beneficiary) whether a person occupying real property which was owned by the deceased and has become an estate asset must pay rent for staying in that property. Where an estate holds real property, there will usually be a p... more »

Statement from the Chief Justice of Ontario and the Associate Chief Justice of Ontario Regarding Submissions from Counsel

AvoidAClaim: Claims Prevention & Practice Management for Lawyers

The Court of Appeal has a rich tradition of welcoming submissions from counsel at all stages of their career. Opportunities to address the Court are essential to the development and the retention of junior and intermediate litigation counsel. While the ultimate decision of who speaks on behalf of th... more »

Vincent GAUTRAIS, « «Made in Canada» : Distinctions culturelles de la protection des renseignements personnels canadienne», (2021) 33-3 Les cahiers de propriété intellectuelle 1365-1410.

Vincent Gautrais

RÉSUMÉ La protection de la vie privée est assujettie à des valeurs, des institutions, des lois, qui sont intimement liées aux spécificités culturelles propres à chacune des juridictions. Or, face à la globalisation de ce domaine à la mode, des comparaisons fréquentes sont faites entre le... more »

BOOM CHAKALAKA: Ignoring COVID Orders in BC can cost you your liquor licence

Alcohol and Advocacy

Recent decisions published by the Supreme Court of British Columbia and the Liquor & Cannabis Regulation Branch indicate that across British Columbia liquor inspectors and environmental health officers (“EHOs“) have been busy monitoring food and beverage establishments for compliance with CO... 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 »