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Think Making a Murderer can’t happen in Canada? Think againThe super-popular Netflix docu-series Making a Murderer has taken popular culture by storm (some people — like me — have even been podcasting about it).
Monday, 15 February 2016 09:00

Video: Osler hacks Big Law

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Video: Osler hacks Big LawA recent hackathon presented by Osler in conjunction with Ryerson University explored Big Law issues the law profession faces today. One group suggested capping partner earnings while another presented an internal solution to avoid money laundering.
Monday, 08 February 2016 09:00

Tricks to motivating and managing staff remotely

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Tricks to motivating and managing staff remotelyHow many of you, in your childhood, took a cookie from the cookie jar when no one was looking? I am sure that I was not the only one.
Monday, 25 January 2016 10:18

Legal interpretation and risk assessment

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Legal interpretation and risk assessmentAt the intersection of law and legal practice is interpretation. Where there is interpretation, there is risk. Helping clients both develop and understand their risk tolerance has become an increasingly complicated endeavour.
Monday, 25 January 2016 09:00

Let’s Talk, indeed

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Our profession is one of communicators. Clients seek our advice. We urge them to communicate the problems they are experiencing and we are trained to find and convey the solution.
Friday, 22 January 2016 09:00

CPD basics for Ontario associates

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CPD basics for Ontario associatesAs a junior lawyer, and relatively new to this self-regulating profession, I am a touch sensitive to any communications from the Law Society of Upper Canada. So, when I recently got an e-mail from the law society reminding me I hadn’t entered into the portal any of my continuing professional development time this year, I had a mini-panic..
More than sunny ways needed to address mandatory minimumsSunny ways. This is the promise of Justin Trudeau and his newly elected Liberal government. If there is one dark vestige of the Conservative government that could benefit from the light it is criminal justice policy.
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Thirty years ago, Baby M captured public attention. A newborn was taken from her mother and given to an American couple that had contracted with the woman to carry the child. Concern for surrogate mothers deeply influenced North American approaches to assisted human reproduction, including development of the Canadian Assisted Human Reproduction Act.

Monday, 18 January 2016 09:00

Remembering Gerry Fleming

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Remembering Gerry FlemingFor the first time in my life, I found Christmas hard.
Monday, 18 January 2016 09:00

New year resolutions

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New year resolutionsTo many, the dawn of a new year brings energy and a desire to take on new tasks and commitments. Along with the familiar resolutions to exercise more, drink less, lose weight, and eat more kale, legal counsel, risk managers, and chief information and privacy officers should consider whether their organizations are adequately prepared to deal with data breaches.
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