Marg. Bruineman|Jun 26, 2017
A chill that swept through the legal profession over the provision of unbundled legal services after the decision in Meehan v. Good earlier this year deflects the main issue in the case, say some lawyers.
It is sometimes referred to as the sharing economy, but technology has enabled its leading companies to generate huge revenues, while at the same time resulting in regulatory headaches for municipalities.
Three Canadian Bar Association sections have flagged concerns with a federal bill aimed at boosting trade and speeding up the pre-clearance process.
Lawyers say a recent Federal Court of Canada case shows the need for Canada to overhaul the way the country deals with the detention of immigrants.
Marg. Bruineman|Jun 19, 2017