Aidan Macnab

Aidan Macnab

Aidan Macnab is an Associate Editor for Key Media’s legal publications including Canadian LawyerLaw Times, and Lexpert. He's responsible for interviewing and profiling the most influential lawyers in the Canadian legal industry.

Aidan is a graduate of Ryerson School of Journalism with specialties that include sports writing, politics, magazine-style features, and survey-content curation.

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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

Resignation boom influenced by pandemic-induced priority shifts: HR lawyer

Resignation boom influenced by pandemic-induced priority shifts: HR lawyer

Laura Williams has watched several global trends shape workplace issues

Split panel dismisses sentence appeal, 69-year-old’s 20-year sentence not ‘unduly long or harsh’

Split panel dismisses sentence appeal, 69-year-old’s 20-year sentence not ‘unduly long or harsh’

Court balances life expectancy with a proportionate sentence

Court of Appeal clarifies mens rea for bribery under Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act

Court of Appeal clarifies mens rea for bribery under Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act

Defence need only establish 'reasonable possibility' late disclosure impacted trial fairness: Court

Uber class action certified, commonality in alleged contract, employment standards breaches: judge

Uber class action certified, commonality in alleged contract, employment standards breaches: judge

Commonality issue will have ‘far-reaching’ implications for the gig economy, says lawyer

Can condo corps require COVID vaccinations?

Can condo corps require COVID vaccinations?

Condo lawyers are fielding questions about the legality of vaccine mandates

Title insurance referral fee could become ‘greatest argument’ against self-regulation, says lawyer

Title insurance referral fee could become ‘greatest argument’ against self-regulation, says lawyer

Fees must be disclosed, or passed on to the client as savings, says another lawyer