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Monday’s Mix

Each Monday we present brief excerpts of recent posts from five of Canada’s award­-winning legal blogs chosen at random* from more than 80 recent Clawbie winners. In this way we hope to promote their work, with their permission, to as wide an audience as possible.

This week the randomly selected blogs are 1. Vancouver Immigration Law Blog 2. DroitDu.Net OK 3. Official Clio Blog  4. Eloise Gratton  5. Civil Resolution Tribunal blog

Vancouver Immigration Law Blog
Fettering Discretion and Standard of Review – Boswell J. sets out a Useful Summary in Alagaratnam

Readers of this blog know that one of the concepts that I am very fascinated/still struggle with the idea of fettering discretion. For whatever reason, my 2015 post where I tried to harness my inner Paul Daly and assess it, is a top Google search for the definition [use with caution/take it for what it’s worth]. …

DroitDu.Net OK
Loi + vie privée dans 10, 20, 30 ans: une conférence qui met en avant les différences culturelles Canada / Europe

La Chaire L. R. Wilson organise une série de conférences qui ont pour but de mener une réflexion sur l’état actuel des lois du numérique et de se questionner sur une éventuelle évolution de ces lois. La première conférence a eu lieu ce 5 novembre 2018 et abordait plus spécifiquement les lois de protection de la vie privée et des renseignements personnels et l’impact de la prolifération des nouvelles technologies sur celles-ci. …

Official Clio Blog
5 Big Ideas to Differentiate Your Law Firm, Straight From the Experts

Some of the brightest and most talented minds in the legal tech industry converged for this year’s Clio Cloud Conference, providing actionable advice on how you (and other attorneys and legal professionals) can build a better law firm. From an unconventional call to be more curious about the ways data can improve your firm, to advice on how to run a client-centered practice, these are the top learnings that legal professionals can start to implement now. …

Eloise Gratton
Max Jarvie joins the BLG Privacy and Data Protection Group

BLG is very proud to welcome Max Jarvie in the Privacy and Data Protection Group. He will be advising and assisting clients on a wide range of issues, including privacy and anti-spam, distributed ledger technology (blockchain), information security, licensing and consumer protection matters. …

Civil Resolution Tribunal blog
Expert Evidence and Expenses in MVA Personal Injury Disputes

By Lauryn Kerr, CRT Legal Counsel On April 1, 2019 the CRT will have expanded jurisdiction over certain motor vehicle accident claims. We wrote about this in our blog post last week. The CRT currently has jurisdiction over small claims and strata disputes. The changes to our legislation will expand the CRT’s scope to include…

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