APRIL 2017 • Volume 41, Issue 4
Written by Elizabeth RaymerIssue Date: April 2017Expert witnesses in valuation disputes make common mistakes and assumptions that can be drawn out in cross-examination.
- Subtitle Legal Report: Litigation
Written by Luis MillanIssue Date: April 2017AI will change the legal profession, just not how you are expecting.
- Subtitle Cover Story
Written by donalee MoultonIssue Date: April 2017Collegiality is evident throughout the profession, but competition for work is still fierce.
- Subtitle Halifax City Report
Written by Mallory HendryIssue Date: April 2017Lawyers are cautiously optimistic that the Liberals can continue their positive momentum.
- Subtitle Legal Report: Immigration
Written by Marg. BruinemanIssue Date: April 2017Agreements between landlords and businesses are becoming increasingly complex as retail and other business needs evolve.
- Subtitle Real Estate
Written by Jennifer BrownIssue Date: April 2017Toronto criminal lawyer Chris Murphy is seeking justice for the family of a Saskatchewan First Nations man who was fatally shot last August.
- Subtitle Cross Examined
Written by Monica GoyalIssue Date: April 2017Buying technology without a plan is a recipe for failure.
Written by Jim MiddlemissIssue Date: April 2017When national law firm Heenan Blaikie LLP blew up in early 2014, I covered the story for Canadian Lawyer, writing about a Frankenstorm of events that caused the firm’s demise.
Written by Tim WilburIssue Date: April 2017When we look back at 2017, will we describe it as an age of anxiety? It certainly feels that way at the moment.