Blog Round Up July/August 2022

A round-up of blog posts and online articles gathered from the Manitoba legal community during the months of July and August

A bi-monthly round-up of blog posts from the Manitoba legal community for the months of June 2022

Brodsky Amy & Gould

Davis Cyber Law

Fillmore Riley

Matthew Gould Blog

MLT Aikins

MICHAEL DYCK | CRIMINAL LAW

Pitblado Law Blog

Robson Crim Legal Blog

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Blog Round Up June 2022

A round-up of blog posts and online articles gathered from the Manitoba legal community during the month of June.

Brodsky Amy & Gould

Davis Cyber Law

Matthew Gould Blog (Criminal Law)

MLT Aikins

Michael Dyck

Pitblado Law Blog

Robson Crim Legal Blog

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Blog Round-up April/May 2022

A round-up of blog posts from the Manitoba legal community from April/May 2022.

Brodsky Amy & Gould
Michael Dyck | Criminal Law
MLT Aikins
Pitblado Law Blog
TDS Law

Blog Round-up February/March 2022

A round-up of blog posts from the Manitoba legal community from February/March 2022.

Brodsky Amy & Gould
Clarke Immigration Law
MLT Aikins
TDS Law

Blog Round-up January/February 2022

A round-up of blog posts from the Manitoba legal community from January and February 2022.

Brodsky Amy & Gould
Clarke Immigration Law
MLT Aikins
Taylor McCaffrey Lawyers

Turf Wars – The Supreme Court in the Horrocks Decision Provides Much Needed Guidance when Labour Arbitrators Have Exclusive Jurisdiction Over Human Rights Complaints in a Unionized Workplace February 1, 2022

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Legal Reform as a Catalyst for Social Enterprise: An International Social Enterprise Law & Policy Report January 26, 2022

Together – a collaborative family law blog

Am I legally separated? It depends on what you mean by that January 6, 2022

Blog Round-up December 2021

A round-up of blog posts from the Manitoba legal community from December 2021.

Clarke Immigration Law
MLT Aikins

In a world already exhausted by the unrelenting pandemic, the holiday season offers the promise of a reprieve for some. Unfortunately, the holiday season is also a time when cyber criminals are particularly active as most people try to unplug and take some well-deserved breaks from work.

Having endured over a year now of government-imposed restrictions on personal liberty to curb the case count of covid, the general population is now able to better understand the implications of confinement. This blog will begin by exploring the historical reasoning behind solitary confinement, its effectiveness and psychological impact, and circle back to the current state of Covid-19 and what it entails for inmates who have already been deprived of many rights.

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