Publications

Lawyers Weekly

Posted on Updated on

lawyersweeklyBy Melanie Hodges Neufeld

The February 17th edition of Lawyers Weekly digital edition is now available via the Members’ Section of the Law Society website. Articles in this issue include:

  • Supreme Court heard fewer cases, was more divided, in past year
  • Karakatsanis played major role for court
  • Family Law: Mandating Counselling
  • Securities Law: Shareholder activism news
  • Business & Careers: The value of feedback

Lawyers Weekly

Posted on Updated on

lawyersweeklyBy Melanie Hodges Neufeld

The February 10th edition of Lawyers Weekly digital edition is now available via the Members’ Section of the Law Society website. Articles in this issue include:

  • C. limits on election ads don’t violate Charter, top court rules
  • SCC benefits ruling seen as consumer win
  • ADR: Streamlining the ICC rules
  • Health Law: Regulating cannabis
  • Business & Careers: A focused approach

 

Reminder – Benchers’ Digest Survey

Posted on

By Kelly Laycock

Have an opinion you’d like to share about the Benchers’ Digest? It’s the one-year anniversary of the new format, and our editorial team has created a short survey to give you the opportunity to make suggestions on how we can improve your reading experience.  Just five minutes of your time is enough to tell us how we are doing. The survey will be available for one month, and all responses will remain anonymous. Watch for the survey statistics to be published in the upcoming Spring Issue. Thanks for your support!

bdbanner

 

Lawyers Weekly

Posted on Updated on

lawyersweeklyBy Melanie Hodges Neufeld

The February 3rd edition of Lawyers Weekly digital edition is now available via the Members’ Section of the Law Society website. Articles in this issue include:

  • Fight over N.B. judicial residency could end up going to the SCC
  • Court okays electoral bids by prosecutors
  • Personal Injury: Protecting pedestrians
  • News: Radar tickets under the gun
  • Business & Careers: Take five for your eyes

 

Lawyers Weekly

Posted on

lawyersweeklyBy Melanie Hodges Neufeld

The January 27th edition of Lawyers Weekly digital edition is now available via the Members’ Section of the Law Society website. Articles in this issue include:

  • Top court backs judicial review as remedy for Charter breaches
  • Ontarians led 31 hopefuls for SCC spot
  • Business Law: New financial services rules
  • Civil Litigation: Modernizing civil courts
  • Business & Careers: Being part of the team

 

Benchers’ Digest Survey

Posted on

By Kelly Laycock

Have an opinion you’d like to share about the Benchers’ Digest? It’s the one-year anniversary of the new format, and our editorial team has created a short survey to give you the opportunity to make suggestions on how we can improve your reading experience.  Just five minutes of your time is enough to tell us how we are doing. The survey will be available for one month, and all responses will remain anonymous. Watch for the survey statistics to be published in the upcoming Spring Issue. Thanks for your support!

bdbanner

 

Lawyers Weekly

Posted on

lawyersweeklyBy Melanie Hodges Neufeld

The January 13th edition of Lawyers Weekly digital edition is now available via the Members’ Section of the Law Society website. Articles in this issue include:

  • Supreme Court set to tackle privacy of phone text messages
  • Quebec boosts spending on justice system
  • Insurance Law: Tax loophole is closed
  • Energy Law: Global human rights alert
  • Business & Careers: Many missing resiliency