Omar Ha-Redeye moderated a panel at the 2015 Canadian Bar Association (CBA) Legal Conference on Aug. 15, 2015: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND THE FUTURE OF LAW FIRMS Much of the debate surrounding the future of law practices centers around how New Law and the emergence of Alternative Business Structures are changing the delivery
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Omar Ha-Redeye spoke to CBC Radio syndicated across Canada on lawyer regulation and professional discipline. From CBC’s Cathy Tomlinson: Clients of two lawyers accused of serious misconduct are outraged over being kept in the dark about their lawyers’ records, which they said derailed their cases and cost them thousands… The Federation
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
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