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Bernise Carolino

Bernise Carolino

Bernise Carolino is a news writer covering the Canadian legal scene. She writes for Canadian Lawyer and Law Times. She is a graduate of the University of the Philippines College of Law.

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McGill law school appoints co-directors of human rights centre

McGill law school appoints co-directors of human rights centre

Ramanujam and Mégret proposed co-directorship to law dean Robert Leckey, who accepted

Roundup of law firm hires, promotions, departures: Jan. 25, 2021 update

Roundup of law firm hires, promotions, departures: Jan. 25, 2021 update

Firms making announcements include Blakes, BLG, Cassels, Cain Lamarre, DuMoulin Black, Fasken

COVID-19 and the courts: Jan. 25 update

COVID-19 and the courts: Jan. 25 update

Today’s roundup for courthouses across Canada

Insurance benefits may be owed post-divorce

Insurance benefits may be owed post-divorce

Ontario ruling emphasizes importance of complying with court-ordered post-separation obligations

Alberta QB justice with niche in commercial and insolvency law retires

Alberta QB justice with niche in commercial and insolvency law retires

Retired justice Juliana Topolniski dubbed as “not one to mince her words”

Personal injury litigation financing company Easy Legal Finance acquires Settlement Lenders

Personal injury litigation financing company Easy Legal Finance acquires Settlement Lenders

Acquisition meant to advance mission to litigation financing on national level

Peter Rizakos joins Champignon Brands as general counsel

Peter Rizakos joins Champignon Brands as general counsel

Rizakos was general counsel for Marret Asset Management and Altamira Investment Services

Sale of Canadian gold miner to Chinese state-owned enterprise rejected on national security grounds

Sale of Canadian gold miner to Chinese state-owned enterprise rejected on national security grounds

Firm bulletin goes over implications of Canada’s decision to prevent foreign acquisition

Ontario case brought by prison inmate states expectations for doctor on patient confidentiality

Ontario case brought by prison inmate states expectations for doctor on patient confidentiality

Doctors urged to arrange for renovation or repair of rooms to ensure privacy

Indigenous org urges Hajdu to boost inmate protections amid COVID-19

Indigenous org urges Hajdu to boost inmate protections amid COVID-19

Federal health officials asked to lead immediate adoption of measures to avoid infections in jails