Record general damages award in Alberta sexual harassment case a 'message' to employers: lawyers

Allegations must be taken seriously with thorough investigation

Evisort’s general counsel Margaret Minister on how technology is attracting more in-house lawyers

Lawyer's interest partly because of agility, remote-friendliness, and business mindset

New communication tools have helped collaboration in the legal workplace, webinar attendees told

Lawyers, consultants say pandemic has led to improved communication

Two BC lawyers disbarred a second time as regulator seeks public’s confidence in discipline process

Peter Hart 'exploited client' while Aaron Lessing is found 'ungovernable'

Federal Court of Appeal rejects telecom company’s application contesting validity of tax assessments

Judicial review application sought declarations that are 'of no practical effect,' court says

Ontario Court of Appeal refuses to award costs of abandoned appeal; plaintiff unable to pay

Plaintiff failed to appear in court but costs award would have 'deleterious effect'

Monitoring doctor who issued improper COVID-19 exemption letters reasonable: Ontario Court of Appeal

Public's confidence in justice system, disciplinary methods of physicians' regulatory body at stake

Regular exercise not inconsistent with limitations in personal injury case: BC Court of Appeal

Difficulty reconciling workouts with physical incapacity did not undermine victim's credibility


Judges are ordering unwarranted or overly broad injunctions to 'tame' the internet's wild west

My recipe for justice reform success in Ontario

Doug Ford did not implement meaningful changes before, here's hoping he doesn't fail us again

Working from home is a career killer for lawyers

Relationships are crucial in the legal profession. They develop the best face to face, writes GC Fernando Garcia

It is time to wrest control from an institution more interested in protecting itself than women


Why Sara Forte wants to share how to find happiness in the law

Forte launched her own firm and thinks unhappy lawyers need more stories about fulfilling careers

How Mitch Frazer helped launch a law school, aging institute, and grew a pensions practice at Torys

Frazer grew up in modest circumstances and has been committed to education throughout his career

If you have a mental illness, is it safe to tell an employer?

Bosses must accommodate a mental health issue

Law firms have historic opportunity to double down on innovative use of space: office designer

Cassels says it chose to maximize client and wellness space in new Toronto office despite pandemic


Corrs assists Canadian company on Stilmark acquisition

The deal bolsters OMERS Infrastructure's position as Australia's third largest telecom tower owner

Sidley expands private equity practice with hire of partner Tony Downes

Downes has held several roles in the sports industry

DLA Piper launches global partnership with the UN Refugee Agency

Partnership will focus on the co-development of innovative responses to the refugee crisis

Dentons launches digital antitrust verticals comparison tool

Tool allows businesses to review supply agreements