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Elizabeth Raymer

Elizabeth Raymer

Elizabeth Raymer is a Senior Editor for Key Media's Law print and media publications, notably Canadian Lawyer and Lexpert, where her beats include the Supreme Court of Canada and the federal and Quebec affairs. She has two decades of experience in national journalism, starting as a legal journalist for The Lawyers Weekly and subsequently freelancing for other legal publications. She has also worked as an editor for all three daily broadsheets in Toronto and for Rogers Publishing.

She graduated from the University of Toronto with a degree in Women's Studies and Literature and holds a master's degree in Journalism from the University of Western Ontario.

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Federal Court of Appeal affirms summary judgment in patent prosecutions

Federal Court of Appeal affirms summary judgment in patent prosecutions

Court also upholds interpretation of file wrapper estoppel in precedent-setting case

Post-pandemic litigation may include remote will witnessing

Post-pandemic litigation may include remote will witnessing

Other trends in will and estates: planning for tax increases, and First Nations trusts litigation

Quebec litigator values work-life balance

Quebec litigator values work-life balance

Valérie Lemaire received The Advocates’ Society’s Excellence in Mentoring Award 2020 for Quebec

What 2021 will see in litigation trends: Canadian Law Awards winner Linda Plumpton of Torys LLP

What 2021 will see in litigation trends: Canadian Law Awards winner Linda Plumpton of Torys LLP

COVID-19 fallout already resulting in claims against nursing homes, airlines, and for failed mergers

Jordan case and medical negligence claim are first appeals in SCC's winter session

Jordan case and medical negligence claim are first appeals in SCC's winter session

Supreme Court will hear 17 appeals: seven criminal and 10 civil

Former federal government executive Simon Coakeley named CBA’s CEO

Former federal government executive Simon Coakeley named CBA’s CEO

Coakeley, a lawyer, will take up his position on Feb. 1

Increased taxes, new anti-avoidance rules may be on Canada's 2021 tax agenda

Increased taxes, new anti-avoidance rules may be on Canada's 2021 tax agenda

Revenue-raising measures, limiting deduction of interest are in law firm's outlook

SCC Rules are amended to simplify leave applications, use less paper

SCC Rules are amended to simplify leave applications, use less paper

All applications for leave to appeal must now be filed in a fully electronic format

Quebec lockdown, COVID-19 creates urgency to adapt labour/employment policy

Quebec lockdown, COVID-19 creates urgency to adapt labour/employment policy

Now is the time for employers and government to revise policies, says Montreal employment lawyer

Renowned litigator and advocate Ronald Slaght has retired

Renowned litigator and advocate Ronald Slaght has retired

Lenczner Slaght co-founder described as 'ferocious advocate' who developed Principles of Civility