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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Report on government access to mobility data stresses need to modernize privacy laws: privacy chief

Report on government access to mobility data stresses need to modernize privacy laws: privacy chief

Canada has been relying on mobility data to monitor people's activity during COVID-19 lockdowns

Twelve new judges join Provincial Court of Alberta

Twelve new judges join Provincial Court of Alberta

Alberta created four new judicial positions, filled eight judicial vacancies

PEI Court of Appeal welcomes James Gormley as new chief justice

PEI Court of Appeal welcomes James Gormley as new chief justice

Gormley was a partner at Stewart McKelvey before joining the bench

Manitoba introduces legislation to facilitate international recovery of child, spousal support

Manitoba introduces legislation to facilitate international recovery of child, spousal support

If passed, Manitoba will be the second province in Canada to have such legislation

Receiver not bound by arbitration agreement entered into before company insolvency: Ontario court

Receiver not bound by arbitration agreement entered into before company insolvency: Ontario court

Requiring receiver to commence arbitration proceedings 'unfair' to creditors

Roundup of law firm hires, promotions, departures: May 16, 2022 update

Roundup of law firm hires, promotions, departures: May 16, 2022 update

Gowling WLG, Lavery de Billy, Lerners, McMillan, WeirFoulds made new announcements

Justice Canada partners with Canadian Judicial Council to strengthen judicial independence

Justice Canada partners with Canadian Judicial Council to strengthen judicial independence

Parties signed memoranda of understanding on judicial governance, judicial education

Bennett Jones offers scholarships for aspiring Indigenous, Black, first-generation lawyers

Bennett Jones offers scholarships for aspiring Indigenous, Black, first-generation lawyers

Firm to receive applications for academic year 2022-23 until June 30

Roundup of law firm hires, promotions, departures: May 9, 2022 update

Roundup of law firm hires, promotions, departures: May 9, 2022 update

Ten law firms across Canada made new announcements

Real estate broker still entitled to commission even if buyer fails to complete sale: BC court

Real estate broker still entitled to commission even if buyer fails to complete sale: BC court

Commission clause does not refer to closing or completion, Justice Sheila Tucker said