Sunday, 25 April 2010 19:00 | Written by Paul Brent | |
While most information technology outsourcing agreements are now in their second or third iterations, the benefits and risks of contracting out critical functions remain, particularly in the case of offshore outsourcing agreements.
Sunday, 25 April 2010 19:00 | Written by Julius Melnitzer | |
American officials are proceeding with an extradition matter despite the fact that Canadian authorities have withdrawn parallel fraud charges here in a case that threatens to upset the cosy tradition of informal police information exchanges in cross-border criminal cases.
Sunday, 25 April 2010 19:00 | Written by Michael McKiernan | |
A judge who spearheaded the use of paperless trials in Ontario says the justice system is moving too slowly to embrace technology after a justice of the peace banned a lawyer from using his laptop in court.
Sunday, 25 April 2010 19:00 | Written by Glenn Kauth | |
Counsel for a lawyer at the centre of a pay dispute with Aird & Berlis LLP says he’s disappointed the Ontario Court of Appeal has ruled law firms have no duty to warn partners about a prospective change in their compensation structure.
Sunday, 18 April 2010 19:00 | Written by Judy van Rhijn | |
Key investment, banking, and securities organizations are realigning their internal procedures to satisfy new complaint-handling rules designed to give investors and customers access to straightforward and expeditious dispute resolution.
Sunday, 18 April 2010 19:00 | Written by Michael McKiernan | |
Ontario immigration lawyers are questioning the recently signed Quebec Mobility Agreement as a crackdown on rogue immigration consultants in Quebec threatens to restrict their ability to practise there.
Sunday, 18 April 2010 19:00 | Written by Tim Naumetz | |
OTTAWA - An Ontario judge’s ruling has disclosed what one Crown prosecutor calls a “major problem” with criminal record files held by the Canadian Police Information Centre that are routinely out of date and have been backlogged for periods of up to a year and a half.
Sunday, 11 April 2010 19:00 | Written by Robert Todd | |
A group of lawyers and judges from across the country are poised to create some certainty this year in the baffling world of overlapping multijurisdictional class actions, but the effort faces serious opposition from some lawyers in at least one province.