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  • Lawyers to up spending on cybersecurity

    Lawyers to up spending on cybersecurity

    Oct 23, 2017

    A survey of more than 150 Canadian lawyers shows more than one-third anticipate increasing their spending on cybersecurity in the coming year.

  • 2017 Readers' Choice Awards

    2017 Readers' Choice Awards

    Oct 2, 2017

    Welcome to the third annual Canadian Lawyer Readers’ Choice Awards. This feature is designed to allow you, our readers, to tell us which vendors and suppliers are the best at what they do.

  • Evolving with the times: Top 10 Ontario regional firms

    Evolving with the times: Top 10 Ontario regional firms

    Sep 5, 2017

    Globalization is no longer a theoretical trend for Ontario’s regional firms, but they are uniquely placed to provide value for clients.

  • July 2017 - Compensation growth

    July 2017 - Compensation growth

    Jul 4, 2017

    Lawyer salaries have seen an increase overall, but so have the expectations of those doing the hiring. Prospects appear to be somewhat brighter for lawyers as law firms and legal departments settle into 2017, with many looking to add to their complement of lawyers while also indicating slight increases in compensation. But the environment in which today’s new lawyer works is more demanding than ever.

  • June 2017 - Priced for value

    June 2017 - Priced for value

    Jun 5, 2017

    Canadian Lawyer’s annual Legal Fees Survey shows that the billable hour is far from dead, but it doesn’t hurt to get creative. According to this year’s survey, 53 per cent of respondents have no plans to change their current fees.

  • The chosen alternatives

    The chosen alternatives

    May 15, 2017

    Demand for alternative dispute resolution growing in wake of Jordan. According to the lawyers at the arbitration chambers on the top 10 list who spoke to Canadian Lawyer, we’re on the cusp of an alternative dispute resolution revolution.

  • Evolving with clients - Part 2

    Evolving with clients - Part 2

    May 8, 2017

    Top Personal Injury Boutiques Part 2: Here is the final half of the top 10 personal injury boutiques, listed alphabetically.

  • Evolving with clients - Part 1

    Evolving with clients - Part 1

    May 1, 2017

    From new challenges to old foes, the personal injury bar is nothing if not adaptable. The personal injury bar is facing a host of issues right now. A continuous reduction in accident benefits is a constant challenge, delays in access to the courts because of R. v. Jordan is a significant roadblock and, of course, especially in Ontario, there is the hot-button issue of misleading advertising.

  • Readers' Choice

    Readers' Choice

    Apr 24, 2017

    More than 1,600 readers cast votes for their preferred suppliers and vendors in more than 40 categories.

  • A time of transition - Part 2

    A time of transition - Part 2

    Mar 13, 2017

    This article is a continuation of ''A Time of Transition'' from the March issue of Canadian Lawyer magazine. Click here to read Part 1.

  • A time of transition - Part 1

    A time of transition - Part 1

    Mar 6, 2017

    Significant changes have hit the legal economy in Manitoba and Saskatchewan and out-of-province interest is not abating. A lot has changed since Canadian Lawyer last surveyed top Prairie firms in 2013. This time around, the historical definition of what constitutes a regional firm in the Prairies was updated to allow the inclusion of MLT Aikins LLP and Miller Thomson LLP, both of which have offices in more than one province in Canada.

  • November/December 2016 - Fee discussions shift from AFAs to value

    Jan 3, 2017
  • Fee discussions shift from AFAs to value

    Fee discussions shift from AFAs to value

    Nov 14, 2016

    As in-house counsel continue to experiment with alternative fee arrangements, there has been a shift toward looking more at overall value — whatever fee arrangement is ultimately used.

  • Laser focus

    Laser focus

    Mar 7, 2016

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