While there is no one-size-fits-all approach to intellectual property management, a new study says having an integrated IP strategy is vital for companies that create innovative products.
When lawyer Young Lee first saw someone lying on the pavement in North York’s Mel Lastman Square, he wondered if there had been a shooting.
But it soon became clear that something else had happened.
Young Women in Law held its eighth annual charity gala in Toronto Wednesday evening. Author Margaret Atwood was the event’s keynote speaker this year and proceeds went to “After Me Too” which has partnered with the Canadian Women’s Foundation to create a fund that provides support services to victims of sexual violence.
Lawyers say that while a new bill being proposed in the Ontario legislature that would open the door to climate change litigation is unlikely to pass, it provides a road map for other governments to pass similar legislation in the future.
A tribunal panel heard Jeremy Diamond’s appeal Wednesday morning of a finding that he had failed to co-operate with a Law Society of Ontario investigation.
Retired Supreme Court chief justice Beverley McLachlin has been appointed to Hong Kong’s Court of Final Appeal.
The Supreme Court of Canada has denied leave to Merchant Law Group LLP to appeal a decision concerning a fraud action the government brought against the firm.
An Ontario judge has stayed a proposed class action lawsuit brought against Uber by its own drivers in favour of arbitration in the Netherlands.
As the Law Society of Ontario has endorsed a proposal to create a new law school at Ryerson University, some lawyers are questioning whether the province needs more law students at a time when there is a shortage of articling positions.