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on December 8, 2014
Careful planning needed to fire the CEO
One of the greatest challenges in the life of an in-house counsel is to successfully navigate the multiple conflicts and other challenges raised by succession of the chief executive officer. We have all seen, on the one hand, stocks dramatically plummet, and companies and reputations utterly destroyed when handled poorly, and on the other hand companies strengthened when properly executed.
on December 8, 2014
Anti-SLAPP legislation reintroduced in Ontario
The province of Ontario is trying once again to introduce legislation to stop litigation brought to stifle opposition to issues of public interest.
The former GC for DuPont is counselling one of Canada’s biggest law firms on better client relationships
on December 1, 2014
The in-house whisperer
Judith McKay may have started a trend a year ago when she left DuPont as general counsel to return to a Bay Street law firm. Since then a number of in-house lawyers have returned to private practice in a variety of client development roles, but in McKay’s case she is McCarthy Tétrault LLP’s point person in what has become a battle ground for business.

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December 2014/January 2015, Volume 10 • Issue 5
    • Subtitle In Closing
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    Issue Date: December 2014
    When I first introduced the concept of coaching to lawyers it was a completely foreign concept to them. Is it…
    • Subtitle Professional Profile
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    Issue Date: December 2014
    On Aug. 31, 2013, the founding convention of a new union, Unifor, was held at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre…
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    Written by Patricia MacInnis
    Issue Date: December 2014
    More than 20 years after psychologists Peter Salovey and John Mayer introduced the concept of emotional intelligence, it is still…
    • Subtitle In-house counsel in small departments look to the specialized services of boutique law firms for help with a range of needs.
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    Issue Date: December 2014
    Even before Canada’s immigration laws became more complicated earlier this year thanks to a series of changes to the temporary…
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    Issue Date: December 2014
    Something strange happened in 2014 — Americans became very interested in corporate tax policy. It started in the spring, when…
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    Issue Date: December 2014
    I suppose by the nature of what they do in-house counsel are more inclined to have an entrepreneurial spirit. In…
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    Issue Date: December 2014
    There’s nothing like an unsolicited takeover bid to shake up one’s summer, but when you head up the legal team…
 
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