Canadian Lawyer’s 2018 Legal Fees Survey shows some bright spots for law firms despite a highly competitive market.
While venturing out into the real estate market to purchase a new home may seem like a constructive way to start life anew after a marital split, a series of landmines await the unwary divorced person.
Key performance indicators, when done right, should offer a quick snapshot of how to better run your law firm.
Lawyers have several tools to help buyers mitigate unanticipated environmental issues. Environmental contamination has become an increasing concern in real estate and the resulting liabilities could far exceed the original cost of the property.
Law firms are increasingly looking to hire lawyers on a contract or temporary basis.
New restrictions brought in to cool the real estate market are having unintended effects.
Investing in tech has traditionally been a big challenge for small law firms, but new, low-cost solutions may be about to change that.