November/December 2015 • Volume 39, Issue 11
Written by Mark CardwellIssue Date: November 2015Lu Chan Khuong is one tough cookie. Three days and 21 interviews after her resignation from the top job at…
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Written by Jennifer BrownIssue Date: November 2015If it seems like everywhere you go these days someone is talking about alternative fee arrangements, you’re not alone. It’s…
- Subtitle 2015 Canadian Lawyer Corporate Counsel Survey
Written by Yamri TaddeseIssue Date: November 2015Forensic DNA testing often conjures up an image of technicians armed with pipets, looking gravely into mysterious blue fluids, and…
- Subtitle Legal Report: Criminal & Forensics
Written by Michael McKiernanIssue Date: November 2015Looking for an unscrupulous lawyer to help you bypass some bureaucratic red tape? Gambled away the firm’s money on a dodgy tip? Accidentally sexually harassed an underling? Maybe deliberately? You need Bad Legal LLP, the straight-talking law firm taking the Canadian legal world by storm on Twitter.
- Subtitle Cross Examined
Written by Dera J. NevinIssue Date: November 2015In January 2011, I wrote “Taming e-discovery anxiety.” In the five years since, I have written 29 articles to de-mystify e-discovery and provide a language and common framework to improve general understanding of the basic process and mechanics of e-discovery. Generally, the source of my inspiration was questions from readers…
Written by Gail J. CohenIssue Date: November 2015"Get naked and be a pig.” You’re not going to get much more vivid advice from an in-house client on what their expectations for service are.