Monday, 10 July 2017 09:30

Managing growth in the new economy

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Managing growth in the  new economyIn the 12 years Canadian Lawyer InHouse has been conducting its annual general counsel roundtable, we have routinely put questions about external law firm relationships and managing resources internally on the agenda for discussion.
Monday, 24 April 2017 09:01

Mapping out an e-discovery strategy

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Mapping out an e-discovery strategyThe numbers on e-discovery projects can be staggering both from a dollar and document perspective. E-discovery can represent 50 per cent of the cost in a litigation matter. It can also be a process where 50,000 documents are looked at for 200 that really matter.
Monday, 27 February 2017 09:01

The era of no excuses

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The era of no excusesJust two days after Christmas this past December, an American company called E-Sports Entertainment Association went through most of the stages that are now common episodes following a cybersecurity attack — with one notable exception.
Thursday, 29 December 2016 09:01

View 2017: Innovating for the business

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View 2017: Innovating for the businessTanya Rothe has had an interesting path on the journey D-Wave Systems has taken in its evolution over the last decade, forging ahead with its first-of-a-kind quantum computing technology.
Monday, 31 October 2016 09:01

Mastering the art of the cross-border deal

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Mastering  the art of the cross-border  dealEven now, when documents cross Chris Johnston’s desk, she sometimes still sees the names “Constellation” and “Taurus” crop up. 
Monday, 27 June 2016 09:00

Driving change

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Driving changeFor a number of years now, we’ve all read and heard about the growth of the in-house legal department. The banks and telcos led this charge, steadily increasing their legal headcount as they discovered the value of having more lawyers employed internally to handle a variety of matters, especially the growing regulatory burden.
Monday, 25 April 2016 09:00

In the crosshairs

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In the crosshairsOn the morning of Oct. 17, 2012, David Potts got up as usual and went to his job as solicitor for the City of Oshawa as if it was any other day. As difficult as it might be for some to understand, it was important to him that he do that — even though the night before he found himself the target of a volatile abduction by a former municipal councillor who had held him at gunpoint for three terrifying hours.
Monday, 29 February 2016 09:01

Brazil's corruption crackdown

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Illustration: Matthew Billington
Illustration: Matthew Billington
Welcome to Brazil. The weather’s beautiful.  
Tuesday, 29 December 2015 09:01

View 2016: Agents of Change

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View 2016: Agents of Change

View 2016: Agents of ChangeChris Hoeschen may well have the coolest job in-house these days. From the offices of UrtheCast Corp. on Vancouver’s picturesque waterfront, he is leading the small legal team assembled for the Earth-observation imagery and services startup as the company prepares to expand internationally in a sector that was once just the domain of military and government players.
Monday, 02 November 2015 09:00

Internal affairs

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Internal affairsWhen the non-governmental organization Transparency International hosted its 16th annual anti-corruption conference in Malaysia in early September, one of its keynote speakers might have seemed, at least on the surface, to be an unusual choice.
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