Omar Ha-Redeye and Lisa Stam spoke at a seminar hosted by the Canadian Bar Association, Leveraging Social Media in Your Practice, on June 25, 2014. Should you make Facebook or Twitter a part of your practice? What about other social media tools? How should you incorporate social medial in your day-to-day
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Omar Ha-Redeye spoke to CBA National Magazine on the evidence behind mandatory minimum sentencing. The CBA has taken strong positions against the imposition of mandatory minimum sentences in Canada.
Omar Ha-Redeye spoke to National Magazine TV on cyberbullying legislation and internet privacy. Critics have charged that Bill C-13 aims in part to revive a whole host of lawful access provisions from Bill C-30, the controversial internet-surveillance bill that the government dropped earlier this year following a public outcry. National wrote
Omar Ha-Redeye spoke to National Magazine TV about deregulation of the legal profession and the need for innovation. Omar Ha-Redeye on deregulation of the profession from National Magazine TV on Vimeo.
Omar Ha-Redeye spoke to Yves Fagay of CBA National Magazine social media in the courtroom: Quebec’s courts recently banned Twitter. Ontario’s Superior Court has allowed it only for lawyers and journalists. Omar Ha Redeye explains the competing interests behind the confusion.