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Continued grievances

Continued grievances

By Delayne M. Sartison Q.C. and Stéphane Lacoste

Two labour experts look at the year ahead in labour law..

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Out of order

Out of order

By Justin Ling

Has the so-called civility movement already won?

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Working toward diversity in law

Working toward diversity in law

By Karen Dyck and Mark Berlin

Some trends to look out for in closing the diversity gap within Canada's legal profession.

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Business (of) law in 2015

Business (of) law in 2015

By Becky Rynor

Keep your pencils sharp and your hands clean.

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2015: Outlook on aboriginal law

2015: Outlook on aboriginal law

By Christopher Devlin

As part of its year-end coverage, National Magazine asked CBA members what 2015 will bring in their areas of law.

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2015 Trends in Futures

2015 Trends in Futures

By Karin Galldin

As part of its year-end coverage, National Magazine asked CBA members and staff what 2015 will bring in their areas of law.

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IP 2014

IP 2014

By Mala Joshi

A year in review.

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The Chevron appeal

The Chevron appeal

By Justin Ling

How a dispute over environmental damage in Ecuador became about the enforcement of foreign judgments.

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National's top 14 for 2014

National's top 14 for 2014

By National

Here are the top stories that resonated with our readers in 2014.

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Outsourcing for solos

Outsourcing for solos

By Carolynne Burkholder-James

Build your business and invest in your productivity through outsourcing.

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No warrant needed

No warrant needed

By Yves Faguy

"Take any Canadian’s phone and start searching through it and I think we quickly realize how important this privacy is."

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Uber v. cabs

Uber v. cabs

By Justin Ling

Can the rideshare service find salvation in the Competition Act?

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