Ontario’s law society needs to address problems in self-regulation

By Anita Anand Originally published on The Globe and Mail. As the Law Society of Ontario (LSO) prepares to elect a new slate of benchers this spring, the question of its governance structure, and particularly self-regulation of the legal profession, sticks out like a sore thumb. Self-regulation opens the possibility of conflicts of interest: lawyers …

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Friday News Finds – February 1, 2019

By Danica Bennewies Welcome back to Friday Finds, the weekly series on the CBLB where we share five of the top corporate and securities law news stories from the past week. The Polar Vortex sweeping through North America and causing freezing cold, Mars-like temperatures was at the top of most headlines this week, however there …

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Friday News Finds – January 18, 2019

By Danica Bennewies Happy Friday! Start your weekend off on a high note with the latest installment of Friday Finds. We’ve collected five of the major corporate and securities law news stories that dominated the headlines as well as our conversations over the past week, including updates on the Husky/MEG takeover bid and the latest …

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