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Keep your eye on all the balls

Keep your eye on all the balls

Pre-existing risks should not be ignored by in-house counsel during the pandemic, writes Tim Wilbur

Courts adopt e-filing and electronic communications amid COVID-19

Use of technology is likely to continue in court, write Adam Bobker and Anastassia Trifonova

Unpacking lender and shareholder dynamics

Unpacking lender and shareholder dynamics

Reconstruction of lender and shareholder interests is key in COVID economy, writes Robert G.S. Hull

Ethics and professionalism: Disengage the ego

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

Real estate transactions in Quebec

Real estate transactions in Quebec

Exclusive use servitudes are now deemed invalid, writes Jessica Syms

Critical preparations

Critical preparations

Richard Stock outlines three critical building blocks for business with external counsel

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