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Courts being asked to consider what should be privileged information from internal reviews.
on April 20, 2015
Challenging privilege in internal investigations
When it comes to the protection of privilege around internal investigations, in-house counsel need to stickhandle the issue carefully especially in light of some recent cases on both sides of the border.
Practising In-house
on April 20, 2015
Be your own cheerleader
People expect most lawyers to be type A personalities. The assumption is the lawyer will be the loudest person in the room, the person not afraid to speak up when necessary and, most importantly, the person who looks for the spotlight in every occasion. However, the reality is often very different than the expectation.
on April 13, 2015
Disrupting or just evolving?
Corporate law departments under pressure to cut costs may be the main driver behind a revolution in the provision of legal services, but when it comes to innovation they may be hamstrung by their own lack of budgets to pull it off themselves.

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