Jennifer Brown

Jennifer Brown

Jennifer Brown is the editor of Canadian Lawyer InHouse.
Monday, 07 December 2015 09:00

The art and science of legal bill review

Legal bills often require clarification or explanation so reviewing them is key, says Dean Scaletta.
Legal bills often require clarification or explanation so reviewing them is key, says Dean Scaletta.
The mystery and minutiae behind law firm legal bills are things in-house counsel love to rant about, but those who have frequently been burned are finding ways to get clarity.
Infrastructure Ontario’s GC Marni Dicker was among the lawyers honoured in this year’s Women’s Executive Network Top 100 awards. Photo: Sandra Strangemore
Infrastructure Ontario’s GC Marni Dicker was among the lawyers honoured in this year’s Women’s Executive Network Top 100 awards. Photo: Sandra Strangemore
Lawyers from banking, the public and private sector, and law firms were well represented in this year’s list of Canada’s 100 Most Powerful Women.
Monday, 23 November 2015 09:00

Managing crises in a franchise situation

The choice of spokesperson or persons is an important issue that should be contemplated and planned well before a crisis hits. Photo: Shutterstock
The choice of spokesperson or persons is an important issue that should be contemplated and planned well before a crisis hits. Photo: Shutterstock
When it comes to a crisis, companies with franchises spread across the country and around the world may have a tougher time managing the message.
Monday, 16 November 2015 09:00

Testing the AFA waters

Testing the AFA watersIf it seems like everywhere you go these days someone is talking about alternative fee arrangements, you’re not alone. It’s been a popular topic at legal conferences and workshops for a few years now, but have they really taken off? And what exactly is an AFA — do flat fees or discounts count?
Immigration lawyers such as Paul Hesse hope the new Liberal government will address hurdles created by the temporary foreign worker program.
Immigration lawyers such as Paul Hesse hope the new Liberal government will address hurdles created by the temporary foreign worker program.
While the new federal Liberal government is working to quickly address the Syrian refugee crisis, immigration lawyers hope it will also tackle hurdles around temporary foreign workers, work permits, and the backlog of requests for labour market impact assessments.
Monday, 16 November 2015 09:00

November/December - Testing the AFA waters

November/December - Testing the AFA watersThe annual Canadian Lawyer Corporate Counsel survey shows alternative fee arrangements are out there,  but in-house are the ones primarily driving the conversation.
Speakers at the annual general counsel panel included (from left) Nikki Latta, Catherine Forbes, and Stephanie Robinson. The moderator was Lexpert editor-in-chief Jean Cumming. Photo credit: Jennifer Brown
Speakers at the annual general counsel panel included (from left) Nikki Latta, Catherine Forbes, and Stephanie Robinson. The moderator was Lexpert editor-in-chief Jean Cumming. Photo credit: Jennifer Brown
External counsel should pay attention as their in-house clients are keeping tabs on their performance even when they're acting on the other side of a deal.
WeirFoulds partner Frank Walwyn and associate Nadia Chiesa speak with Canadian Lawyer InHouse editor Jennifer Brown about the different challenges of pursuing litigation in offshore regions. To read and answer all of the questions in this month's quiz, go to the digital edition here.
Monday, 02 November 2015 09:00

The boutique alternative

The boutique alternativeWhether it’s to get specialized advice or solve a conflicts issue, in-house counsel are finding boutique law firms often provide the solution when they have a matter requiring external expertise in a range of practice areas and jurisdictions. In fact, our annual Canadian Lawyer Corporate Counsel Survey indicates 72.6 per cent of those who responded said they use the services of boutique law firms.
Monday, 02 November 2015 09:00

Testing the AFA waters

Testing the AFA watersIf it seems like everywhere you go these days someone is talking about alternative fee arrangements, you’re not alone. It’s been a popular topic at legal conferences and workshops for a few years now, but have they really taken off? And what exactly is an AFA, do flat fees or discounts count?
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