Peter Harte left his stable Ontario practice and moved north; way north.
A series of condo cancellations and failures across the country have pre-construction investors crying foul.
It’s been a decade since Stewart McKelvey moved toward a leadership model that places a chief executive officer in the key management role, dispensing of the usual managing partner role typically employed by law firms.
Purchasers may regret making an offer on a house, but reneging can be costly
Law firms struggle with how to deal with sexual harassment, but changes are afoot.
The growing popularity of short-term rentals has brought a host of new legal issues.
Canadian Lawyer’s 2018 Legal Fees Survey shows some bright spots for law firms despite a highly competitive market.
While venturing out into the real estate market to purchase a new home may seem like a constructive way to start life anew after a marital split, a series of landmines await the unwary divorced person.
Key performance indicators, when done right, should offer a quick snapshot of how to better run your law firm.
Lawyers have several tools to help buyers mitigate unanticipated environmental issues. Environmental contamination has become an increasing concern in real estate and the resulting liabilities could far exceed the original cost of the property.