Monthly Archives: September 2012

And now….robot-tunas

My last post about robot planes proved to be prescient. Not only should Canadians be concerned about the privacy and legal implications of surveillance by unmanned drones, it appears the authorities may also be playing peekaboo with our underwater activities. … Continue reading

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I, for one, welcome our new robot-plane overlords

It’s no surprise that I like information; it is, after all, my stock in trade. It is also a pitfall, as I have a tendency to tumble down obscure research rabbit holes and emerge, blinking, into the bright light of … Continue reading

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Playboy Bunny Manual 1968

What, I hear you mumbling, can the 1968 Playboy Bunny Manual possibly have to do with law? I was asking myself that same question, as I desperately searched for some connection which would justify posting it here. And – voila! … Continue reading

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Ten Tips for Building a Law Firm Publishing Culture

If your firm is like mine, chances are there are a lot of great people with really fantastic ideas. But the outside world knows nothing about them, because there’s no coordinated strategy to sing their praises. I can’t say it … Continue reading

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