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  • Whither Legal Apps?

    The first conference I attended in 2020 was the Innovations in Technology Conference hosted by the Legal Services Corporation in Portland, Oregon, last month. Initially I thought that having a conference in January was highly eccentric, then I booked my hotel room and saw the rates for staying in Po … Read more »

  • Welcome to 2020: A Federal and Ontario Employment and Labour Law Summary

    We are almost at the end of the second month of 2020 and have compiled for you a number of upcoming employment and labour law changes and key compliance issues that federally regulated and Ontario employers need to consider in their HR and payroll practices. Federally Regulated workplaces Federally … Read more »

  • Thursday Thinkpiece: Bankruptcy Law Picture Book

    Periodically on Thursdays, we present a significant excerpt, usually from a recently published book or journal article. In every case the proper permissions have been obtained. If you are a publisher who would like to participate in this feature, please let us know via the site’s contact form. Bankr … Read more »

  • Who Owns Your Data? Is That Even the Right Question?

    Who owns your data is actually the wrong question to ask. The better question is what are others able to do with information about you? You may have heard the saying “data is the new oil”. Various kinds of data can indeed be valuable and useful. Where that goes off the rails is when that data is abo … Read more »

  • Three New Law School Concepts

    It is possible that traditional law schools will reinvent themselves structurally from the ground up and become exemplars of innovative 21st-century lawyer formation. It is also possible that I will play Polonius, the irritating giver of unwanted advice, in the Royal Shakespeare Company’s next produ … Read more »