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Canadian in-house counsel join the discussion at the largest gathering of in-house lawyers in the world. Organized by the Association of Corporate Counsel in late October, the conference looked at developing trends in the in-house bar, including billing arrangements, social media, ethics, and project management.
Studies have shown the costs to Canadian businesses of employees' abuse of alcohol and drugs while on the job. Ogilvy Renault LLP partner Richard Charney offers some guidance to in-house counsel looking to manage the problem.
The fourth and final video covering the fifth annual InHouse/Association of Corporate Counsel roundtable looks at risk management. In-house counsel share the best practices used by their companies on how to manage risk and explain why businesses are far more comfortable with risk than the law firms with which they do business.
This third video covering the fifth annual InHouse/Association of Corporate Counsel roundtable looks at how in-house counsel use technology to improve their business practices. It also explores the challenges faced by companies that operate across international jurisdictions, and the best practices used by their in-house counsel.
This second of four videos covering the fifth annual InHouse/Association of Corporate Counsel roundtable looks at value billing. In-house counsel say that when it comes to billing arrangements, the recession has transformed the relationship between businesses and law  firms.
In this first of four videos covering the fifth annual InHouse/Association of Corporate Counsel roundtable, the participants speak about project management, and how some of Canada’s leading in-house teams are using it in their business practice.
In the third of four videos from the InHouse e-discovery roundtable, sponsored by Applied Discovery and moderated by Gail Cohen, the panellists look at dealing with cross-border and international issues in the e-discovery context.
In the last of four videos from the InHouse e-discovery roundtable, sponsored by Applied Discovery and moderated by editorial director Gail Cohen, the panellists discuss the importance of having policies in place to deal with privileged information.
In the second of four videos from the InHouse e-discovery roundtable, sponsored by Applied Discovery and moderated by Gail Cohen, the panellists look at some of the issues, as well as best practices, counsel face in meeting privacy regulations at the same time as court obligations for e-discovery.
In the first of four videos from the InHouse e-discovery roundtable, sponsored by Applied Discovery and moderated by editorial director Gail Cohen, our expert panellists focus on the issue of proportionality and when it should begin to play a part in e-discovery proceedings.
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