Jeffrey Lem

Jeffrey Lem

Jeffrey W. Lem is a Toronto lawyer who writes on real estate and technology law issues. The views expressed herein are his alone.

You’re working in the cloud whether you know it or not

Whether cloud computing is safe to use is a moot question for young lawyers, writes Jeffrey Lem

Real estate challenges in the coronavirus era

Real estate lawyers are budgeting for precipitous drops in work in May and beyond, says Jeffrey Lem

Déjà vu: The American Bar Association revisits alternative business structures

Contrary to AMA spin, ABS do not improve access to justice, argues Jeffrey Lem

Much ado about Clearview: Facial recognition is here to stay

It’s not facial recognition technology that’s the problem, says Jeffrey Lem, but unethical use of it