Practice management

Phishing for victims

Phishing for victims

A lawyer’s email can be both the front door through which clients enter and the back door through which thieves sneak.

Cox & Palmer hires oceanography scientist

Cox & Palmer hires oceanography scientist

Cox & Palmer’s Halifax Ocean Innovation Team has announced its newest member — an academic, entrepreneur and researcher.

McInnes Cooper launches set-fee training program

McInnes Cooper launches set-fee training program

After years of debating, discussing and deliberating the possibility of offering training programs for clients and prospective clients, McInnes Cooper has launched MC Legal Lab.

Relationship effectiveness

Relationship effectiveness

Amid the hype and ongoing dialogue around the future of law and innovation in the legal profession, the reality is many small law departments in Canada still feel effective legal advice and suitable fee arrangements come not from new service delivery models but through good management and long-term cultivation of relationships with external counsel.

Opportunity in uncertainty

Opportunity in uncertainty

For a lawyer who started his career on a typical path, Ryan Teschner has surely benefited from and embraced tumultuous events. As a young associate with a promising career on the partnership path at Heenan Blaikie, his career seemed straightforward. But it was not to be, once the firm dissolved in dramatic fashion.

Advancing the business

Advancing the business

Like many companies in Quebec these days, the Metro Supply Chain Group is growing rapidly as demand for its fundamental logistics services rises to meet the global movement of goods internationally.