Canadian Lawyer

July 2021

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CONTENTS CONNECT WITH US Got a story or suggestion, or just want to find out some more information? @canlawmag CHECK IT OUT ONLINE CANADIANLAWYERMAG.COM 2 UPFRONT 01 Editor's desk Law firm office space is no longer being taken for granted 06 Western update Fired articling student has award against firm tripled on appeal 08 Ontario update Ontario's new three-day COVID-related paid sick leave 10 Ottawa update Supreme Court of Canada rules on consent, capacity FEATURES 44 Privacy & data New privacy legislation will regulate artificial intelligence OPINION 12 Banking on corporate New guidelines on corporate governance 48 Back page The pandemic provides an opportunity to address systemic barriers 14 COVER STORY THE REIMAGINED OFFICE As lawyers start returning to their communal workplaces, law firms are taking the opportunity to reevaluate how they use their space SPECIAL REPORT TOP 10 ARBITRATION CHAMBERS Court delays mean clients are turning to arbitration PROFILE CROSS EXAMINED Pascal de Guise says joining Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP was the culmination of his goal to help Quebec businesses succeed SPECIAL REPORT TOP PERSONAL INJURY BOUTIQUES A lack of jury trials is adding to the case backlog LEGAL REPORT INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY Small and medium businesses often don't realize how important it is to protect IP 40 04 17 35

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