INHOUSE CURRENT ISSUE

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April, 2018
  • Litigation transformation in-house

    Insurance companies and other legal departments are beefing up their in-house litigation teams with an eye to gaining greater control in defending matters and pursuing issues proactively on behalf of the organizations they represent.
  • Responding to changing litigation demands

  • Planning for cyber-threats

  • Managing growth and change in-house

    Some days, it can be a challenge for in-house counsel to know where to focus their time, between managing changes to legislation on the labour and employment front in many provinces this year, anticipating the introduction of legalized recreational cannabis and implications for the workplace, to juggling the growth of their own organizations.

DEPARTMENTS

  • Pipeline nightmares

    Pipeline nightmares

    Can Kinder Morgan sway the political day?
  • Growing a GC role

    Growing a GC role

    Combining his interests in law and serving the better good, Mike Anderson has found a home and his calling at non-profit organization WE.
  • Is artificial intelligence going to take my job?

    Is artificial intelligence going to take my job?

    A distinction must be made between looking at AI through the lens of work activities as opposed to jobs.
  • Trans Mountain headed to courts?

    Trans Mountain headed to courts?

    The continuing dispute between British Columbia and Texas pipeline company Kinder Morgan over the proposed $7.4-billion Trans Mountain Pipeline ULC expansion, from Alberta to B.C., is heading to the courts, with one senator urging Ottawa to ask the SCC to decide on the issue.

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