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Each Monday we present brief excerpts of recent posts from five of Canada’s award--winning legal blogs chosen at random* from more than 80 recent Clawbie winners. In this way we hope to promote their work, with their permission, to as wide an audience as possible.
Global Workplace Insider
Legal update: Minimum protection for Gig Economy workers in Italy and in the international context
The need to update existing labour laws in light of the rapid changes introduced by the digital economy is one of principal issues under the “new ways of working” debate and has made the headlines in many Italian papers, including the leading daily, Il Sole24Ore. …
McElroy Law Blog
Full Disclosure: Setting the (fictional) record straight
Former Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin published her first novel this spring, a legal thriller set in Vancouver. “Full Disclosure” is the story of a female criminal defence lawyer named Jilly Truitt who takes on a high profile case of first degree murder, despite warnings from her family and friends that she should let this case go. …
Website and Brand Renewal
The Law Society of Saskatchewan is currently updating its communication processes for members and the public to better meet information needs. Thank you to those members who took the time to complete the recent survey. There were 340 responses between May 4 and 18, 2018 and we are pleased to share some of the key findings …
We have helped quite a few condominium corporations pass rules dealing with tobacco and cannabis. Systematically, the single most important question faced by boards is: What rule would be acceptable to our owners? For that reason, we have developed a tool which will allows you to get a timely and accurate reading on your community’s views on this topic. …
Canadian Legal History Blog
Adams, Constitutional Stories: Japanese Canadians and the Constitution of Canada
Forthcoming in Australasian Canadian Studies, Eric Adams, “Constitutional Stories: Japanese Canadians and the Constitution of Canada” on SSRN??h/t Legal History Blog …
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