Despite challenges, Ian McPhail says Canadians should be proud of the commission he led to investigate workplace harassment in the RCMP.
Legal department management and cybersecurity topped the list of concerns in Canadian Lawyer’s Annual Corporate Counsel Survey.
Seven years after four Manitoba indigenous communities were flooded — allegedly by the Manitoba government diverting water from a river to avoid flooding in Winnipeg — a judge has approved a $90-million settlement for those impacted.
As the Queen’s Prison Law Clinic ramps up its mandate to take on more prisoners’ rights test-case litigation, the group already has a significant win under its belt.
Labour & employment boutiques are well positioned to provide value as the law and social norms evolve.
Do your clients have a plan that identifies and addresses cross-border cyber-risks in their businesses? If not, are they OK with being excluded from certain markets due to the cyber-risk they pose?
As 2018 rolls out, what one lawyer terms “cannabis fever” continues to grip Canadian investors, with the market implications of legalizing cannabis shaping up to be one of the key legal risks facing businesses.
Trademark Act amendments are just one of the many changes driving the need for intellectual property boutiques. Since Canadian Lawyer last listed the top intellectual property boutiques, there’s been a lot of change in the area.