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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. Avoid a Claim 2. Administrative Law Matters 3. Civil Resolution Tribunal blog 4. FamilyLLB 5. Condo Adviser

Avoid a Claim
Video Conferencing Checklist

There are a lot of things lawyers need to keep track of when providing legal services by video conference. This Video Conferencing Checklist (Word doc) will help you consider the steps you need to take before, during, and after a video conference meeting with a client.

Administrative Law Matters
Administrative Law & Governance Colloquium 2020: Alison Young, “Dialogue”, Monday, March 30, 12pm EST — Webcast

Delena Hills (web) is a speech-language pathologist working with BC’s Asante Centre. Delena works with a range of clients who have neurodevelopmental issues, including fetal alcohol spectrum disorder, or FASD. In this conversation, Delena provides a broad overview of the causes of FASD, and tour through the areas of the brain that can be impacted by it. She also gives us a high-level overview of the criteria the Asante Centre uses to diagnose FASD. …

Civil Resolution Tribunal blog
Introducing the CRT’s 2020 Summer Student

The CRT is very excited to welcome Kaitlyn Hait. Kaitlyn will be working with the CRT as a summer student from May to August 2020. …

FamilyLLB
A Roadmap to Recovery, Pivoting our Justice System to Paperless

It’s far too early to tell what the short-term future holds for us, after the COVID-19 pandemic is over. Clearly, the world as we know it will be different. In some ways, it will be better. In some ways it will be worse (though we hope only temporarily). …

Condo Adviser
Ontario Closing all Non-Essential Services – What Does that Mean for Condos?

This is an appeal from two class action lawsuits seeking damages for breach of Charter rights of former and current federal inmates who were subjected to administrative segregation, i.e. solitary confinement. A motion judge granted summary judgment in favour of the plaintiffs in both cases and awarded $20 million aggregate damages for each class. In Reddock, the $20 million …

 

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