The Art of Practice

For lawyers with a higher calling, effective practice is an art. Check in for regular case summaries, practice points, client service tips and more.


The Many Facets of Legal Market Disruption

  • May 17, 2018
  • Michael Sauber

The legal market is changing. Is it disruption or evolution? That may be irrelevant as firms must innovate to compete with emerging new business models.

Are You Tax-Ready?

  • December 18, 2017
  • Dennis Tmej and Jin Wen

Proposed changes to eliminate the Work in Progress (WIP) deferral means many lawyers will find themselves facing additional taxes payable over the next five years.

AI For Third Party Risk Discovery

  • October 02, 2017
  • Dan Adamson and Deborah Gold

Automated, machine learning technologies cost effectively protect against reputational risks while meeting compliance mandates.

Do Sex Offenders Have a Right to Facebook?

  • August 18, 2017
  • Saba Ahmad

The Supreme Courts in Canada and the US appear to disagree. Saba Ahmad examines the cultural differences around free speech and expression in the context of R v J (KR) and Packingham v North Carolina.

Online Dispute Resolution is Coming: Are we ready?

  • August 18, 2017
  • Andrew Ottaway

Our province has a history of false starts with adopting new technologies, making it easy to be skeptical that ODR is on its way. But the tide is rising, and Ontario must be ready to stay afloat.