April 21, 2014
An Alberta oilfield equipment company has been fined $90,000 for attempting to send a shipment of parts to Iran and violating federally imposed sanctions against that country. It is the first Canadian company to be sanctioned for exports to Iran.
April 21, 2014
Regular readers will know well the challenges facing today’s general counsel. After all, much has been written about them and, more significantly, you live them each day.
April 14, 2014
When it comes to high-stakes litigation in-house counsel play a critical role in the outcome but experts say they need to know the important steps in the battle plan.
April /May 2014, Volume 9 • Issue 2
Written by Vawn HimmelsbachIssue Date: March 2014A decade ago, having a conversation about pensions was rather yawn-inducing. Now, it’s a political hot potato, up for much…
Written by Shane SchickIssue Date: March 2014Don’t think of it as a data centre, especially if the complexities of procuring information technology infrastructure and establishing an…
Issue Date: March 2014
For in-house counsel in Manitoba and Saskatchewan, growth and regulatory change are the top drivers dictating the kind of work…
Julia Shin Doi had been in-house counsel for 10 years at York University when the general counsel position at Ryerson…
- Subtitle Editor's Box
Written by Jim MiddlemissIssue Date: March 2014Bert Clark has a deadline to meet, and it can’t be missed.
- Subtitle Industry Spotlight
Lawyers in private practice largely prove their worth and are compensated by logging billable hours and solving client problems. Rarely…
- Subtitle Law Department Management
Written by Charlotte SantryIssue Date: March 2014Mary Ellen Bench says she can count on one hand the number of days she hasn’t wanted to come into…
- Subtitle Professional Profile
Written by Joe BradfordIssue Date: March 2014I like Star Trek. So when the character Khan showed up in Star Trek: Into the Darkness, I knew this…
- Subtitle In Closing
RT @DarrelPink: @MEKowalski @nslegal @CanLawMag I don't think there's any basis for that conclusion. The FLSC and the law societies are str…
RT @pauldalyesq: Why TWU would face an uphill challenge if it took Ontario's legal regulator to court for refusing accreditation http://t.c…
RT @chelseyroy: @CanLawMag this is a very important question that the FLSC will likely be required to deal with now that one society has di…
RT @TOMobileLawyer: @LawTimes @LegalFeedsblog twu and bc law society just got bullied and served by lsuc. There has got to be a better way…
What happens now? If you have a #TWU law degree you can practise in some provinces but not Ontario? Hello mobility agreement? Hmm.