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Monday, 07 June 2010 06:57

Video: Money and more

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Video: Money and moreIn the spirit of this month's Money Issue of Canadian Lawyer, editor Gail Cohen discusses some of the ideas for non-monetary value-added services lawyers can offer clients from a recent panel she moderated about the Association of Corporate Counsel's Value Challenge. click here to view video


Monday, 31 May 2010 08:16

Video: LMA panel on ACC Value Challenge

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Video: LMA panel on ACC Value ChallengeCanadian Lawyer editor Gail Cohen last week hosted a panel in Toronto that looked at all you need to know about the Association of Corporate Counsel's Value Challenge. Panellists were ACC president Fred Krebs, Carla Swansburg from RBC, and Ogilvy Renault's Andrew Fleming. click here to view video

Monday, 31 May 2010 07:08

PIPEDA amendments long overdue, significant

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PIPEDA amendments long overdue, significantThe federal government’s long awaited introduction of a bill to amend the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act is a constructive step forward in keeping Canada’s private-sector privacy legislation up to date and responsive to the exigencies of technology and the modern marketplace.


Video: Making Rain - Episode 3 - Balancing expectations In this month's business development and online video practice management coaching column for Canadian lawyers, executive coach Debra Forman focuses on balancing expectations, a key component of building and sustaining relationships. click here to view video

Tuesday, 25 May 2010 05:25

Why do I need immigration counsel?

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Why do I need immigration counsel?Immigration reform seems to be everyone’s favourite political buzz phrase right now. While here in Canada we don’t have anything as gossip-inducing as the recent passing of immigration laws in Arizona criminalizing non-documented workers, there are a number of interesting and far-reaching changes to the immigration system in the works.


How to get rid of pesky environmental laws in a minority ParliamentSome argue that government budgets are the most important policies affecting the natural environment but this is ridiculous.

Monday, 17 May 2010 10:18

Video: Five years and still blogging

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Video: Five years and still bloggingThe SLAW blog looks ahead to the future and celebrates its 5th anniversary at the offices of Heenan Blaikie LLP in Toronto. Canadian Lawyer intern Bryan Smith was on hand to cover the event and gain some insight into the blog. click here to view video
Monday, 17 May 2010 07:30

Pardon Me?

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Pardon Me?In the face of recent pardons both real (sex-offending hockey coach Graham James) and presumed (notorious serial killer Karla Homolka), it should come as little surprise to anyone that Public Safety Minister Vic Toews is anxious to revamp a system that has come under increasingly blinding public scrutiny.


Pay-for-delay: coming to a courtroom near you?In a country of 30 million-plus people, there can only be so many big players in the market right? From telecommunications to pharmaceuticals, most Canadians have some idea as to who is providing their goods and services.


Monday, 17 May 2010 05:35

Containing costs through collaboration

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Containing costs through collaborationOne dictionary defines collaboration as “working together, especially in a joint intellectual effort.” So without taking too much writer’s licence, collaboration would seem to make sense on an intellectual level if not a practical one, if you subscribe to the possibility that more can be accomplished by working together than individually.


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