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A career defining opportunity: In-house counsel are uniquely qualified to shine in a crisis

A career defining opportunity: In-house counsel are uniquely qualified to shine in a crisis

In-house counsel demonstrate key skills that are in high demand and short supply, writes Tim Wilbur

Modern slavery rules are coming to Canada

Modern slavery rules are coming to Canada

In-house counsel should examine issues in their operations and supply chains, writes Stephen Pike

Ethics and professionalism: How to maintain integrity in relationships with external counsel

Ken Fredeen and Cheryl Foy call on in-house lawyers to submit their ethical dilemmas anonymously

Advertising credit in Quebec: Merchants, beware!

Advertising credit in Quebec: Merchants, beware!

The Court of Appeal of Quebec rendered an important decision in consumer protection law, writes Vincent de l’Étoile

Intellectual property in the time of COVID-19

Prospective litigants should be cautious, write Matt Norwood and Abbas Kassam

Benchmarking law department operations

Benchmarking law department operations

ACC benchmarking report provides a comprehensive self-assessment tool, writes Richard Stock

COVID-19 contact tracing

COVID-19 contact tracing

Maintaining a safe workplace supersedes an employee’s right to privacy, writes Gary Goodwin

Building connections with intention: networking in the age of COVID-19 and remote work

Building connections with intention: networking in the age of COVID-19 and remote work

Networking may help us become more effective in-house counsel, says Barbara de Dios