contingency planning

  • Final goal for 2018: planning for disability or prolonged absence

    Dec 3, 2018

    Having such a plan is a critical obligation to yourself, as well as to your family, employees and clients. As such, getting this done by the end of the year should be a priority.

  • Critical topics facing the legal community

    Critical topics facing the legal community

    Oct 1, 2018

    Law firms are under increasing pressure to run their businesses more effectively. Throughout 2018, Canadian Lawyer, with research partners RSM Canada and CIBC, invited members of the legal community to provide input on six critical topics facing the legal community, including diversity, succession planning, talent, growth/capitalization, expense control and technology.

  • The ins and outs of succession planning in a family-run law firm

    The ins and outs of succession planning in a family-run law firm

    Jan 11, 2018

    Canadian Lawyer spoke with some lawyers who work in family-owned and family-run practices with their siblings, parents and children. We asked them for their tips on succession planning for the next generation.

  • Why every lawyer should have a contingency plan

    Why every lawyer should have a contingency plan

    Oct 13, 2017

    Sole practitioners Andrea Chun and Saarah Shivji, and Blaney McMurtry LLP managing partner, Maria Scarfo, discuss benefits, challenges and tips on contingency planning in the legal world in case of emergency situations. It's important for lawyers to prepare for the unknown and to always have a back-up plan.