Aidan Macnab

Aidan Macnab

Aidan Macnab is Canada Editor - Law for Key Media’s legal publications including Canadian Lawyer, Law Times, and Lexpert.

Aidan is a graduate of the Ryerson School of Journalism.

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Split SCC confirms Ontario court ruling not to take jurisdiction in international child-custody case

Split SCC confirms Ontario court ruling not to take jurisdiction in international child-custody case

Children were wrongfully brought to Canada and would not face serious harm if returned to UAE: court

In ruling on disclosure of airplane cockpit voice recordings, SCC considers pilot privacy

In ruling on disclosure of airplane cockpit voice recordings, SCC considers pilot privacy

Case centred on whether Transportation Safety Board could give in camera submissions on disclosure

Clio launches new e-payments platform in Canada

Clio launches new e-payments platform in Canada

Clio Payments will enhance access to justice for low-income Canadians, says chief technology officer

Revamp of federal privacy law fails to fix deficiencies in current legislation: Citizen Lab report

Revamp of federal privacy law fails to fix deficiencies in current legislation: Citizen Lab report

Report recommends Ottawa reform socially beneficial purpose exemption to de-identified data sharing

Legal tech company launches free CPD-accredited Microsoft Word training courses

Legal tech company launches free CPD-accredited Microsoft Word training courses

Word is a piece of legal technology that every lawyer uses, says CiteRight CEO Aaron Wenner

In plastics patent case, SCC clarifies the calculation of profits awarded for infringement

In plastics patent case, SCC clarifies the calculation of profits awarded for infringement

Court found 'springboard profits,' profits earned after patent expiry, are also owed to patent holder

Supreme Court of Canada rules on correct interpretation of provisions in Quebec’ Taxation Act

Supreme Court of Canada rules on correct interpretation of provisions in Quebec’ Taxation Act

Court finds $3 million in stock options gifted to charity was taxable income

As legal scholarship explores Indigenous law, new book grapples with cultural appropriation dilemma

As legal scholarship explores Indigenous law, new book grapples with cultural appropriation dilemma

Anthology includes essays by 15 Indigenous and non-Indigenous academics of various disciplines

How digital legal tools are enhancing legal practices

How digital legal tools are enhancing legal practices

Data is driving how lawyers provide more efficient services to clients

Pandemic served as lesson for Lawson Lundell to sharpen focus on wellness, diversity and inclusion

Pandemic served as lesson for Lawson Lundell to sharpen focus on wellness, diversity and inclusion

Two partners discussed the firm's business, hiring trends, COVID, economic outlook, and the future