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Peg Duncan’s Canadian focused e-discovery reading list and case law digest updated

Updated versions of Peg Duncan’s amazing Canadian focused e-discovery reading list and case law digests have just been posted, respectively, on the e-discovery page on practicePRO’s website and on the Ontario Bar Association’s site. Both are extremely helpful resources for lawyers that need to deal with electronic discovery related issues. Cross posted on

Categories: Legal Technology, Practice Aids

How to remove info from Google

Google’s Webmaster Central Blog has released the first in a series of entries telling people how to removew URLs & directories from Google searches. A hat tip to Simon Fodden over at the blog.

Categories: Legal Technology

Lawyers beware: Don’t get phished on Twitter

The ABA Legal Technology Resource Center blog posted a warning this morning that all of us should pay heed to: Be Careful! Twitter Phishing Catches Lawyers, Too What is “phishing”? Email messages (or even tweets) that trick innocent users into entering their account information (for any account: a Twitter account, an email account, a bank… Read More »

Categories: Fraud Prevention

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