Tag Archives: Judges

Aboriginal families no closer to answers about jury selection

  Christie Blatchford From Tuesday’s Globe and Mail, Tuesday, Jun. 23, 2009 04:38AM EDT Almost a year before the Ontario Attorney-General grudgingly launched an internal review into how police and Crown attorneys in the province are secretly screening potential jurors…

Negative statements and how to ignore them to meet goals

If a person stopped to listen to all the people that told them they couldn’t do something, they would never succeed.  It’s always worth hearing people out when they have advice, whether you asked for or not. But if you…

Two more ICBC jury breaches are found

Canwest News ServiceMay 29, 2009   ICBC’s investigation into the improper disclosure of the accident-claim histories of jurors has uncovered two other breaches of jurors’ privacy, the auto-insurance agency confirmed Thursday. The breaches, described by ICBC spokesman Mark Jan Vrem…

Facebook foils Canadian lawsuits

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20090510.wfacebooktrial0510/BNStory/Technology/home TARA BRAUTIGAM The Canadian Press May 10, 2009 at 11:28 AM EDT ST. JOHN’S — Lawyers in Canada are increasingly warning their clients about the perils of posting information on social websites such as Facebook after a small but…

The End of the Webpage?

Recently…very recently, because it’s the Internet, Steve Rubel wrote a piece entitled, “The End of the Destination Web Era.”  In it, he argues that the webpage as an advertising tool is dead and has been dead for a while now. …