In-house teams are putting greater focus on ‘real-time’ metrics
on May 15, 2017
From spending to diversity, companies such as PayPal and GE are tracking and measuring a variety of aspects of work they do with their external counsel as it moves through their busy legal department and it’s putting law firms on their toes.
on April 17, 2017
Some in-house counsel were recently recognized for pro bono projects geared toward helping communities in need of access to legal services in the Greater Toronto Area.
on April 17, 2017
Much has been written lately in regard to in-house legal departments offshoring work to non-traditional legal providers, be they firms or individuals in countries where legal services are available inexpensively.
May 2017, Volume 12 • Issue 3
The numbers on e-discovery projects can be staggering both from a dollar and document perspective. E-discovery can represent 50 per…
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Written by Shannon KariIssue Date: April 2017While it may seem at times that in the world at large there is increasing resistance to facts and expertise,…
Written by Tim WilburIssue Date: April 2017More than 1,600 readers cast votes for their preferred suppliers and vendors in more than 40 categories. Highlighted are the…
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Written by Danny BradburyIssue Date: April 2017For years, Canada and the European Union have enjoyed a safe and comfortable relationship when it comes to data privacy.…
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Written by Sara ForteIssue Date: April 2017British Columbia amended its Human Rights Code in July 2016 to add “gender identity and expression” as a protected ground.…
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Written by Andrew Montague and Kenneth MaIssue Date: April 2017On Oct. 30, 2016, Canada signed the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement with the European Union. Just one day later,…
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Written by Sean Griffin and Daniel BaumIssue Date: April 2017Two recent decisions suggest that Canadian courts are ever more inclined to assume jurisdiction over civil claims brought by foreign…
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Howard Morry has been associated with First Nations work since the 1980s in the early days of his career. Often,…
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Brenda Stokes Verworn left private practice to go in-house many years before doing so became a popular path for lawyers…
- Subtitle Professional Profile: Brenda Stokes Verworn’s career involved a series of firsts including being the first woman lawyer in Welland, Ont.
Does your in-house legal department have a formal written business plan? If you do, you’re among the approximately 25 per…
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