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About Simon Chester

Simon Chester is Counsel, Conflicts and Regulatory Matters at Gowlings in Toronto. His career spans law teaching, a decade in government, and thirty years on Bay Street. His involvement with legal information goes back to the Seventies when he taught legal research at Osgoode Hall and served on CLIC's board - that was the Canadian Law Information Council. He writes widely on legal, technology, ethical and professional issues.

Posts by Simon Chester

Bob Wilkins

What Is Hadopi? and Why Does It Matter?

CanLII Needs Our Feedback

Crime and Cultural Property

The Case That Keeps on Giving

SCC Confirms That ISPs Are Not Broadcasters

The Courts and Social Media

It All Links, You Know

AG on Blogging, New Media and Contempt

Major Case on Summary Judgments in Ontario

Google’s Most Complex Doodle Ever