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CNESST's online mediation platform

Last March with the Commission des normes, de l’équité, de la santé et de la sécurité au travail (CNESST) to promote online conflict mediation in disputes between employers and non-unionized workers in Quebec. The platform has already taken on its first 42 cases in the midst of the confinement period. A PLATFORM to protect labour […] Read more

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The Condominium Authority Tribunal

Thanks to the PARLe platform, the Condominium Authority Tribunal became in 2017 the first completely online, no-premise tribunal in Canada. This fully digital tribunal has been operating without interruption of service and has continued to deliver its decisions since the beginning of the current health crisis, including two on the 16th and 17th of March respectively. A unique response to the […] Read more

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The OPC-PARLe platform

Since 2016 , the PARLe project of the Office de la protection du consommateur has made it feasible to settle consumer disputes between a consumer and a merchant based in Quebec without a judge. With more than 7800 consumers referred to the platform and a 70% success rate in resolving disputes, the PARLe OPC project has illustrated, long before the current period of confinement, […] Read more

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Launch of the Médicys Platform - www.urgence-mediation.fr.

In response to the COVID-19 health crisis in France, the Centre de médiation Médicys has decided to launch in collaboration with the Cyberjustice Laboratory a free online emergency mediation service on April 1, 2020. As an example, every French tenant or borrower will now be able to negotiate online a staggered payment of their rent […] Read more

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« L’Online Dispute Resolution, un complément indispensable à la justice d'aujourd'hui et de demain »

Pierre Legros, a former trainee at the Cyberjustice Laboratory, highlights in an article published on Village de la justice, the importance of a better access to justice through the development of online dispute resolution platforms. Available in french only  «Partant du principe qu’une plateforme d’ODR serait accessible en tout temps et en tout lieu, elle […] Read more

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Arrivée de Mark Likhten, avocat, au Laboratoire de cyberjustice

This content is not available in the selected language. Nous avons le plaisir d’annoncer l’arrivée de monsieur Mark Likhten, avocat, au Laboratoire de cyberjustice à l’Université de Montréal. Il s’est joint à l’équipe, sous la responsabilité du professeur Karim Benyekhlef, directeur du Laboratoire, le jeudi  23  janvier 2020. À la suite de l’obtention de son baccalauréat à l’Université de Montréal et après avoir effectué […] Read more

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Workshop : CLAUDETTE : Empowering Consumers through Artificial Intelligence

As part of the AI and the Law Series cycle, Mcgill University is hosting Mr. Przemysław Pałka, who will discuss  the possibility of automating the legal assessment of online consumer contracts in terms of service and privacy policies that a person encounters online thanks to the CLAUDETTE Project.    For more information, click here.    […] Read more

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Call for abstracts – Revue Criminologie

The Spring 2021 thematic issue will be edited by Rémi Boivin, a professor at the School of Criminology (Université de Montréal) and Annie Gendron, a researcher at the École Nationale de Police du Québec (the provincial police academy). This thematic issue aims to shift this debate from its current emphasis on police work, to a […] Read more

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Podcast Lexlab – IA, Canada et Avocats

As part of the "Justice and Algorithms" week, the radio program LexLab made an inventory of AI innovations in Canada and particularly in Quebec. This episode brought together around a table, Pr Karim Benyekhlef - director of the Cyberjustice Laboratory - Pr Gregory Lewkowicz - ACT researcher - as well as Pr Marina Teller to discuss […] Read more