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Monday, 26 April 2010 07:08

I want my Mac back

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I want my Mac backI am flying back from Texas as I write this, defeated. Scorned. Humiliated.


Monday, 26 April 2010 06:49

My curious adventures in Dnieperland

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My curious adventures in DnieperlandTaped inside my shiny new briefcase on my first day of articles was a mysterious fragment of paper. On it was a list of five names. This list was given to me by my articling principal (hereinafter Mr. X) and it comprised the names of the five most-feared judges in Toronto who would not permit students to speak to them in court.


Monday, 19 April 2010 05:49

Fixed fee does not mean fixed income

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Fixed fee does not mean fixed incomeLet’s roll further ahead in 2010 or to 2011 (whatever year your crystal ball says law firms will be pulling out of the economic downturn they are in) and I ask this simple question “What will they have learned?”


Monday, 19 April 2010 05:42

WARNING: Think before you post

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WARNING: Think before you postI’m beginning to think all web sites that allow people to post any kind of content — be it images, videos, audio, or words — should come with a cautionary label that says something like: “Warning: what you are about to post could be a serious career, relationship, friendship, privacy, ego, and/or credibility limiting move. Make sure you think twice before hitting send.”


Monday, 12 April 2010 06:28

Edward Bayda: A Life of Service

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Edward Bayda: A Life of ServiceCanada lost one of its most distinguished jurists on April 2 when my friend, Ed Bayda, the retired chief justice of Saskatchewan, died suddenly while on vacation in Turkey. He was 78.


What was learned from the UN’s independent expert on minority issues report?As the United Nations is somewhat removed from our daily experience, we have a tendency to ignore it, or treat it as unimportant, and especially when the story is not so flattering.


Investment management is certainly a challenging field. On a daily basis, many variables affect securities prices and the value of investment portfolios worldwide. Certainly no one individual possesses a crystal ball that can predict the future.

I link, therefore, I defame? Supreme Court of Canada to decide whether hyperlinking is publicationOn April 1, the Supreme Court of Canada granted leave in the British Columbia Court of Appeal decision in Crookes v. Newton, presenting a welcome opportunity for the Supreme Court to clarify the nature and scope of online intermediary liability in Internet defamation cases.


Monday, 05 April 2010 10:42

Video: Canadian Lawyer wins Neal award

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Video: Canadian Lawyer wins Neal awardEditor Gail Cohen discusses Canadian Lawyer magazine's latest achievement — an American Business Media Jesse H. Neal Award, and other highlights from the April issue.  

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Monday, 29 March 2010 05:53

Video: Making Rain - March 29, 2010

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Video: Making Rain - March 29, 2010This month we introduce Making Rain, the first business development and online video practice management coaching column for Canadian lawyers, with certified executive coach Debra Forman. This first instalment focuses on what we mean when describing someone as a “rainmaker.”
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