Lucy Saddleton

Lucy Saddleton

Lucy Saddleton is a journalist at Key Media, primarily responsible for writing and editing print and web content for Canadian Lawyer InHouse magazine.

lucy.saddleton@keymedia.com

Gathering social media as evidence in e-discovery

Gathering social media as evidence in e-discovery

Planning and executing a strategy for managing online evidence requires a strong discovery plan

Promoting diversity in legal departments: Q&A with Kikelomo Lawal

Promoting diversity in legal departments: Q&A with Kikelomo Lawal

Interac’s chief legal officer and corporate secretary shares her strategies for overcoming stereotypes

Canada-U.S. trade partnership is set to flourish, says trade lawyer

Canada-U.S. trade partnership is set to flourish, says trade lawyer

General counsel will need to prepare for changes ahead by understanding global supply and value chains and monitoring compliance procedures

CLOC launches community for law firm legal ops

CLOC launches community for law firm legal ops

New community aims to bridge gap between in-house lawyers and law firm members

Canadian Lawyer InHouse announces winners of 2019 Innovatio Awards

Canadian Lawyer InHouse announces winners of 2019 Innovatio Awards

Winners include the City of Toronto, SickKids Foundation, BMO and Interac

Canadian Lawyer InHouse announces winners of 2019 Innovatio Awards

Canadian Lawyer InHouse announces winners of 2019 Innovatio Awards

Winners include the City of Toronto, SickKids Foundation, BMO and Interac

Daniel Bourque elected chair of CCCA

Daniel Bourque elected chair of CCCA

Boosting membership in Quebec and leveraging global initiatives among Bourque’s goals

CBA announces Vivene Salmon as president

CBA announces Vivene Salmon as president

Salmon is one of only two presidents to serve from the in-house counsel community in 123 years – and the first president of colour

Changes to anti-money laundering rules create uncertainties and capture virtual currencies

Changes to anti-money laundering rules create uncertainties and capture virtual currencies

Financial entities must revamp policies and procedures to adhere to new regulations

Supreme Court of Canada considers litigation funding for the first time

Supreme Court of Canada considers litigation funding for the first time

An appeal will be heard in a case funded by Bentham IMF, sparking hope for greater clarity in litigation finance