Canadian Lawyer

August 2019

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www.lawtimesnews.com 19 CONTENTS 20 LAWYERS NEED TO TAKE CARE AT BORDERS Rules are still not clear on whether privileged information carried on devices is protected from search 22 THAILAND DEATH CASE CAN PROCEED IN ONTARIO The Court of Appeal rules in favour of plaintiffs 24 AUTO INSURANCE DECISION IMPACTS INDUSTRY Insurance bureau supporting attempt to take the matter to Supreme Court of Canada 26 UNCERTAINTY ON INSURANCE COVERAGE AFTER CYBERATTACKS Limited case law available and a need to take a close look at policies, say lawyers 27 INSIDER; BIZARRE BRIEFS Surge in complaints for Ombudsman; man accidentally releaed from jail WELCOME TO our inaugural Law Times supplement in Canadian Lawyer magazine. Many of our readers, especially those in Ontario, will know that Law Times is a sister publication to Canadian Lawyer that covers the Ontario legal scene. As our readers' habits have changed, we evolved and moved to a digital-first approach for our Law Times website, lawtimesnews.com. We have moved away from a weekly print schedule and are now publishing daily news and sending a daily email newsletter with the top headlines. Some of our coverage in Law Times, however, is more analytical and less time sensitive, including our Focus sections. These stories cover legal issues in more depth than a daily turnaround allows. So, we will be including this content, as well as our Insider and Bizarre Briefs, in these pages. This month, we delve into insurance law and international law. Future issues of Law Times in these pages will explore personal injury, family and trusts & estates Law. Enjoy. TORONTO | BARRIE | HAMILTON | KITCHENER 1-866-685-3311 | mcleishorlando.com

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