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  • Zoupio new platform for AQTIS agreements

    09.05.2016
    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 Zoupio as the online delivery platform for its collective agreements. You can access AQTIS agreements at: www.aqtis.qc.ca/en/relations/agreements/ Zoupio will allow AQTIS members and representative to add notes and collaborate on agreements, in turn enabling AQTIS to track the goings-on of alive agreements and prepare efficiently for future negotiations. AQTIS represents approximately 4,500 freelance professionals in more than 134 trades...
  • Lexbox: Now Out of Beta Phase

    29.04.2016
    We are excited to announce that Lexbox is now officially out of its open beta phase. Released July 2015, Lexbox has changed the way we research freely accessible online legal materials. Lexbox has continued to push forward its promise of convenience, and the statistics show. In just nine months, Lexbox has grown in the following ways: Over 1,000 users Over 10,000 documents saved Over 1,400 alerts created Over 45,000 sessions opened on supported sites. Lexbox continues to improve the way legal practitioners keep track of their research, and we are excited by what is coming next!
  • Decisia 4.0: New UI and so much more

    24.04.2016
    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...
  • Additional Content from Quebec on the CAIJ and CanLII Websites

    05.04.2016
    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)...
  • CSN Adopts Decisia for its Internal Bank of Precedents

    17.02.2016
    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 by Lexum to the CSN will allow the legal department staff to perform combined advanced legal research in both this corpus and CanLII. CSN is a Canadian federation of unions founded in 1921 and...
  • Zoupio 1.11 Now Available

    10.02.2016
    Lexum is pleased to announce Zoupio 1.11. Here's what's new: Redesigned Dashboard The Zoupio 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 (for multilingual accounts) are now available. Transition from recent notes to the document body is also made easier with deep linking. Improved Database Search When searching in the entire...
  • Lexbox Featured on LawSites

    05.01.2016
    Lexbox is featured on the well-known LawSites blog, written by Robert Ambrogi: Lexbox Organizes and Monitors Canadian Legal Research Mr. Ambrogi is an accomplished lawyer and consultant who has been writing and speaking about the Internet, social media and legal technology for nearly 20 years. LawSites has earned Mr. Ambrogi several awards, most recently winning the “Friend of the North Award” at the 2015 Clawbies - the Canadian Law Blog Awards. Mr. Ambrogi has significant influence on both sides of the border. This is an honour for the Lexbox team. Please check out the article, and follow...
  • Zoupio to Improve Access to Legislative Information in the Caribbean

    19.11.2015
    The Improved Access to Justice in the Caribbean - IMPACT Justice Project – selected Zoupio as the online delivery platform for the Consolidated Indexes of Statutes and Subsidiary Legislation from 16 Caribbean countries. The upcoming website will provide subscribing legal practitioners and libraries with instant access to exhaustive consolidated tables of legislative amendments, the vast majority of which are up-to-date: Anguilla (2003) Antigua and Barbuda (2015) The Bahamas (2015) Barbados (2015) Belize (2015) British Virgin Islands (2015) Cayman Islands (2014) Dominica (2015) Grenada (2014)...
  • The Northwest Territories Courts Now Using Decisia

    04.11.2015
    Lexum is excited to share that Northwest Territories (NWT) Courts are now using Decisia to run their decisions website. Decisia was selected to improve access to decisions from the Court of Appeal, the Supreme Court, the Territorial Court, as well as the Youth Justice Court. Users can access all NWT Court decisions from the official web site of the courts . In upgrading from its former platform to Decisia, the new and improved NWT Courts decisions website feature s : Several new search fields under the advanced search option Previews in the search results list Highlighting of keywords in the...
  • Decisia 3.15: Now Mobile-Friendly and More

    29.10.2015
    Lexum is proud to announce the newly updated Decisia 3.15. Users will discover that Decisia’s smartphone capabilities and product's documentation have been improved in the following ways: Mobile Version Decisia’s interfaces and documents have been optimized for use on mobile devices. When on a Decisia-powered site on a smartphone, controls and functionality will adapt for better use on a small screen (responsive design). Users still have the option to switch to the desktop version at all times. Interactive Product Documentation Decisia’s documentation for administrators and editors is now...

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