Convicted person has right to lesser of two punishments existing at time of commission or sentencing

Majority of court finds that s. 11(1) of Charter confers binary, not global right

True North and Rebel News seek judicial review on press accreditation denial for debates

Right-wing media outlets had Federal Court overrule decision by Leaders’ Debates Commission

White & Case adds 45 to global partnership

French court to decide on unusual “excrement” case… Lawyer sues asset manager alleging “fraternity” culture…

EY Law overtakes PwC in global alternative legal services rankings

EY Law overtakes PwC in global alternative legal services rankings

How much does the GC at News Corp earn?

HSF partner to cycle the length of India next year…

Dentons aims to be "truly national" in US with two mergers

Pinsent Masons launches legal and project management division… Law professor sees no chance of Trump immunity…

Two international firms expand their global footprints

Solicitors profession in England has improved diversity…

Catherine McKenna: A product of her environment

The political tides are always shifting — but the Minister of Environment and Climate Change has her own flow

Police liable for battery, unlawful arrest in Caledonia counter-protest, says SCC

Top court says police can’t arrest those acting lawfully to prevent a breach of peace


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They’re called automobiles for a reason. Mobility is their defining virtue and the reason you need insurance

Are you underinsured?

Insurance is a fact of modern life. You can’t drive a car without it, and no conscientious homeowner would forego it.  But how do you know if you’ve got the right coverage?


Animal rights lawyers appeal to highest court to halt dog's destruction

The Supreme Court will decide how far down a supply chain manufacturers should owe a duty of care

Victims' rights from CICB to VQRP+

Victims of violent crime in Ontario still struggle to get support 50 years after CICB established

Legal Innovation Summit in rural Ontario draws practitioners to a non-wired weekend


2020 Top Intellectual Property Boutiques and Top Labour and Employment boutiques

Canadian Lawyer is looking for input on the best firms specializing in intellectual property and labour and employment law. Voting closes October 18, 2019.
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Innovations in estates law: How legal tech is revolutionizing death

New technologies are just in time for biggest wealth transfer in history

Thinking like an entrepreneur: Cheryl Reicin on founding a cannabis practice at Torys

Reicin has always loved taking a calculated risk and had an eye for a fertile greenfield industry

Considering employees during mergers and acquisitions

With acquisitions come people, and with them matters of salaries, severance, unions and other vendor and acquiror considerations

Digital privacy evolves in class actions

With two recent failed digital privacy class-action certifications, litigators say certification is becoming a higher hurdle to pass