Denise Dwyer is using her racialized experience to find solutions for black and indigenous youth.
McCarthy Tétrault LLP lawyer Paul Boniferro is taking on the role of deputy attorney general of Ontario effective Jan. 3, 2018 for a two-year term.
Lawyers from Canada’s top law firms, in-house legal departments and companies top this year’s Women’s Executive Network list of Canada’s Most Powerful Women.
Members of the Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers concerned about the backlash against the Law Society of Upper Canada’s statement of principles are being encouraged to show benchers their strength in numbers by attending Convocation Dec. 1.
The role of legal operations is getting a lot of attention these days as organizations such as the Corporate Legal Operations Consortium pushes the job title to new and powerful levels, and law firms are taking notice.
Legal departments are showing themselves to be cost effective, but they are still sending out a good portion of work to external providers, according to a survey from the Corporate Legal Operations Consortium.
Dentons has launched a new consulting service to address the “business pain points” and management issues faced by in-house counsel.
Are Canadian in-house legal teams and law firms ready to embrace commercial litigation insurance products? A new entry to the market thinks so and says such litigation finance options could help turn some in-house teams into profit centres.
Regulatory requirements in Canada have wide-reaching effects for business and will continue to ramp up in 2018, potentially impacting cross-border competitiveness. We take a look at the issues that challenge business for the year ahead.
It used to be that alternative or “appropriate” fee arrangements were the common subject matter of in-house counsel conference seminars, but over the last few years the mechanics around the various AFAs out there have given way, it seems, to a more hefty discussion on more thought-out budgets and project management.