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Growing up in the ’60s and ’70s, I watched more far more news than sports and I can recall, in varying degrees, the Cuban missile crisis, the Kennedy assassination(s), the Mercury and Gemini space missions, the U.S. civil rights movement, the Vietnam War, the moon landings, Watergate, and the Cold War; all through the lens of Walter Cronkite, Huntley and Brinkley, Harry Reasoner, and others on U.S. networks. I can’t recall anything newsworthy in Canada until the flag debate of 1965, the election of Pierre Trudeau in 1968, and the FLQ crisis in 1970; all of it broadcast on CTV and CBC.
Pinstripe and Canadian Lawyer are delighted to have reached a major milestone in our fifth year of partnership: episode 50 of Making Rain! We are pleased to continue to work together to provide Canadian lawyers with monthly tips on enriching your practices and championing your business development efforts. To commemorate the big 50, this month’s episode is dedicated to the golden rules for your success.
Monday, 28 April 2014 08:00 Written by Gail J. Cohen
Canadian Lawyer editor Gail J. Cohen was on the scene of the cover shoot for the May issue featuring Osgoode Hall law professor Alan Young, who fought a decades long battle to update Canada's prostitution laws. One of his clients Terri-Jean Bedford joined us for the session. Take a peek at how the fantastic photgraphy of Liam Sharp became this month's cover art.
Monday, 21 April 2014 08:00 Written by Stephen Mabey
At last count there were over 25 issues/reasons identified by the legal press (blogs, newspapers, magazines, etc.) that led to the unfortunate demise of Heenan Blaikie. To be clear, the misfortune I speak of is not the disappearance of the law firm itself, but of those who were affected as a result through no fault of their own but rather because of the seeming ineptness of others.
Monday, 14 April 2014 10:04 Written by Margaret L. Waddell
Monday, 31 March 2014 11:29 Written by Colin Campbell and James Swanson
In the January 2014 edition of Canadian Lawyer, Dera J. Nevin devoted her Tech Support column to a discussion of Sedona Canada, entitled “Filling a gap: What is the Sedona Conference Working Group 7, and why does it matter?” Ms. Nevin, who is a member of the Sedona Conference Working Group Series, describes the mission of Working Group 7 (known as Sedona Canada) and its open membership policy. She also identifies Sedona Canada’s landmark achievements in the area of electronic discovery and disclosure in civil litigation, including the publication of The Sedona Canada Principles in 2008 and their subsequent adoption by reference into the Ontario Rules of Civil Procedure, as well as the publication for public comment of several commentaries on related topics.