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Pair of civil cases thrown out,‘clear message’ seen from court
For the second time in less than a year, Ontario’s top court has warned plaintiffs that failing to diligently pursue their cases could be fatal to the file.
Lawyers’ earnings will flatten or fall, corporate spending on outside counsel will plunge 30 to 50 per cent over the next three to five years, and mid-size law firms will disappear.
Helping clients is what lawyers do. When the client has a traumatic brain injury, however, how that help is offered may need to change.
Malpractice claims grounded in wills and estates practice have increased significantly over the last several years.
The legal market is changing. As technological developments affect everything that legal professionals do, business models are becoming more competitive.