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  • Thanks to the 3% — Now for the Winning Numbers!

    by Nathaniel Russell | Dec 08, 2016

    Our survey of British Columbia's lawyers, discussed in more detail in this post, was a success. We met our survey target of 360 respondents—approximately 3% of the practicing lawyers in this province—and we are in the process of analyzing the feedback we received on the pains felt by today's legal professionals, and the services that Courthouse Libraries BC might be able to provide to help with the challenges.

    We are also pleased to announce the winners from our November 29, 2016 draw, which respondents to our survey were invited to enter along with lawyers who engaged via Twitter (#CLBClawyersurvey2016).

    These winners received a $100 gift card for Chapters/Indigo:

    • Andrew Roth, Terrace
    • Linda Nowlan, Vancouver
    • Geoffrey Trotter, Vancouver
    • Miles Motture, Victoria
    • Kylie Walman, Vernon

    Thanks to all who participated!

  • Recently Updated

    by Lesley Dobin | Dec 07, 2016

    The Law of Employee Monitoring in Canada

    Updated to 2016, 2nd ed.

    The Law of Employee Monitoring in Canada, 2nd Edition offers advice, legislative analysis, case law and jurisprudence from privacy commissioners – as applicable to both unionized and non-unionized workplaces in jurisdictions across Canada.

    The second edition of The Law of Employee Monitoring in Canada provides:
    • A review of the latest case law and legislation so readers gain insight into the current state of the law
    • A new chapter on corporate IT system access, use and misuse
    • A new chapter on social media in the workplace
    • Appendices that offer best practices guidelines for employment lawyers, clients and in-house counsel
    • Sample documents, language and precedents to use as a starting point for designing workplace policies – a practical tool for managers and human resources managers

    Available to borrow now!

    *Summary taken from LexisNexis Canada

  • Recently Updated

    by Lesley Dobin | Dec 01, 2016

    Canadian Family Law Guide

    Updated to 2017

    The Canadian Family Law Guide reproduces the full text of legislation, and provides you with digests of relevant recent cases.

    Commentary is provided on issues relating to:

    • Marriage and Divorce
    • Spousal and Child Support
    • Children Custody and Access; Status of Children; Guardianship; Adoption; Children in Need of Protection
    • Family Mediation and Collaborative Practice
    • Property
    • Domestic Contracts
    • Pensions
    • Taxation

    Available to borrow now!

    ** Description taken from LexisNexis

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