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About John Gregory

John D. Gregory is an Ontario lawyer called in 1977, with a special interest in what happens to the law when you take the paper away. He retired in mid-2016 from his position in civil justice law reform at the Ministry of the Attorney General, but his Slawian opinions are not and never were necessarily those of the Ministry.

Posts by John Gregory

Apostille Convention Now in Force

Digital Economy Partnership Agreement

Smart Contracts at the World Bank

Ten Years of Technology Columns

Incentives for Internet Security

Digital Assets Revisited

Electronic Wills Even Further Updated

Free Speech and Public Officials’ Social Media

Prescribing Technology by Law

Responsible AI: A Review

Blockchain Legislation – Too Soon?

No Bitcoin Fund in Ontario, Says OSC

Electronic Signatures Revisited (But Why?)

Still More on Electronic Wills

Do We Need Right-to-Repair Legislation?

More Devices Gone Wild

Is the Right to Be Forgotten Global?

Electronic Wills – Update

Would It Be Good to Get Rid of Cash?