In November we brought together a cross-section of leading women in litigation, from private practie and in-house, to talk about how they came into the profession they love and the challenegs and changes they have observed as they have risen to the positions they hold today. They discussed the importance of mentors and how they are trying to pay it forward. They also spoke candidly about the myths around women in litigation that linger in 2018.
A Vancouver law firm specializing in construction, real estate and infrastructure law is expanding its operations to Toronto and changing its name to reflect the addition of two high-profile names in construction law.
Randall Hofley has been named general counsel and senior enforcement adviser at the Competition Bureau Legal Services.
Two former Supreme Court of Canada justices have received the Companion of the Order of Canada.
By getting out ahead of its competitors and grabbing immunity first, Loblaw Companies Ltd. has managed to out outwit and outplay its grocery rivals in an alleged bread price-fixing scheme, say competition lawyers watching the drama play out.
Business law firm Aird & Berlis LLP is stepping into the world of artificial intelligence to drive efficiencies in its mergers and acquisitions and real estate group.
The Federal Court of Canada has ruled against a Calgary-based oil and gas services company ensuring there is no monopoly on a fracturing technology used in horizontal drilling and well completion systems in the sector.
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.