Aidan Macnab

Aidan Macnab

Aidan Macnab is an Associate Editor for Key Media’s legal publications including Canadian Lawyer, Law Times, and Lexpert. He's responsible for interviewing and profiling the most influential lawyers in the Canadian legal industry.

Aidan is a graduate of Ryerson School of Journalism with specialties that include sports writing, politics, magazine-style features, and survey-content curation.

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COVID-19 causing delays in merger review process: Competition Bureau

COVID-19 causing delays in merger review process: Competition Bureau

Watchdog adapting priorities to address issues associated with pandemic

How does the COVID-19 criminal trials shutdown affect Charter rights of those awaiting trial?

How does the COVID-19 criminal trials shutdown affect Charter rights of those awaiting trial?

Courts across Canada have announced the adjournment of all non-urgent matters

COVID-19 court closures forcing long-overdue use of technology, say lawyers

COVID-19 court closures forcing long-overdue use of technology, say lawyers

Courts are implementing video and telephone conferencing as well as remote filing

Legal casebook publisher offering students free access to ebooks in wake of COVID-19

Legal casebook publisher offering students free access to ebooks in wake of COVID-19

Many students have lost access to course materials due to campus closures

How COVID-19 is forcing Canadian law schools to transition to online learning

How COVID-19 is forcing Canadian law schools to transition to online learning

Among the changes, the Indigenous Law Centre Summer Program has been cancelled for the fall semester

Immigration lawyers on COVID-19 travel restrictions

Immigration lawyers on COVID-19 travel restrictions

Guidance on travel restrictions has been confusing, say lawyers

Class action sought against Insurance Corporation of British Columbia and province

Class action sought against Insurance Corporation of British Columbia and province

Plaintiffs allege the auto-insurer made payments to the province for insured’s medical care

Overcoming gendered expectations: former managing partner on the empowerment in declining new term

Overcoming gendered expectations: former managing partner on the empowerment in declining new term

After leading her firm for 6 years, Micheline Gravelle recently stepped down as managing partner

B.C. Court rules in favour of Amazon arbitration clause

B.C. Court rules in favour of Amazon arbitration clause

Plaintiff unsuccessfully argued facts were similar to Heller v. Uber, which is before the SCC

Ottawa hosting Métis conference on self-government

Ottawa hosting Métis conference on self-government

'First-of-its-kind conference comes year after signing of Métis self-government agreements