Public companies must monitor practices of their global supply chains more closely
The Lydall-Texel deal stitches together different but complementary manufacturers
As a number of provinces enact stringent regulation forcing companies to slash GHG emissions, senior in-house counsel are taking a lead role
Law firms have begun to adopt the kind of trial-and-error thinking prevalent in the tech industry. But accepting risk as part of doing business will be a tough sell for professionals trained to avoid risk.
How do you know when a tech start-up has made it big in this country? When it leaves, of course. Canada has work to do if it wants to be more than an incubator for the States