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Competing Interests
July 24, 2017
Time to fully free Toronto’s food trucks
Several years ago, when Toronto was working on amendments to its street vending bylaw, I wrote a column arguing that the city needed to increase food truck competition.
In-house Coach
July 24, 2017
L.I.O.N.s, bears, sheep and ghosts
I have often made reference to the fact that, in my humble opinion, lawyers (both in private practice and inhouse counsel) must become increasingly comfortable with using social media to promote not only their achievements and relevant or interesting best practices or developments in their legal practice area, but also to build and grow their personal brand and networks. Over the last few years, I have made selectively growing my social network a priority. LinkedIn is one such platform for this s
The Woodshed
July 24, 2017
Dislike of Khadr settlement does not entitle critics to disregard law or facts
Omar Khadr is a polarizing figure. To some, Khadr is a child soldier who was brainwashed by his parents and then abandoned by the Canadian government in the notorious and illegal Guantanamo Bay detention camp in Cuba. To others, Khadr is a terrorist deserving of no sympathy. 

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JULY 2017 • Volume 41, Issue 7
    • Subtitle Cover Story
    Written by Sheldon Gordon
    Issue Date: July 2017
    Coaches offer high-performing lawyers training in how to overcome their biggest obstacle: themselves.
  • Written by Mark Cardwell
    Issue Date: July 2017
    La metropole is experiencing a renaissance and many lawyers are benefitting.
    • Subtitle Legal Report: Labour & Employment
    Written by Elizabeth Raymer
    Issue Date: July 2017
    With legalized recreational pot coming, employment lawyers are anticipating a steady stream of legal issues.

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    • Subtitle Law Office Management
    Written by Marg. Bruineman
    Issue Date: July 2017
    Lawyer salaries have seen an increase overall, but so have the expectations of those doing the hiring.

Columns

    • Subtitle Back Page
    Written by Jim Middlemiss
    Issue Date: July 2017
    Canada’s 150th birthday also marks a darker anniversary. It’s been one year since the Supreme Court of Canada ruled in R. v. Jordan.
    • Subtitle Editor's Desk
    Written by Tim Wilbur
    Issue Date: July 2017
    Clients. Research. Billings. Technology. Clients. Home. Clients. Emails. Court. Research. Clients. Partners. Students. Marketing. Billing. Clients. Clients. Clients.
 
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