Zena Olijnyk

Zena Olijnyk

Zena Olijnyk has worked in all areas of media, from print newspapers and magazines to radio and television. At Canadian Lawyer, she focuses on reporting on legal stories out of Western Canada and the Atlantic provinces, as well as stories related to mergers and acquisitions and dealmaking. She has worked at the Canadian Broadcasting Corp., Bloomberg/Business News Network, MergerMarket group (now Acuris), Canadian Business Magazine, the Financial Post, The Winnipeg Free Press and The Regina Leader Post. She enjoys writing about court decisions and the ins and outs of M&A, but she also loves writing about the personalities, firms, and issues that make up the legal profession.

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The 'Paisley snail' again emerges as legal community celebrates Donoghue case of spoiled ginger beer

The 'Paisley snail' again emerges as legal community celebrates Donoghue case of spoiled ginger beer

Canadians featured in global conference on famed litigation that modernized negligence in Common Law

Winners in corporate deals categories shine at Canadian Law Awards

Winners in corporate deals categories shine at Canadian Law Awards

Five awards given for capital markets, infrastructure, insolvency, mid-market, and deal of the year

Law Society of Manitoba will focus on Indigenous issues and access to justice: new president and VP

Law Society of Manitoba will focus on Indigenous issues and access to justice: new president and VP

Sacha Paul is the LSM's first Indigenous president

Court of Queen's Bench judge rules Manitoba misused benefits meant for children in foster care

Court of Queen's Bench judge rules Manitoba misused benefits meant for children in foster care

Sides with Indigenous groups who argued the money was misappropriated to reduce province's costs

Lawyer Paul Bain on the love of art – and art law

Lawyer Paul Bain on the love of art – and art law

Dickinson Wright partner publishes new book looking at business, tax, and IP issues related to art

Law Society of B.C. tribunal decides in closed prehearing to hold full hearing away from public eye

Law Society of B.C. tribunal decides in closed prehearing to hold full hearing away from public eye

Lawyer Carey Linde faces allegations he broke professional conduct rules in transgender case

Competition bureau application to stop Rogers-Shaw deal reflects concern for wireless sector: lawyer

Competition bureau application to stop Rogers-Shaw deal reflects concern for wireless sector: lawyer

Problems to getting deal done are 'solvable' says Cassels' Michael Osborne

Immigration lawyers must prepare for the coming 'tsunami' of application processing technology

Immigration lawyers must prepare for the coming 'tsunami' of application processing technology

Partners at Greenberg Hameed PC say Ottawa is already looking at AI-based software

Law enforcement use of facial-recognition technology must be limited: Privacy Commissioner of Canada

Law enforcement use of facial-recognition technology must be limited: Privacy Commissioner of Canada

Daniel Therrien says new law must be explicit on how police use facial recognition

Using omnibus budget bill to pass Competition Act changes 'snuffs out' debate, consultation: lawyers

Using omnibus budget bill to pass Competition Act changes 'snuffs out' debate, consultation: lawyers

Changes signal Ottawa's intent to reshape competition law in a new digital economy