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Law professor Ardi Imseis joins UN commission investigating Yemen civil war human rights violations

Law professor Ardi Imseis joins UN commission investigating Yemen civil war human rights violations

Before joining Queen’s Law, Imseis worked for the UN for 12 years

Outsized award against insurer should incentivize fairness in LAT, says lawyer

Outsized award against insurer should incentivize fairness in LAT, says lawyer

Adjudicator called insurer’s conduct ‘imprudent, inflexible and immoderate’

Canada is among the first to countries to release guidelines for combining mediation and arbitration

Canada is among the first to countries to release guidelines for combining mediation and arbitration

The parties first try to work it out using mediation, and then move directly to an arbitration process if they are unable to come to a resolution

Environmental lawyers seek amendments to Clean Water Act

Environmental lawyers seek amendments to Clean Water Act

The lack of reforms poses threats to Indigenous communities and users of private wells, says CELA

Nearly 46% of readers support more progressive LSO fee structure

Nearly 46% of readers support more progressive LSO fee structure

Law Times' reader poll shows divide between lawyers who like 2020’s lower fees and those who want a more progressive fee scheme

Lenczner Slaght expands its referral network for female lawyers to corporate practice areas

Lenczner Slaght expands its referral network for female lawyers to corporate practice areas

Lenczner Slaght partners with McCarthy Tétrault to develop corporate referral lists