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Arbitration and Court-Ordered Receiverships: The SCC Strikes a Delicate Balance in Peace River

TheCourt.ca

For the sake of conciseness, this case comment excludes discussion of Justice Jamal’s concurring opinion. If interested, please refer to the original case for further information.   Arbitration law and... The post Arbitration and Court-Ordered Receiverships: The SCC Strikes a Delicate Balance in <em>Peace River</em> appeared first on TheCourt.ca. more »

Spousal Status in Estate Litigation: Who is a “Spouse” and Why Does it Matter?

BC Estate Litigation Blog

A few weeks ago, I had an opportunity to speak to an audience of accountants about the issue of spousal status, and why it matters in estate litigation.  The following is a summary of my speaking notes from that presentation. Spousal Status – Why Does it Matter? A spouse has certain rights: Wills... more »

LAWPRO CPD: Tips for Corporate Commercial Lawyers – replay now available

AvoidAClaim: Claims Prevention & Practice Management for Lawyers

In this highly practical program, attendees will learn about key risk areas and emerging risks faced by corporate commercial lawyers and how to effectively manage them. Download the materials Speakers Juda Strawczynski, Director, practicePRO, LAWPRO Ray Leclair, Vice President Public Affairs, LAWPRO... more »

SKCA lays down law regarding redaction of producible documents, orders disclosure of complainant’s identity

All About Information

On October 11th, the Court of Appeal for Saskatchewan ordered a defendant to produce an un-redacted copy of an e-mail, thereby providing the plaintiff with the identity of an individual who had reported him as a potential threat. The Court reviewed the Canadian jurisprudence on redacting information... more »

Rules For Winning the War For Talent While Improving Profitability

Thoughtful Legal Management

♫ Together together Were winning together Forever and ever You’ll be remembered For every little thing you do for me…♫ My latest  – and lead article: “Winning the War for Talent While Improving Profitability” just released in American Bar Association’s Law Practice Magazine. Co-writ... more »

Video: OPC Finding: Spam messages sent by COVID testing contractor

Canadian Privacy Law Blog

The Privacy Commissioner of Canada just released a report of findings about a company contracted by the Airport of Montreal to do on-arrival covid testing. The company added the people tested to their mailing list and sent them unsolicited commercial electronic messages. The investigation was done j... more »