Canadian Lawyer survey says 50% of firms said they stopped hiring associates during pandemic

‘It's easiest to despair when it feels like everything is riding on what happens tomorrow’

Federal Court of Appeal takes novel approach to granting interveners’ motions

Justice David Stratas groups interveners, orders them to file one memorandum of fact and law each

Liability claims prominent among COVID insurance litigation wave: lawyer

A global pandemic is called a ‘clash event’ in insurance, similar to a run on a bank, says lawyer

COVID-19 and the courts: July 6 update

Latest update for courthouses across Canada

Top Corporate and Immigration Law Boutiques survey closes Friday

Last chance to take part in Canadian Lawyer’s survey

Online mediation provides opportunities for gender neutrality

ODR could move beyond tick boxes, formal salutations, new research says

Counterfeit products and websites on the rise amid COVID-19

Manufacturers can counteract trend in several ways, including registering trademarks with customs

Roundup of law firm resources on COVID-19: July 3 update

This week’s update on resources shared by law firms addressing the COVID-19 crisis

IBA urges governments to take immediate action to dismantle systemic discrimination among police

Canada must fully collaborate with, not just consult, Indigenous peoples for this plan, IBA said


Corporate and other redemptions

Use of corporate cash to fund redemptions can raise questions about priorities, fiduciary

Robust police services still needed to protect public, domestic assault victims, says John Silvester

Restructuring legal markets: Brace yourself

Global response to COVID-19 proves false the notion that change is slow, writes Heather Suttie

Canadian Centre for Cyber Security releases guidelines for acquiring secure cloud services


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Incoming: a COVID-19 employment law litigation wave

Employment lawyers predict a surge in litigation after COVID cost-cutting

‘Broken system’: Lawyers fighting for reform in retirement homes and long-term care facilities

Thousands of COVID deaths have highlighted systemic flaws in elder care, say lawyers

Investing personal injury settlements in a volatile market

For claimants looking to invest settlements, structures contrast with whipsawing markets