Lexpert Headlines in the Globe and Mail’s Report on Business

  • In a few short years, anyone with a couple hundred dollars will be able to register a trademark, whether it’s being used commercially or not. Trademark trafficking, and trolls, won’t be far behind.
  • Navigating the political and bureaucratic minefield of health law is not for the faint of heart. But as demographic realities add pressure to an already stressed system, opportunities for innovators may emerge
  • Competition has blurred the lines of our legal market. With pressure from boutiques and national full-service firms, mid-size players are regrouping
  • The rules around Canadian class actions — for decades, a work in progress — have finally found some measure of clarity. Could the Wild West era be over?
  • If you had to choose one in-house lawyer who has experience with deals publicly going through Investment Canada’s national security reviews, it would have to be Paul Beauregard. And in the early days, it wasn’t always a pleasant experience for ...