Archive for December, 2012

Canadian law blog awards announced

December 31st, 2012

The 7th annual (2012) Canadian Law Blog Award (ClawBies) winners were announced earlier this evening. My blog came in runner up for Best Canadian Law Blog behind Doorey’s Workplace Law Blog. It was tied with last year’s winner, Erik Magraken’s BC Injury Law Blog and former OBA President Lee Akazaki’s new bilingual blog.

Thanks to Steve Matthews, Jordan Furlong, and Simon Fodden for recognizing my blog and to Bob Tarantino and Garry Wise for nominating it for an award.

Congratulations to other winners of a 2012 ClawBie including Karim Renno, Ron Friedmann, Garry Wise, and Bob Tarantino.

Computer and Internet Law Updates for 2012-12-31

December 31st, 2012

Computer and Internet Law Weekly Updates for 2012-12-30

December 30th, 2012

Computer and Internet Law Updates for 2012-12-29

December 29th, 2012

Strangest copyright cases of 2012

December 28th, 2012

If you’re on holidays and looking for some copyright law hilarity, take 15 minutes to read Meads v. Meads, 2012 ABQB 571. This case from Alberta examines the practice of Organized Commercial  Pseudolegal Commercial Argument litigants (“OCPA” litigants). These persons employ a collection of techniques and arguments promoted and sold by ‘gurus’ to disrupt court operations and to attempt to frustrate the legal rights of governments, corporations, and individuals.

Computer and Internet Law Updates for 2012-12-28

December 28th, 2012

Computer and Internet Law Updates for 2012-12-27

December 27th, 2012

Computer and Internet Law Updates for 2012-12-26

December 26th, 2012

Computer and Internet Law Updates for 2012-12-24

December 24th, 2012

Computer and Internet Law Weekly Updates for 2012-12-23

December 23rd, 2012