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When it comes to demonstrating 'value,' what’s old is new againWhen talking about business development, people talk a lot about “creating value” but much less often about what that actually means. It is difficult to articulate in absolutes what “value” means because it will be different depending on the circumstances. It will depend on what needs are held by the person for whom you want to create “value,” what skillset you have, the nature of your relationship, the maturity of your relationship, any interests you share and more.
Monday, 24 October 2016 09:00

San Pellegrino Blues — Part 2

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San Pellegrino Blues — Part 2
-    Hi Melissa . . . Look, I’m not sure how to break this to you but, um, something’s come up and I have to stay at the office and work all night.

Marriage sponsorship refusals ignore cultural nuances In 2010, Stephen Harper’s government amended the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations to create two separate and distinct grounds for refusing a marriage sponsorship.
Bad vibrations: Sex toy class action comes to CanadaWhile those of us who follow the growth of the Internet of Things have become somewhat inured to the privacy and security concerns associated with smart meters, networked entertainment systems, refrigerators and autonomous cars, a recent U.S. class action has presented something entirely new to stress about: “smart” sex toys.
Defence counsel hit hardest by antiquated court processesThe wheels of our criminal justice system move slowly — and the wheels should move slowly. Justice must be dispensed carefully and deliberately since mistakes can destroy lives. But a deliberative process is too often a convenient and lazy excuse for dependence on antiquated processes — our justice system is stuck in the 1980s. If you don’t believe me, let me send you a fax of my casebook.
Monday, 10 October 2016 09:00

Travelling = Opportunity

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Travelling = OpportunityTaking the opportunity to connect with potential referral sources and increase your visibility in new markets when travelling will benefit your practice.
Monday, 10 October 2016 09:00

10 ways to deal with difficult clients

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10 ways to deal with difficult clientsThe Pareto principle states that 80 per cent of results are derived from 20 per cent of input. This 80/20 rule can describe difficult clients: 80 per cent of your grief will come from 20 per cent of your clients.
Knowing how to handle that 20 per cent is imperative to a healthy practice.
Wednesday, 05 October 2016 12:44

2016 Readers' Choice Awards

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2016 Readers' Choice AwardsWelcome to the second annual Canadian Lawyer Readers’ Choice Awards. From legal tech products and business valuation services to recruiters and legal research, the Canadian Lawyer Readers’ Choice Awards showcases the companies and products that prevailed among their competitors. 
Buyer beware . . . Lessons learned from the Ashley Madison hack"Life is short. Have an affair®." This is the (in)famous marketing slogan used by Ashley Madison, a Canadian web site founded in 2008 and operated by Avid Life Media Inc. with the explicit mission statement of helping married individuals chat, connect and ultimately have affairs with one another. The site assured users that use of its services would be "anonymous" and "100 per cent discreet," but, unfortunately, this was not to be the case.
Report on Temporary Foreign Worker Program is a hopeful sign of reform
The Report of the Standing Committee on Human Resources, Skills and Social Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities by the House of Commons was released this week with an overview of and recommendations for the Temporary Foreign Worker Program in Canada.
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