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Pierre-Paul
Lemyre

The Supreme Court of Canada Decisions’ Website Is Evolving

Some of you may have noticed that after over 25 years of being hosted exclusively under the Lexum domain at https://scc-csc.lexum.com, the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) judgments are now also available under the Court’s own domain at https://decisions.scc-csc.ca. On top of the new URL, the database has been graphically integrated with the SCC institutional […] Read more

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Pierre-Paul
Lemyre

NMOneSoure 2.0: Open Access to New Mexico Legal Information is now Powered by Lexum

New Mexico is one of the few U.S. States where the official publishing of legislation and case law is centralized in the hands of a specialized enterprise agency, the New Mexico Compilation Commission (NMCC), created in 1941. Over the last fifteen years, the State of New Mexico has been its own self-publisher of its official laws.  NMCC has been providing three distinct online […] Read more

Lexum
Pierre-Paul
Lemyre
Lexum
Pierre-Paul
Lemyre
Lexum
Pierre-Paul
Lemyre
Lexum
Pierre-Paul
Lemyre

State Administrative Decisions Census

This post includes preliminary results and findings from a survey of the status of online access to administrative decisions in the US.  This survey was conducted over the course of September 2016 and is based on and replicates the methodology developed by Sarah Glassmeyer for the State Legal Information Census published in 2015.  The main […] Read more

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Pierre-Paul
Lemyre

Why you Should Move Beyond PDF for your Technical Manuals

If you’re producing a reference document of some sort, whether it’s professional documentation, a product manual or collective agreements, you’re most likely making it available to your stakeholders in PDF format.You know you could do better, but you have stuck to PDF until now because a portion of your user base consistently tells you they […] Read more

Lexum
Pierre-Paul
Lemyre
Lexum
Pierre-Paul
Lemyre

Qweri: From Legal Publishing to Technical Publishing

Lexum started investing efforts into what would eventually become Qweri in response to the demand of online legal publishers in need of a better solution for the delivery of secondary legal information. It has become obvious that large PDF files are inadequate for the online publishing of complex text-heavy documents used as reference material. Read more

Lexum
Pierre-Paul
Lemyre