Monthly Archives: December 2012

Santa’s blatant disregard for Canadian privacy law

I was in the midst of my annual ritual of removing the undeserving from my Christmas card list (take that, opposing counsel who would only respond to the senior on the file! Et tu, client who revised a four-page affidavit … Continue reading

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Court holds that research lawyers are vital to practice of law

Ok, I may be paraphrasing slightly, but Master B.M. Young in Worth v. Spelliscy, 2012 BCSC 1873  did say that legal research is probably almost always necessary, at least in sophisticated commercial cases. This case arose as a result of a review under … Continue reading

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