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Decisia to Serve More Canadian Federal Tribunals

Since 2011 Decisia is used by several administrative tribunals of the Canadian federal government as the platform of choice for the online publishing of their decisions. Among others, the Canada Agricultural Review Tribunal (CART), the Canada Industrial Relations Board (CIRB), and the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal (CHRT) all have official decision websites powered by Decisia. […] Read more

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Decisia 4.3 Brings User Groups Feature and Increased Security

Lexum recently rolled-out Decisia 4.3.  Here are some of the new features included in this latest version: User Groups Feature Decisia already allowed its clients to provide its intranet users or subscribers with restricted access to confidential databases and documents. Decisia clients are using this feature to provide secure online access to additional information to […] Read more

Emma Elliott
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Elliott

Are You Ready for the Digital Afterlife?

http://www.isaet.org/images/extraimages/EPH0717005%20formatted.pdf The purpose of the survey is to evaluate whether or not urban Canadians are ready for the digital afterlife. An online survey composed of twenty-one (21) questions was conducted to establish 1) digital assets awareness, 2) digital afterlife awareness and 3) digital afterlife preparedness. Results were obtained thanks to descriptive statistics, correlation analysis and […] Read more

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Pierre-Paul
Lemyre
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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

Jessica Zita
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Zita

Making the Move Online – BCCRT, Decisia and Access to Justice

As a Canadian tribunal is moving online for the very first time, the push towards increasing access to justice using technology is as loud as ever. In July 2016, the British Columbia’s Civil Resolution Tribunal (BCCRT) started hearing small claims cases online. In a system plagued by the constant backlog caused by an ever-growing caseload, […] Read more

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