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April, 2018
  • U.S. tax reform hits Canada

    Trump’s tax overhaul will have many ripple effects on tax planning in Canada.
  • Environmental overhaul

    Ottawa’s new environmental regime is causing consternation from critics on all sides.
  • B.C. booms

    Opportunities for lawyers abound in British Columbia as smaller centres attract legal talent and Vancouver continues to grow. Canadian Lawyer's B.C. Regional Report examines the legal economy in the province.
  • CRA, Taxes and You

  • Accounting for legal work

    The Big Four accounting behemoths have supplanted law firms in many countries, and Canada may be next on their list.

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OPINIONS

  • Philip Slayton

    The #MeToo conundrum

    A recent article in The Hollywood Reporter caught my eye. The headline announced: “The New #MeToo Economy: Hollywood Lawyers, Crisis PR Pros Seeing ‘Unprecedented’ Uptick in Business.”
  • Neill May

    Banking on Corporate

    Livent litigation, last act

    In the theatrical production industry, there is much attention paid when shows continue to play for long periods.
  • Stephen Mabey

    The small-firm advantage

    Lawyers at smaller firms are often better able to innovate than they think.
  • Tim Wilbur

    Editor's Desk

    Beware of the Big Four

    Are accounting firms a threat to lawyers and law firms? In Canada, at least, the answer is not yet clear.
  • Jim Middlemiss

    Hail, hail the blockchain kings!

    Canadian law firms are tripping over themselves to be identified with the growing blockchain bandwagon and be seen as a leader in this rapidly emerging field.

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