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Exigent announces eDiscovery partnership with Morgan Lewis
24-Oct-2014 8:34 PM
Global law firm, Morgan Lewis and global legal services provider Exigent have joined forces to provide high-quality, cost-effective eDiscovery solutions to clients around the world

Cognition co-founder Robsun Ho to join crowd funding start-up
23-Oct-2014 4:37 PM
Cognition LLP co-founder Rubsun Ho said Wednesday he will be moving out of his day-to-day role with the firm

Patent Prosecution Highway continues as cheap, fast track to patent protection
23-Oct-2014 1:41 PM
Intellectual property boutique Smart & Biggar says that the Patent Prosecution Highway continues as a "phenomenal success" in Canada.

Canada first in global inbound mergers and acquisitions volume
22-Oct-2014 4:15 PM
In other M&A news, the firm says that the market generally "cooled" in September in comparison to prior months

Coopting the cops: Class action plaintiff lawyers gain access to wiretap evidence
22-Oct-2014 12:14 PM
Drew Hasselback wonders if compelling the police to disclose wiretap evidence to class action lawyers make them agents for the plaintiffs.

AIDSbeat set to light up the Liberty Grand on Friday
21-Oct-2014 6:47 PM
AIDSbeat takes the stage Friday in Toronto. This year's theme is Studio 54

Witness in insider trading case doesn’t believe he received undisclosed info from accused
20-Oct-2014 9:27 PM
A key witness in a high profile insider tipping and trading case before the OSC denied knowingly receiving inside tips from Paul Azeff

Legal Tender: Non-compete clauses have their limits
20-Oct-2014 11:21 AM
Non-competition covenants can be important tools that help you protect your business, but in Canada they have their limits

Marc Noël becomes chief justice of Federal Court of Appeal and other legal moves and grooves
20-Oct-2014 10:20 AM
Marc Noël becomes Chief Justice of Federal Court of Appeal, David Wingfield moves to Cassels Brock and other legal moves and grooves.

Supreme Court of Canada allows wiretap evidence to be used in class action lawsuit
17-Oct-2014 4:12 PM
Plaintiffs in a Quebec price fixing class action can use wiretap evidence gathered in a criminal investigation, the Supreme Court says

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