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Top 10 ways MKD International Inc. helps law firms

A good private investigation firm can provide invaluable assistance to litigators in a variety of ways, whether it is interviewing witnesses, conducting surveillance, or detecting fraud, says Toronto-area private detective  Jim Downs . Read more

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Safeguard against 'deep-fake videos:' Duquette

Ryan Duquette , principal of Oakville-based  Hexigent Consulting , tells the  CBC  that the proliferation of "deep-fake videos" is a warning to be vigilant about the photographs you post online.  Read more

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Brave new world: navigating privacy breaches

New requirements for businesses to report data breaches to the Office of the Privacy Commissioner and alert their clients will not likely result in many fines, says Tyler Hatch , founder and CEO of DFI Forensics Inc.   Read more

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Now’s a good time to think about RRSPs, taxes

Taking the time now to consider personal tax implications and laying down a financial foundation for the coming year can go a long way to setting yourself up for success down the road, says  Dawn Marchand , vice-president of marketing, product and direct distribution for  Lawyers Financial . Read more

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Litigation funding avoids long-term impact of other solutions

While it may be tempting to file for bankruptcy or sell a primary residence when faced with the financial pressures of personal injury litigation, these short-term answers often carry long-term consequences — while a solution based on the litigation itself might be a preferable option, says Dawn Simons, client relations manager with  CaseMark Financial . Read more

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Duquette to discuss cyber security in the workplace

Ryan Duquette , principal of Oakville-based  Hexigent Consulting , will appear on   Rudner Law ’s Fire Away to address cyber security and the digital activity of employees. Read more

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Manitoba families part of lawsuit against Ontario-based firm over senior care

WINNIPEG — Five Manitoba families are part of a massive lawsuit against an Ontario-based company that operates care homes for seniors. Read more

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Incorporating mindfulness in your life in 2019

If you've already given up on your New Year’s resolution, fear not, there’s still time to incorporate mindfulness into your life in 2019, says Toronto-area family lawyer  Nicolle Kopping-Pavars . Read more

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Webinar series covers elements of Canadian court system for translators and interpreters

Brampton lawyer-linguist Suzanne Deliscar will share her insights in a two-part webinar series intended for both intermediate and experienced legal translators and interpreters who want to broaden their client base and learn about the Canadian court system. Read more

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DFI Forensics: processing digital crime scenes

Anyone who’s seen police process a physical crime scene on TV has an idea of what DFI Forensics Inc. does for clients, says Tyler Hatch , the company’s founder and CEO. Read more

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Whistleblowers discover most corporate fraud

The top three categories of corporate fraud involve asset misappropriation, financial statement fraud and corruption, Toronto forensic accountant and investigator  Dave Oswald  tells  AdvocateDaily.com . Read more

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Lost in the legal tech wilderness

By Amir Tajkarimi If you’re like a lot of lawyers, you want to get in on the legal tech game but you just don’t know where to start. Read more

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Seeing isn’t always believing with video evidence

When inexperienced police personnel give ‘expert’ testimony on video footage, honest errors can have big repercussions for those who are falsely identified, Crystal Beach forensic video analyst Michael Plaxton tells AdvocateDaily.com . Read more

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Collaboration between lawyers, forensic team can reduce time, cost

Innovation in the consumer space has created a breadth and diversity of electronic evidence never seen before, but there are a few ways legal practitioners can work more closely with digital investigators to move matters along in a timely and cost-effective manner, says Jason Green, principal of Hexigent Consulting . Read more

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Using digital forensics when onboarding new employees

By Tyler Hatch So you’re ready to make an offer of employment to your company’s next great employee or executive. The candidate looks amazing on paper and shined bright during interviews. Read more

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New year a good time to revisit finances

The new year offers many new opportunities for lawyers, including the chance to develop a clear picture of personal finances with an eye to planning for the future, says  Dawn Marchand , vice-president of marketing, product and direct distribution for Lawyers Financial . Read more

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Speech-to-text technology faces multi-voice challenge

While there is no doubt that speech recognition technology is developing at a rapid rate, the biggest hurdle it faces is recognizing and differentiating multiple voices, Neesons Court Reporting founder and president Kim Neeson tells AdvocateDaily.com . Read more

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Use of 'hired gun' expert witnesses draws blanks in Canada

The role of an expert witness in a medical malpractice suit in Canada is much different than in the United States, says Toronto orthopedic spine and trauma surgeon  Dr. Michael Ford . Read more

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Lightening the mood an effective way to reduce tension

Humour is an underrated tool for diffusing conflict, says humorist and author  Marcel Strigberger . Read more

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ATE insurance helps level playing field for personal injury plaintiffs

There are several major hurdles facing personal injury plaintiffs in Ontario, which has stacked the deck against accident victims, says  Joanna Milnes , of legal expense insurance company DAS. Read more

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