Bay Street law firm Blake Cassels & Graydon LLP has released a “one of a kind” study with data based on private equity mergers and acquisitions it has handled over a three-year period.
A case being heard at the Supreme Court of Canada today could be an early indicator of how new Supreme Court Justice Richard Wagner looks at issues of free expression in a matter some suggest could be a landmark case.
As the Winnipeg Jets enter Game 6 of their Western Conference Central Division battle against the Nashville Predators tonight on home ice, the official law firm for the Jets —Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP — is amping up its friendly rivalry with Nashville firm Bass Berry & Sims PLC.
In-house counsel can and should be playing a role in reinvigorating the profession by embracing technology and new ways of getting disputes resolved to better service clients and the broader public in the years ahead.
The general counsel of the Toronto District School Board says she is concerned about her colleagues who witnessed the aftermath when the driver of a white Ryder rental van ran down pedestrians out walking on Yonge Street in Toronto Monday between Finch Avenue and Sheppard Avenue.
Nearly three-quarters of legal operations leaders are lawyers who have successfully transformed their skillset and 59 per cent are held by women, a new study into the role has revealed.
Angelique EagleWoman says she has been the “victim of systemic discrimination” at Lakehead University and has resigned two years into being appointed the first Indigenous dean of law at a Canadian university.
Bennett Jones LLP and Vancouver firm McCullough O’Connor Irwin LLP are merging.