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Lawyers’ Charter challenge allowed in part. This affects the Fed’s Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act, S.C. 2000, c. 17 — specifically, solicitor-client privilege.
One step closer to robot law? Ask the prototype: “Can you terminate an employee without notice if they fail to meet their sales target under the employment contract?” ROSS will understand the question and its context, and within a matter of seconds deliver a number of citations and suggested readings.
Smileys as evidence: Cyberlaw Clinic explains that “context is crucial for understanding just what an alien head might mean.”
Sun-Brite Foods Inc. fined $70,000; worker injured in canning facility
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