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More than 500 in-house counsel made the province of Ontario’s “sunshine list” of public sector employees who earned more than $100,000 in 2012.

Evaluating worker safety outside Canada

Written by Posted Date: April 8th, 2013
Rescue workers carry the coffin of one of the hostages killed during the hostage crisis at a gas plant in Algeria in January.  Photo: Ramzi Boudina/Reuters
Rescue workers carry the coffin of one of the hostages killed during the hostage crisis at a gas plant in Algeria in January. Photo: Ramzi Boudina/Reuters
Canadian companies with workers employed in potentially volatile locations abroad may want to review their occupational health and safety policies and assess potential risks following the recent hostage taking at a natural gas plant in Algeria.

Breaking down e-discovery best practices

  • You may not know what you have until someone asks for it
Written by Posted Date: April 1st, 2013
Information governance requires legal working with others in the business, such as the IT department. Image: Shutterstock
Information governance requires legal working with others in the business, such as the IT department. Image: Shutterstock
How prepared is your company if you were hit with an e-discovery request tomorrow?

Being efficient is not the same as being effective

  • In-house Coach
Written by Posted Date: March 18th, 2013
b_150_0_16777215_00___images_stories_01-INHOUSE_Standard_photos_fred_krebs.jpgIt is not surprising that lawyers like to benchmark. After all, we frequently rely on precedent when we make decisions. Of course, at its simplest, precedent (like benchmarking) merely compares what someone did previously to help decide what we do today. Many law departments use this technique to see how they stand relative to their peers and recognized leaders in key areas. The challenge is to identify a meaningful standard and actually take action when or if you come up short in the comparison.
Graham Gow calls proposals from the Canadian Securities Administrators ‘a move in the right direction.’
Graham Gow calls proposals from the Canadian Securities Administrators ‘a move in the right direction.’
Canadian regulators are proposing changes to the way companies can manage hostile bidders in an attempt to give some power back to target boards.
While there is still new money outside Canada for select deals, Toronto has ‘gone into shell shock,’ says Jim Kofman.  Photo: Shutterstock
While there is still new money outside Canada for select deals, Toronto has ‘gone into shell shock,’ says Jim Kofman. Photo: Shutterstock
Limited access to equity financing, a drop in metals prices, and general malaise about the economy has made it a difficult few years for junior mining companies. The result is reduced merger and acquisition activity in the sector in Canada.

Avoid hiring and keeping a dud

  • Practising In-house
Written by Posted Date: March 11th, 2013
b_150_0_16777215_00___images_stories_01-INHOUSE_Standard_photos_cheryl_foy_2012.jpgThere are two areas in which organizations hiring lawyers need help: assessing the legal skills of applicants for legal roles and evaluating the performance of the lawyer as a legal adviser.
Some say there are already measures that address the privacy breach proposals in the private member's bill.
Some say there are already measures that address the privacy breach proposals in the private member's bill.
A private member’s bill introduced to address data breaches could be more problematic than necessary, especially as most companies that experience data loss already self-report to the privacy commissioner.
b_150_0_16777215_00___images_stories_01-INHOUSE_2013_March_screen-shot-2013-02-28-at-3.jpgIn the sixth and final video from the Canadian Lawyer InHouse View 2013 series, sponsored by Blake Cassels & Graydon LLP, Jane Fedoretz, vice president and general counsel with CEDA International Corp. talks about the importance of implementing an anti-corruption compliance program and the company's plans for expansion.

b_150_0_16777215_00___images_stories_01-INHOUSE_2013_February_screen-shot-2013-02-22-at-9.gifIn the fifth of six videos from the Canadian Lawyer InHouse View 2013 series, sponsored by Blake Cassels & Graydon LLP, Anna Fung, vice president, legal and general counsel with TimberWest Forest Corp. talks about the company's plans to expand outside of Canada and why she doesn't focus on discounts and alternative fee arrangements when it comes to using external law firms.

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