Medicinal cannabis company is the first to form a partnership with a large private health benefit plan.
Drowning in email requests for legal work and unable to find a tool that fit his needs, Peter Nguyen created his own app.
On a recent visit to see Resolver Inc. general counsel Peter Nguyen, I casually asked him “what’s new?”
Taking matters to arbitration instead of the courts can result in a more efficient, focused and cost-effective process.
Zachary Kobrin has been watching the Canadian cannabis landscape for some time now and is preparing to navigate its securities landscape as the Florida-based medical marijuana company he represents prepares to go public on this side of the border.
Steve Gow’s path into the art world is not a conventional one and neither is the new way he is providing artists to sell their work.
When legal departments work collaboratively with their external firms and technology partners on real-world problems, innovation can happen in interesting and cost-effective ways and it doesn’t have to mean reduced fees for law firms.
Stikeman Elliott LLP has named a new chairman of the firm and three new managing partners in Toronto, Montréal and Calgary.
A Calgary law firm that does work in the fintech and crypto-currency sector has begun accepting payment for legal services in Bitcoin.
As with many general counsel in the cannabis industry in Canada, Jason Alexander is juggling all the issues in-house in the sector face every day, including whether or not travelling to the United States is a good idea right now.