Katrina Eñano

Katrina Eñano

Katrina Eñano is a writer for Key Media's legal publications, including Canadian Lawyer, Law Times, Australasian Lawyer and NZ Lawyer. She obtained her law degree from the Angeles University Foundation School of Law in 2018.  

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Roundup of law firm hires, promotions, departures: Sept. 26, 2022 update

Roundup of law firm hires, promotions, departures: Sept. 26, 2022 update

Eighteen law firms made new announcements

Privacy commissioner raises concern over proposed online streaming bill

Privacy commissioner raises concern over proposed online streaming bill

Commissioner identified privacy issues that might arise from discoverability provisions in the bill

Canadian Securities Administrators adopts streamlined capital-raising option for listed issuers

Canadian Securities Administrators adopts streamlined capital-raising option for listed issuers

Exemption to reduce costs for issuers raising smaller amounts of capital through public markets

Provincial Court of Manitoba welcomes Lee Ann Martin as associate chief judge

Provincial Court of Manitoba welcomes Lee Ann Martin as associate chief judge

Martin stepped into her new role on September 14

Alberta intervenes in lawsuit challenging Canada’s decision to label plastics as ‘toxic substances’

Alberta intervenes in lawsuit challenging Canada’s decision to label plastics as ‘toxic substances’

Province says decision constitutes an unconstitutional intrusion into provincial jurisdiction

Federal Court launches pilot project for online access to court records

Federal Court launches pilot project for online access to court records

The pilot project began operating on September 12

Roundup of law firm hires, promotions, departures: Sept. 19, 2022 update

Roundup of law firm hires, promotions, departures: Sept. 19, 2022 update

Ten law firms made new announcements

New, low-cost national flood insurance program needed in Canada: report

New, low-cost national flood insurance program needed in Canada: report

Total residential flood risk in Canada estimated at $2.9 billion per year

Canadian Bar Association’s Alberta branch names Amanda Lindberg as new president

Canadian Bar Association’s Alberta branch names Amanda Lindberg as new president

Lindberg practises at Bruyer & Mackay LLP in Edmonton

BC signs ‘landmark’ agreement with S’ólh Téméxw Stewardship Alliance to protect heritage sites

BC signs ‘landmark’ agreement with S’ólh Téméxw Stewardship Alliance to protect heritage sites

The agreement sees legal protection added for 45 heritage sites across Stó:lō Nation territory