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Lexum Trains Federal Courts Staff on Accessibility

Lexum is currently training the personnel of the federal courts of Canada on how to produce accessible decisions and other documents by using word processing software such as Microsoft Word. The training involves the review of the federal courts templates and reports, the provision of an accessible decision preparation guide, as well as the delivery of sessions focusing on the best practices regarding... Read more

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The Supreme Court of Canada and Lexum enter into a long-term partnership

Lexum operates the official decision website of the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) since 1993. Since 2012, the SCC decisions are managed and disseminated by Decisia, Lexum's online tool for decision-making bodies wishing to provide easy and professional access to their decisions from their own website, intranet and extranet. The new partnership agreement ensures the continuity of this service for the... Read more

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The Decisions of the Nova Scotia Courts Now on Decisia

The website of the Courts of Nova Scotia now integrates Decisia for the dissemination of judicial decisions. The decisions of the Court of Appeal, Supreme Court, Provincial Court, Family Court, Small Claims Court, and Probate Court has been migrated to Decisia to improve accessibility directly on the courts website. Read more

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Alberta Insurance Council Decisions now accessible through Decisia

Lexum is proud to announce that decisions from the The Alberta Insurance Council (AIC) are now made available to the public with Decisia. Decisions of the AIC from April 1 st , 2013, are available on the AIC website at http://decisions.abcouncil.ab.ca/site/abic/en/nav.do . The AIC provides investigation and administrative services to the four Insurance Councils of Alberta: The Alberta Insurance Council... Read more

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OyezOyez Contest

This summer, request a free trial of OyezOyez and get the opportunity to win an iPad! To participate: register, try OyezOyez for a period of 30 days and add at least 30 documents during the period. On August 13, 2013 Lexum will draw a winner from all participants. The contest is free and without obligation. The contest is open to municipalities in Quebec and Ontario and participation is limited to 2 participants per municipality. Read more

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OyezOyez Powers CIDCOM: a Website to Understand the Application of West African Regional Law in Côte d'Ivoire

Lexum is proud to announce the launch of CIDCOM a website bridging the gap between regulatory material on economic integration from regional organizations which Côte d'Ivoire is a member of (WAEMU, ECOWAS, and others), as well as the corresponding Ivorian texts of application. Built on the OyezOyez platform from Lexum, CIDCOM aims to assist the quick identification of how regional standards are implemented... Read more

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Federal Websites Standard on Web Accessibility: Lexum is ready for July 31!

The deadline to meet the requirements of the Common Look and Feel (CLF) of the Government of Canada is July 31st, 2013 . With Decisia Lexum already offers an ideal platform for courts and tribunals that must comply with high standards of Web accessiblity. But compliance with the new federal standard requires that each document posted on a website belonging to the Government of Canada meets the requirements... Read more

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CLEBC Launches its Precedent Collection

Lexum recently assisted the Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia (CLEBC) to launch its Precedent Collection , the latest CLEBC online information product. CLEBC clients can now access hundreds of forms and precedents from CLEBC materials in a range of practice areas in one regularly updated online collection. Specific forms or precedents can be found by searching the collection or... Read more