Legal technology

Knowledge management in action

Knowledge management in action

Scarce resources drive in-house counsel to do more with less. Technological innovations assist in maximizing legal operation management, which includes efficient knowledge management.

The smart cities challenge

The smart cities challenge

Setting her sights on Toronto’s Quayside plan to convert 12 acres of former industrial and docking land into a community that is connected from the ground up, Ann Cavoukian envisions a “smart city of privacy, not a smart city of surveillance.”

For the love of tech, business and law

For the love of tech, business and law

Catherine Lacavera says she wanted a career from a young age that would encapsulate her passions for business, technology and law.

Managing IP portfolio  takes co-operation

Managing IP portfolio takes co-operation

No matter how skilled or experienced an IP lawyer is, protecting a company’s IP portfolio is not a job that can be done independently.

Is blockchain worth the hype?

Is blockchain worth the hype?

The federal government is cautiously wading in. Enticed by the promise of blockchain to simplify the management of trusted information in a secure fashion, the Canada Border Services Agency and the Port of Montreal, the country’s second-biggest port, are now testing a blockchain-enabled digital solution to see if it will streamline freight shipping.

Feds call on Competition Bureau to address Big Data

Feds call on Competition Bureau to address Big Data

The Government of Canada is calling on the Competition Bureau to address the “unprecedented challenges” arising from digital technology, including scrutinizing the potentially anti-competitive nature of Big Data while maintaining the innovation that advancements in the tech sector provide the economy.