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Entries for 2010

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The world's first online legal magazine, demystified significant law and justice events around the world, published from 1996 to 2014.

15
Dec 2010
Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast

Amy Carrier, law student, and national beauty queen.

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07
Aug 2010
Lawyer Heart Attack

Lawyer Heart Attack

Lawyer: beware the heart attack.

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19
Sep 2010

A Civil Canadian Action: Small Town Fights Giant Toxic Polluter

Mining giant Inco Ltd. came, saw, polluted and left. Decades later, Port Colborne residents were forced to drag it into the courts of Ontario to be held accountable for toxic leftovers. » Continue Reading

10
May 2010

Iraq Steals, Kuwait Still Suffers

Iraq continues to evade the arm of the law for its plunder of Kuwait in 1990.

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08
Jan 2010
Theo Fleury, True-Crime Confession

Theo Fleury, True-Crime Confession

Media goes goo-goo gaa-gaa over child sexual abuse survivor ex-professional hockey player Theo Fleury even though autobiography relishes in tales of his own unlawful conduct.

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03
Apr 2010
Court Rules Revolution: Out With Old, In With New

Court Rules Revolution: Out With Old, In With New

Yes Virginia, there is a Santa Claus. And with Canada’s most comfortable summer in full swing, an old Saint ‘Nick in legal gowns will be showin’ up at the fifty-year old Victoria Court house round Canada Day with a brand new set of access-to-justice Supreme Court rules.

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08
Mar 2010

Cyber Crime: Behind The 8-Ball

Cyber crime races like a hare, ahead of the law, as you and me pay the price of a tortoise's pace of legistative and statutory adaptation.

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14
Mar 2010
Pet Lawyer: The Amazing Antoine Goetschel

Pet Lawyer: The Amazing Antoine Goetschel

Swiss lawyer Antoine Goetschel is either an eccentric animal rights lawyer, or onto to something ahead of his time.

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22
Dec 2010

The Good and the Bad: Judge Stuart's R. v. Moses Legacy

Sentencing circles are not good for justice in all circumstances » Continue Reading

12
Aug 2010

An Inconvenient Truth's Inconvenient Truth

There is an inconvenient truth about Al Gore's global warming movie. And it took a judge to ream him out for the wrong rating it received. It's partly science fiction.

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