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Pierre-Paul
Lemyre
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Pierre-Paul
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Connecting Public and Private Legal Information Part II: Linking your Legal Citations to CanLII Material

A month ago, I introduced Lexum’s first step in providing Knowledge Management as a Service (KMaaS) via Lexbox. This development has made it possible for Lexbox users to start searching their own documents alongside the public legal information made available on the CanLII website. This post covers the upcoming release of the second feature tied […] Read more

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Pierre-Paul
Lemyre
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The First Nations Gazette Now Powered by Decisia and Qweri

The First Nations Gazette (FNG) recently released a modernized website leveraging Lexum’s solutions for providing online access to its various components. The FNG database is composed of the following data: Part I: First Nation public notices and notices relating to Aboriginal matters by other governments and organizations made available via Decisia. Part II: Enacted First […] Read more

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Pierre-Paul
Lemyre
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Ivan
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KM-as-a-Service

Knowledge management (KM) professionals know that there are several elements that will make or break the success of a KM initiative. One such element is mostly humans: Will the lawyers in your organization actually adopt the industry leading enterprise search system that you are spending big bucks on? At the same time, anyone who has […] Read more

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Pierre-Paul
Lemyre

Working on An Online System for your Court or Adjudicative Body? Connect it to Decisia for Easy Online Publishing

In the context of the current sanitary crisis, many courts, tribunals, and agencies are looking at solutions to quickly move a portion of their traditional activities to the online world. If you are working on or simply thinking about such a project, you are probably considering off-the-shelve options involving the least possible coding. So, when […] Read more