Mallory Hendry

Mallory Hendry

Mallory Hendry is a Content Specialist for Key Media with a focus on writing about the evolving Canadian legal landscape. Mallory was previously assistant editor at Canadian Lawyer Magazine, Canadian Lawyer InHouse and Law Times News and is now carrying over her relationships and experience in the legal market in a new capacity.

Mallory began her career with Thomson Reuters Canada's legal products in 2011 before moving to the media side of the company. She joined Key Media in 2019.

Legal tech startup offers unique opportunity for family lawyers

Legal tech startup offers unique opportunity for family lawyers

Settify actively recruiting as company expands in burgeoning industry

To know them is to love them

To know them is to love them

How an experienced litigator got record punitive damages by trying the person, not the case

Plaintiffs’ odds improving in ‘David v. Goliath’ medical malpractice cases

Plaintiffs’ odds improving in ‘David v. Goliath’ medical malpractice cases

FOCUS—Lawyers call Canadian Medical Protective Association settlements ‘step in the right direction’

‘Major implications for the medical negligence bar’ flow from recent ruling, lawyer says

‘Major implications for the medical negligence bar’ flow from recent ruling, lawyer says

FOCUS- Anesthetized plaintiff has onus of proof, but defendant has an edge: memory of the surgery

Difficulty using Health Care Consent Act with children tested in recent case

Difficulty using Health Care Consent Act with children tested in recent case

FOCUS ON FAMILY LAW - Family law lawyers say there’s still tremendous uncertainty despite Court of Appeal decision

Use of amicus curiae in family law clarified by top court

Use of amicus curiae in family law clarified by top court

FOCUS ON FAMILY LAW - Appellate judges go out of their way to lay out what conditions justify use of a friend of the court

New reporting requirements for trusts could be just tip of the iceberg

New reporting requirements for trusts could be just tip of the iceberg

FOCUS ON WILLS, TRUSTS & ESTATES — Changes come as taxing authorities across the world move toward transparency

Equitable doctrine back before Ontario court after more than a century

Equitable doctrine back before Ontario court after more than a century

FOCUS ON WILLS, TRUSTS AND ESTATES - Doctrine of unconscionable procurement was used successfully in a recent case

Common $1M liability coverage not enough this day and age: lawyer

Common $1M liability coverage not enough this day and age: lawyer

FOCUS ON PERSONAL INJURY - Legal community more open to taking insurance companies to court for ‘bad advice’

Personal injury lawyers continue to be frustrated by jury rules

Personal injury lawyers continue to be frustrated by jury rules

FOCUS ON PERSONAL INJURY - Recent changes to small claims court, simplified procedure allowing judge-only trials steps in the right direction