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Duhaime's LawMag

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

11
Nov 2013
Protecting the Dead From the Undead: Wills and Probate Law Reform

Protecting the Dead From the Undead: Wills and Probate Law Reform

When the sleepy-headed concepts of probate law and law reform come together, don't expect an iPhone.

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07
Feb 2009

Late Justice For A Woman's Apocalypse

Three heroines of justice, a victim, her lawyer and the judge, bravely refocus the law against historic sexual assault claims in Canada.

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28
May 2012
Defamation Double-Jeopardy: Duhaime v Mulcair

Defamation Double-Jeopardy: Duhaime v Mulcair

Even politicians can cross the line and feel the wrath of justice, but as in many defamation cases, the law can only do so much.

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28
May 2010
Pasquin Piranha: Lawya Gangsta

Pasquin Piranha: Lawya Gangsta

Canadian lawyer convicted of gangsterism. » Continue Reading

27
May 2008

Police: Would That Be Cowardice or Stupidity?

British Columbia experiences two shining examples of police inaction - either cowardice or stupidity - in less than nine months.

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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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12
Sep 2009
The Law Travails of Theoren Fleury

The Law Travails of Theoren Fleury

Theoren Fleury the hockey player is also Theoren Wallace Fleury, defendant in a messy family law action, Fleury v Fleury.

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13
Jan 2011
Bob Probert, Aggravated Felon

Bob Probert, Aggravated Felon

Yet another hockey biography glorifies an aggravated felon’s life given as if that of a war hero.

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14
Jan 2012

07
Oct 2009
Gretzky Law

Gretzky Law

The recent Phoenix Coyotes debacle, in which he left behind his job, is not the only time Wayne Gretzky has had to leave from the side exit of a courtroom.

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