March 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced the courts and legal counsel to utilize videoconferencing platforms such as Zoom. Thanks to videoconferencing, it is no longer necessary for persons to attend appearances in person. Although, videoconferencing has its benefits and downfalls, we anticipate that the courts will continue to use virtual appearances for years to come. In...
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Title : Conducting Virtual Examinations for Discovery, Cross Examinations and Regulatory Examinations: Need to Know Strategies for Changing Times Date : Mar. 23, 2021 12:00-1:30 p.m. Description : Most all examinations are taking place remotely across Canada today. Get ready for your next virtual examination with expert advice on how these examinations are different and...
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In the age of rapid technological advancement and increased access to unsupervised internet forums, the opportunity for cyber bullying and online harassment has grown tremendously over the years. Some may argue that the law that protects and limits free speech has not been modernized to address a users’ ability to harass others online, until now....
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Title : Selling your services to the world: How to find new markets Date : Thu, March 11, 2021 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm ET Description : Canada’s services export sector accounts for the bulk of our economic activity, showing unmatched growth over the past two decades. And if you’ve ever sold a professional service...
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