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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Convocation: benchers approve research funding to underpin renewed equity agenda

Convocation: benchers approve research funding to underpin renewed equity agenda

Restart needed post-COVID and amid rising polarization and technological change: report

Law Commission of Ontario report calls for modernizing consumer protection for digital marketplace

Law Commission of Ontario report calls for modernizing consumer protection for digital marketplace

Ontario recently reformed the Consumer Protection Act

Spirit of Schlifer Award recipients honoured as clinic's clients face mounting challenges

Spirit of Schlifer Award recipients honoured as clinic's clients face mounting challenges

Kirsten Mercer and Carla Neto are the 2024 Sprit of Schlifer Award winners

Psychiatrist’s ‘careless’ expert evidence leads to new sentencing for dangerous offender: Ont. CA

Psychiatrist’s ‘careless’ expert evidence leads to new sentencing for dangerous offender: Ont. CA

Judges 'last line of defence' against miscarriages of justice from unreliable expert reports: court

Camera pointed at suspect's home not intrusion on reasonable expectation of privacy: Ont. CA

Camera pointed at suspect's home not intrusion on reasonable expectation of privacy: Ont. CA

Pole cameras represent significant s. 8 issue, says Alan Gold, who plans to appeal to SCC

Court of Appeal overturns convictions finding Crown breached accused’s confidential informant status

Court of Appeal overturns convictions finding Crown breached accused’s confidential informant status

'Rare' case in which convictions are stayed for abuse of process, said court

Appeal court confirms doctors liable in medical malpractice case concerning law of informed consent

Appeal court confirms doctors liable in medical malpractice case concerning law of informed consent

With elective treatments, medical professionals are duty-bound to inform patients of risks, alternative options

Queen’s Taylor Swift course 'Law (Taylor’s Version)' uses singer as entertainment law case study

Queen’s Taylor Swift course 'Law (Taylor’s Version)' uses singer as entertainment law case study

A course theme is that entertainment law spans many different legal practice areas

Latest employment law reform includes new disclosure rules for AI used for job applicant screening

Latest employment law reform includes new disclosure rules for AI used for job applicant screening

Working for Workers Four Act also includes wage protection rules for service workers

An issue of ‘biblical scope:’ Ontario opioids class action entering phase two of certification

An issue of ‘biblical scope:’ Ontario opioids class action entering phase two of certification

Ontario case one of four class actions across Canada targeting opioid manufacturers and suppliers