Aidan Macnab

Aidan Macnab

Aidan Macnab is Canada Editor - Law for Key Media's legal publications, including Canadian Lawyer, Law Times and Lexpert.

Aidan is a graduate of the Ryerson School of Journalism.

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Business and human rights law is a growing legal practice globally: Canadian Bar Association guide

Business and human rights law is a growing legal practice globally: Canadian Bar Association guide

The CBA has released document to help lawyers advise clients on assessing their human rights impact

What does the new Working for Workers Act mean for workers and employers?

What does the new Working for Workers Act mean for workers and employers?

Ban on non-compete-agreements and right to disconnect policy already the law in many cases: lawyers

Ruling gives 'clearer directions' on assessing limitations period in disability cases, say lawyers

Ruling gives 'clearer directions' on assessing limitations period in disability cases, say lawyers

'Clear and unequivocal denial' not necessary for claim's discoverability: Court of Appeal

Trafficking convictions tossed after trial judge takes four years to release reasons for judgment

Trafficking convictions tossed after trial judge takes four years to release reasons for judgment

Court of Appeal found presumption of integrity and impartiality had been rebutted in the case

Panel to discuss role of litigation and regulation in managing justice system use of AI

Panel to discuss role of litigation and regulation in managing justice system use of AI

Law Commission of Ontario amid a multi-year law reform review on AI and automated decision-making

Law Society of Ontario defers vote on eliminating mandatory minimum wage for articling students

Law Society of Ontario defers vote on eliminating mandatory minimum wage for articling students

Around 10-15 per cent of articling placements are unpaid or paid below the minimum wage: report

Lawyer's documentary explores healing from trauma

Lawyer's documentary explores healing from trauma

Women of Resilience has been selected and awarded at several international festivals

New Canadian Bar Association president to focus on non-traditional career paths, mental health

New Canadian Bar Association president to focus on non-traditional career paths, mental health

New president is first public sector lawyer to lead the CBA

Secured creditor must give reasonable notice before seizing defaulted assets: Court of Appeal

Secured creditor must give reasonable notice before seizing defaulted assets: Court of Appeal

Court 'confirmed the well-settled common law principle,' says Maanit Zemel, appellants' lawyer

Ontario Nurses Association say province’s public sector wage restraint bill unconstitutional

Ontario Nurses Association say province’s public sector wage restraint bill unconstitutional

Law produces disparate impact between male-dominated and predominantly female unions: ONA