Spring has sprung in Toronto eh? We always seem to time our holidays so we totally miss the winter-summer and summer-winter transitions. If this sounds intriguing, it only takes two weeks of well-timed vacation to generate this special experience.
Here’s what I’ve been into recently during balmy evenings on the back porch.
- Craig Ball, “Time to Catch the ‘Science of Search’.” Mr. Ball addresses the importance of keyword search, the need for search expertise on a litigation team and argues that lawyers should step up. (Law.com)
- Leonard Deutchman, “Steer Clear of the Perils of Self Collection.” Mr. Deutchman writes to litigators who are advising clients who do not opt to use turn-key, professional data collection services. His article is highly relevant and highly practical. (Law.com)
- David Ardia, “Judge Quashes Subpoena to Blogger Kathleen Seidel, Orders Lawyer to Explain Justification for Subpoena.” Mr. Ardia reports on developments in the Seidel subpoena. (Citizen Media Law Project)
- Yuh-Sung Soh, “RBC Dominion Securities: Show me the Money!” Mr. Soh summarizes a departing employee case heard by the Supreme Court of Canada last Friday and that’s one to watch. (The Court.ca)
- Michael Fitzgibbon, “Blawg Review #157.” I didn’t know about the Blawg Review until reading this labour and employment carnival by long-time “blawger” Micheal Fitzgibbon. People like Michael – who points out that he’s maintained his Thoughts From a Management Lawyer blog for five years – led the way for people like me, so thank you Mike and keep up the good work! (Thoughts From a Management Lawyer)