Welcome to the Summer 2018 edition of our Librarian Newsletter. The theme this quarter is Searching in Lexis Advance Quicklaw and we have provided some feature videos.
This issue also includes Top Picks from The Lawyer's Daily, recent updates on Lexis Advance® Quicklaw® , the latest enhancements to Lexis Practice Advisor® Canada, Bookstore highlights, and a list of Training Resource Options.
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Top Picks from The Lawyer's Daily
In-house department growth requires sound 'business case,' legal expert says | Carolyn Gruske
Numbers: growing or creating an in-house legal department all comes down to the numbers on balance sheets, budgets and invoices, legal experts say. Read now
Sexual harassment claims a perfect storm of trouble for businesses, say lawyers | Carolyn Gruske
As a result of a #MeToo-charged environment, and because of media attention on high-profile Canadian examples, Alix Herber and Sarah Graves, who are partners at Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP in the labour and employment group, are busier than they've ever been with sexual harassment cases. Read now
Up in smoke: Preparing for the presence of marijuana in the workplace | Miriam Anbar
Bill C-45, the government's marijuana legalization bill, was passed in a historic Senate vote (52-29) on Tuesday, June 19, 2018, resulting in subsequent confirmation from Prime Minister Trudeau that marijuana products will be legally consumable across Canada starting on Oct. 17, 2018. Read now
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