Friday, 06 June 2008 07:33

Is Bill C-45 a paper tiger?

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When Bill C-45 was passed by Parliament a few months before it came into law in March 2004, Canada’s then-minister of Justice Martin Cauchon called its Westray mine-inspired provisions on workplace safety and corporate liability a major step towards ensuring that employers would be held responsible for criminally negligent acts.
Wednesday, 04 June 2008 20:00

A needle in a haystack

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“June is our women’s issue,” e-mailed the editor of this magazine. “Please try and make your column relevant.” Later, to prod me along I suppose, she sent an article from Law Times that began: “A group of female lawyers have formed the Women’s Court of Canada to rewrite key Supreme Court of Canada decisions from a feminist perspective in hopes of ending what they call a recent neglect of equality rights.”
Monday, 05 May 2008 05:43

Christie is Blakes through and through

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Christie is Blakes through and throughJames R. Christie’s 14 years in senior management at Blake Cassels & Graydon LLP will draw to a close at the end of this year. 
Monday, 05 May 2008 05:36

Forensic foray

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Forensic forayFifty-two days, 47 witnesses, 16 roundtable meetings, and 36,000 documents later, lawyers across Canada have all summer to wait before the final recommendations from the Inquiry into Pediatric Forensic Pathology in Ontario will markedly move the system forward.

Monday, 07 April 2008 05:28

Beware the IT jabberwock

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If you’re a business generalist or in-house counsel, you likely wouldn’t try to complete a multimillion-dollar real estate transaction without benefit of counsel specialized in such work. So why would you think of flying solo on a blockbuster deal to acquire vital information technology services for your client or company?

Monday, 07 April 2008 05:25

A woman takes the reins at Parlee McLaws

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In February, Jerri Cairns became managing partner of Alberta-based Parlee McLaws LLP. At 47, she is the first woman to head a large Alberta law firm. 
Monday, 07 April 2008 05:10

To carbon tax or not to carbon tax

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When the British Columbia government recently announced plans to introduce a consumer-based carbon tax, to apply to virtually all fossil fuels, it was lauded by some and heavily criticized by others.

Canadian Hugh Verrier was elected chairman of White & Case LLP, the 10th largest law firm in the world, last year. Trained at the law schools of McGill and Harvard universities, Verrier has been with White & Case for 24 years, most recently as the manager of the firm’s Moscow office. His four-year term as chairman sees him leading a firm of 2,300 lawyers in 36 offices across 24 countries. The firm’s 2006 revenues, the latest available, were $1.85 billion. Verrier talks to Canadian Lawyer about leadership, the economy, and his experiences so far.
A few years ago, blawging — blogging by lawyers — was almost unheard of. Now dozens are doing it in Canada; scores, possibly hundreds, are doing it in the U.S. Whether you should be doing it too is a discussion for another column. Here I tackle the question: which Canadian blawgs should I be reading?

Legal Reports: Niche developing for e-discovery specialistsE-discovery is everywhere. Lawyers across the country are well aware elements of it are in every area of law, from commercial litigation to family cases. As e-discovery becomes more prevalent, the need for those with specialized knowledge in this increasingly complex area is becoming apparent to many litigators.
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