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Monday, 07 December 2015 09:00

The use of pseudonyms in civil cases

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The use of pseudonyms in civil casesIn my plaintiff-side practice, I help survivors of sexual violence obtain financial compensation for the harms they have suffered as the result of sexual assault and sexual abuse. When speaking with potential clients, one of the most common questions I am asked is whether they will have to use their real name if they sue their abuser or an institution that may be vicariously liable for the abuser’s actions.
Monday, 30 November 2015 11:33

Video: Making Rain: Hit your mark

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Video: Making Rain: Hit your markIn this month’s Making Rain, executive coach  Debra Forman challenges you to elevate your clients’ trust in your efforts and to personally undertake actions to further increase your effectiveness and trustworthiness.
Monday, 23 November 2015 09:45

Don’t forget the business side of immigration

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Don’t forget the business side of immigrationMy column has had really one or two overarching themes: change is constant and transparency is critical.
It is often the case that discussions of “access to justice” revolve around legal aid funding and alternative dispute resolution processes, and with good reason. In a climate such as British Columbia, where members of the legal profession once took job action to draw attention to the dire need for investment in legal aid, the courts remain inaccessible to many.
There is no asterisk attached to the word ‘shalom’ for usShalom . . . sort of.
Monday, 23 November 2015 09:00

Hic sunt leones

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Hic sunt leonesIn an age none of us witnessed but all of us learned a great deal about, explorers fared the oceans to find what they called “new lands.” Except, of course, they were not new. That was just the understandably narrow and yet nonetheless incorrect perspective of the explorers.
Monday, 16 November 2015 09:00

Demystifying cloud service levels

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Demystifying cloud service levelsService levels can sometimes be the “orphan children” of a cloud transaction — often neglected and not given the attention they deserve.
Monday, 09 November 2015 09:45

Feedback is a gift — embrace it

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Feedback is a gift — embrace itNo matter your age, background, level of experience, and stature, feedback is scary. Turning that trepidation into triumph is up to you.
Monday, 09 November 2015 09:00

The moon is innocent and ‘Because it’s 2015’

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The moon is innocent and ‘Because it’s 2015’A study published in 2015 in the journal Nursing Research found no link between lunar cycles and various events such as hospital admissions, births, patterns of criminal behaviour, menstruation, depression, car accidents, and surgery outcomes. As The Huffington Post reported, “The idea that lunar cycles exert any meaningful influence on human affairs is sheer lunacy.”
Integrating the cloud into your disaster recovery planningAs sole and small firms, we likely have limited resources to manage disasters unless we plan ahead. Decades ago, the advice was to store important files and office information offsite. This advice still applies, but we now have the benefit of online cloud storage, providing us remote access to our data anywhere.  
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