Every day in courtrooms, separate but highly related words are bitterly argued. Often two synonyms are put up against one another, challenged and scaled on a balance of probabilities. Was it recklessness? Or negligence? Knowingly, or ought to have known?
During an upcoming Friday, Feb. 22 Webinar between 2-3 p.m., uLaw instructors are hosting an hour-long presentation detailing how large Canadian law firms can make use of uLaw’s multi-user interface to handle all clerical components of running their firm.
First thing in the morning, uLaw is open on my desktop. It’s my primary application of use. Why? It’s the ultimate at-your-fingertips legal management tool, keeping me ever-vigilant on my client and matter account management and legal accounting.
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As part of its ongoing Spot Light series on Canadian lawyers, uLaw recently sat down with Alison Scott, a lawyer and litigator based in Alberta.
Topics: Legal Spotlight
The marijuana industry in Canada is growing in more ways than one. And for lawyers, a whole new area of specialization is budding.
Ontario Regulators are now considering whether to alter the restrictions placed on real estate lawyers who obtain kickbacks and other perks from title insurers.