There is much being written and, on occasion, talked about at conferences regarding mental health in the legal profession.
To make change and truly innovate requires focused work researching the possibilities.
For a second time, an arbitrator has ruled in favour of the Ontario Nurses’ Association, ordering a major hospital group in Toronto to rescind its “vaccinate or mask policy.”
A British Columbia man has been awarded six months pay in lieu of notice after being dismissed from a sales job at a company that hired him away from his job and then let him go after just six months of employment.
This week, the City of Toronto is launching various legal challenges to Ontario Premier Doug Ford’s bill to cut the number of councillors by almost half, and some candidates and citizens say Bill 5 is a violation of their Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
Does Canada suffer from a lack of resources to enforce anti-money-laundering regulations?
Three months after its first Indigenous dean of law resigned claiming systemic racism, Lakehead University has embarked on a consultation with faculty in an effort to find a replacement dean for the Bora Laskin School of Law by consulting with its academic community about who should be considered for the role.
Dentons Canada announced Tuesday that 10 individuals from McLean & Kerr LLP, a boutique law firm known in the Toronto market for its commercial real estate and litigation practice, were joining the firm in Toronto.
With its sights set on the U.S. market and nine months after leaving Deloitte LLP, Conduit Law has announced a joint venture with new law pioneer U.K.-based Radiant Law.