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Tuesday, March 6, 2012

ASKBiblitz Consulting Services


Legal research, writing, advocacy at reasonable rates, beginning at $25 per question. Need help with a small claim that's not that small to you? Is a condo council or neighbor owner bullying you? Need help searching your facts, finding a lawyer, communicating with a lawyer to get the biggest bang for your buck, whether, how and to whom you might complain about a lawyer, finding the most appropriate tribunal at which to test your facts? Need someone just to read your complaint? Submit queries to Leo Biblitz at leo@askbiblitz.com. Snappy service!

More about Biblitz at the Biblitz B.C. Law Review, an open group at Facebook, where members are free to submit comments and questions publicly or privately.


Monday, March 5, 2012

GoldMinerPulse Special Research Services

Introducing GoldMinerPulse Special Research Services, including reasonably-priced legal research, writing and advocacy for investors in Canada's booming mining sector. Strategies to protect minority shareholders in business combinations, takeovers - how to attack and prevent insider share trades during these crucial, most often top-secret negotiations, when to call on securities authorities, who are legally obliged to protect informants and the nature of their inquiries. E-mail leo@askbiblitz.com for a quote. 

Follow decisions by Canadian securities authorities concerning miners at Miners at the Commish at Facebook.

Follow decsisions by Canadian courts concerning miners at the Miners in Court Facebook group.



B.C. Long-term Disability Law Blog beginning March 5 2012


The B.C. Long-term Disability Blog is a live, interactive guide to legal decisions, texts and articles about claims for long-term disability benefits both private and public. A must-have search tool for prospective plaintiffs/claimants, who are invited to post questions and comments. Includes tips on how to find a disability/personal injury lawyer with experience winning on similar facts. Biblitz will do it for you, if you like. How to search your facts at the appropriate tribunal so you can set expectations accordingly. Why it's better to lawyer-up early in the claims process and how to manage your interest in a contingency fee contract in which lawyer only gets paid if s/he wins.

Bedside Biblitz

Bedside Biblitz is an interactive blog featuring assorted books, magazines, links and occasionally other blogs, including excerpts and citations. Everything currently tumbling in great piles from the Biblitz night stand. Includes reviews of audio CDs both fiction and non-. From legal and fine arts texts to poems new and old - the manly stuff, anyway. Even if it happens to be written by a post-modernist feminista.

Everyone most WELCOME! Strong opinion, strong drink: mix liberally. This is the Biblitz view.

Condoquest at Facebook, Twitter and Blogger

Condoquest is a daily blog  of case law, news stories and commentary about all aspects of strata / condominium ownership and governance in British Columbia and the effects of a now decades-old leaky condo epidemic affecting high- and low-rise condos and co-ops as well as many brand new single-family dwellings. Visitors are invited to post questions and comments at the Condoquest Facebook Group. Everyone most WELCOME! 

The Biblitz B.C. Law Review at Facebook, Twitter, now at Blogger


The Biblitz B.C. Law Review is an interactive blog of decisions by the B.C. law courts and administrative tribunals. Includes fully-linked, judgments, news stories, commentary and assorted legal authorities - anything to broaden public discussion about how our democratic system does or does not work and if not, how to fix it. Everyone is invited to post questions and comments at the Biblitz B.C. Law Review Facebook Group, open group at Facebook.  

Advancing Education


Advancing Education is an interactive log of issues, news stories, reviews, such as the 34-page report on the B.C. Teachers Federation (BCTF) by Victoria lawyer Don Avison, scholarly texts, commentary and legal decisions about all aspects of education in British Columbia - sometimes beyond.