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Lancaster House Launches New Contract Clauses Service Based on Qweri

Lancaster House recently announced a new online service providing guidance to collective agreement language for negotiators on both sides of the table. The Contract Clauses Service includes actual contract clauses from current collective agreements negotiated across Canada in both the public and private sectors and provides authoritative commentary. It provides access to 1,700 clauses on 65 topics from current collective agreements, as well as checklists, expert analysis, commentaries and reviews to assist practitioners in drafting their own clauses. Lexum is proud that Lancaster House... Read more

Jessica Zita
Jessica
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Students: Protect your research and academic integrity with Lexbox

It’s that time of year again: final papers are underway, and law students everywhere are scattering to get all necessary research out of the way in time to get their thoughts on paper. But there’s never enough time. The clock is always ticking. And with information as widely available as ever, there is so much […] Read more

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Qweri new platform for AQTIS agreements

We are pleased to announce that the Alliance québécoise des techniciens de l'image et du son (AQTIS - Alliance of Image and Sound Technicians) has chosen Qweri as the online delivery platform for its collective agreements. You can access AQTIS agreements at: www.aqtis.qc.ca/en/relations/agreements/ Qweri will allow AQTIS members and representative to add notes and collaborate on agreements, in turn... Read more

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Decisia 4.0: New UI and so much more

We are proud to announce the release of our latest Decisia update, version 4.0. Decisia 4.0 improves upon user experience and efficiency. New features include: New modern user interface (UI) Guided by the prevalent ergonomic practices, the new design-inspired interface of Decisia 4.0 make the overall research and navigation functions more discoverable. Deep linking to numbered paragraphs With 4.0, users can deep link to numbered paragraphs by adding #parxx (ex: http://scc-csc.lexum.com/scc-csc/scc-csc/en/item/15859/index.do#par20 ) at the end of the decision URL. This feature will help... Read more

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Additional Content from Quebec on the CAIJ and CanLII Websites

Lexum is proud of its contribution to the processing and publishing of important databases in Quebec law that are now available on the websites of the CAIJ and CanLII. This collaboration between two important clients of Lexum dramatically increase online access to legal information in Quebec. The recently published databases on one or the other sites include: The annual Statutes of Québec since 1996 Federal Annual Statutes since 2001 A selection of decisions published between 1869 and 1969 in the Revue légale Decisions published between 1983 and 1996 in the Recueils de droit judiciaire (RDJ)... Read more

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Pierre-Paul
Lemyre
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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

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CSN Adopts Decisia for its Internal Bank of Precedents

Lexum is proud to announce that the legal department of the Confédération des syndicats nationaux (CSN) selected Decisia to manage its internal bank of judicial and quasi-judicial decisions. CSN lawyers have been accumulating court decisions and arbitration awards in labour law for many years, in order to provide a knowledge base to be used as precedents in current cases. The services to be provided... Read more

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Qweri 1.11 Now Available

Lexum is pleased to announce Qweri 1.11. Here's what's new: Redesigned Dashboard The Qweri Dashboard has been redesigned to provide a better user experience when browsing the entire knowledge base. Browsing and searching are now located on the left portion of the screen and occupy a larger area. A new sorting mechanism for multi-page lists of search results, as well as a new counter for hits per language... Read more