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David Paul’s Field Notes
April 21, 2014
Saving your files: cloud or network?
The cloud allows the latest version of my legal work to be synced, saved, and secured but not every cloud provider can be trusted with confidential information.
Osgoode student pitches entrepreneurial idea with international team
April 21, 2014
Bridging the gap between law and business
Last week, Osgoode Hall Law School student Martin Hui presented a project he worked on with law students from the University of São Paulo in Brazil and Peking University School of Transnational Law in China.
The IT Girl
April 21, 2014
Licensing blues
Pity the poor licence agreement. Sometimes it doesn’t get much respect from clients.
Law School Futures
April 21, 2014
Northern original
Thunder Bay, Ont., is the hometown of two of Canada’s most distinguished and original legal thinkers: Bora Laskin and Paul Weiler. So perhaps we should not be surprised that what could be characterized as the most radical change to university legal education in Canada in a generation, the “integrated practice curriculum” of Lakehead University’s new JD program, originated in Thunder Bay.
Definitely Mabey
April 21, 2014
Three universal truths raised by the Heenan Blaikie story
At last count there were over 25 issues/reasons identified by the legal press (blogs, newspapers, magazines, etc.) that led to the unfortunate demise of Heenan Blaikie. To be clear, the misfortune I speak of is not the disappearance of the law firm itself, but of those who were affected as a result through no fault of their own but rather because of the seeming ineptness of others.
In-house Coach
April 21, 2014
Corporate governance and the role of the GC
Regular readers will know well the challenges facing today’s general counsel. After all, much has been written about them and, more significantly, you live them each day.
April 21, 2014
Parts sent to Iran net Red Deer company $90,000 fine
An Alberta oilfield equipment company has been fined $90,000 for attempting to send a shipment of parts to Iran and violating federally imposed sanctions against that country. It is the first Canadian company to be sanctioned for exports to Iran.

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