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 23 Jun, 2017

What role will A.I. hold in your practice?

Bots in Law   When I think of artificial intelligence in the legal world, I immediately hearken back to that epic Star Trek: The Next Generation episode, when the android named Data is put on trial to decide if he’s a person or a piece of property. (Spoiler alert, if you can have a spoiler […]

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 09 Jun, 2017

Mandatory Update on Mandatory Arbitration

7 New Turns on the Arbitration Rollercoaster   Mandatory Arbitration Upheld in Nursing Homes   On May 15th, the US Supreme Court ruled that mandatory arbitration agreements were binding in nursing home contracts, which were signed through power of attorney by a person other than the patient. In Kindred Nursing Centers v. Clark, the families […]

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 02 Jun, 2017

Pollution and Plaintiff Law

What’s Our Role During the Demise of the EPA?   We’ve written before about the potential of a future when auto accident cases may dry up, and the need to be thinking creatively now about your firm’s future focus. There are some glaring areas in need of good plaintiff-side lawyers:   It comes down to […]

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Ryan Anderson

by Ryan Anderson Legal Practice

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 19 May, 2017

Will Your Firm Survive the Next Ransomware Attack?

  We hope you read our warnings about Kidnapped Computers and the new wave of highly sophisticated computer viruses.   If you didn’t, here’s a run-down of the latest mayhem, and steps you can take to protect your practice.   —   If you weren’t worried before: here’s one more sign that ransomware is getting […]

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 12 May, 2017

Class Action and Spam

Canadian spammers are losing sleep and “battening down the hatches” in the weeks before July 1st. That’s the date when the final provisions of an anti-spam law go into effect, including the big boogey-man that most frightens unscrupulous bulk-emailers: a consumer’s right to sue.   Canada’s Anti-Spam Law (CASL) was passed back in 2010, but […]

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