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Tort Law

New suits filed over sperm donor who claimed to be a neuroscientist, but wasn’t

Bar Associations

British Columbia law society appeals decision forcing it to admit students from Trinity Western

International Law

8 years after landmark international manhunt, ex-teacher gets time for Cambodia child-sex crimes

Law Practice

McCarthy Tétrault chooses nonlawyer to redesign firm

Supreme Court Report

Senate hold on Merrick Garland nomination is unprecedented, almost

Marketing

In Canada, Axess offers legal services in Wal-Marts

Evidence

GPS tracker put assassin on lawyer’s trail, but also helped catch the suspects, feds testify

Legal History

Judge OKs first ‘assisted death,’ with help of physician, in Canada

International Law

As Canada’s Gowlings completes 1,400-attorney merger with UK firm, more growth is already planned

Criminal Justice

‘One man’s vulgarity is another man’s lyric,’ says judge acquitting man in Twitter case

Internet Law

Verdict looms in first Canadian criminal case involving claimed Twitter harassment

Trusts & Estates

Widow says Apple wanted death certificate, will and court order to reveal spouse’s password

Business of Law

Axiom expands into Canada by acquiring part of Cognition

Law Firms

Ogletree Deakins opens first office in Canada

International Law

El Chapo recaptured in Mexico

Criminal Justice

Fake letter on his law firm letterhead seeks to scam local businesses, attorney warns

Trials & Litigation

Did juror’s crush on prosecutor affect verdict? Defense lawyer mulls appeal options

Business of Law

Wal-Mart-based law firm is in an expansion mode

Internet Law

Teenager whose prank calls sent armed SWAT teams to dozens of US homes got 16 months

Terrorism

Corporate BigLaw partner held hostage at luxury hotel in Mali is safe
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