When University of Toronto alumni donated $1 million to create bursaries for indigenous students at the university’s faculty of law, Amanda Carling, a Métis lawyer, Faculty of Law alumna and manager of indigenous Initiatives at the Faculty of Law, says she was “gobsmacked.”
A court challenge has been launched against Quebec’s controversial Bill 62, which came into force Oct. 18.
Businesses developing new cannabis varieties should look into patent, trade secret or plant breeders’ rights protections for their product — and the earlier the better.
The Aspire Legal Access Initiative is out to challenge the status quo of the delivery of legal services.
The federal government released a draft of its planned legal limits for drivers under the influence of drugs, but criminal lawyer Kyla Lee has doubts about how well the legislation will hold up against constitutional challenges.
Sears Canada announced its intention to apply to the Ontario Superior Court of Justice for approval to begin liquidating its remaining 130 stores and assets, potentially as soon as Oct. 19.
A recent decision of the Law Society Tribunal has revoked the licence of an Ontario lawyer on the basis of conduct unbecoming a barrister or solicitor and being ungovernable.
Wills and estates lawyers are developing practical guidelines to manage Canada’s aging population.
The Ontario Court of Appeal has overturned manslaughter convictions for two co-appellants following a rare concession by the Crown.
Law students from the IP Osgoode Innovation Clinic, in collaboration with lawyers from Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP’s IP group, will offer pro bono one-to-one intellectual property advice at an upcoming Ask the Expert program.