In-house leaders must inspire team members to develop their strengths and perform at their best
Alberta awards US$1.06 billion to Dow Chemical Canada in its suit against NOVA Chemicals
In Calgary, Carolyn Hogan, Jesse Gill joined Miller Thomson LLP
Miller Thomson LLP in Vancouver welcomed two new associates: Victoria Wu and Ken Chow
In Montréal, Gary Rosen moved to Miller Thomson LLP, where he is now a partner in the firm’s labour and employment practice group
In Vancouver, Sarah Nelligan moved her insolvency and litigation practice to Miller Thomson LLP
Solicitor-client privilege and jurisdiction were prominent in last year’s top cases. While these rulings indicate a balanced approach, the most significant ones were pro-business.
A ransomware attack leaves a company with few options. One may be to resort to backup systems, if they exist. Another may be to simply pay the ransom. And then there’s cyber insurance.
Tips from the pros on how to manage litigation costs, before they get out of hand
Navigating the political and bureaucratic minefield of health law is not for the faint of heart. But as demographic realities add pressure to an already stressed system, opportunities for innovators ...
The blurring of lines between Big Law and New Law is getting blurrier, and it’s about time — even though the blur is still years away from being a blend. Lately, there has been a flurry of hook-ups ...
As if it somehow anticipated the Panama Papers leak the following month, the Liberal government announced in March that it would increase its budget allotment for the chronically underfunded Canada ...
Modern document automation goes beyond auto-fill. Coupled with artificial intelligence, this unstoppable force is poised to drive down legal costs and change the way lawyers practise
The federal government has enacted tough regulations to fight corruption by Canadian companies doing business abroad
Canada’s massive food and agriculture industry is becoming more complicated with the increase of regulation and expanded licensing requirements
Environmental law developments have created both challenges and opportunities for Canadian energy companies
Lexpert surveyed business law firms across the country to learn about emerging client needs
Liability for data breaches is no longer isolated to the IT department. Lawyers, executives and boards of directors are scrambling to provide protection and manage risks for cybersecurity
Facing a $300-billion burden of public debt, the pressure is mounting for Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne to bolster provincial coffers by off-loading some or all of Hydro One. Potential cash proceeds ...
Aboriginal entities in Canada could face cutbacks on federal transfer payments if their compensation from extractive projects are disclosed under the new federal transparency act, according to legal ...