Canadian Lawyer InHouse

February/March 2021

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2 CONTENTS CONNECT WITH US Got a story or suggestion, or just want to find out some more information? @CLInHouse ISSUE X.XX Sue-Lynn Noel Purolator Inc. Rob Van Walleghem Trans Mountain Corporation UPFRONT 01 Editor's desk 2020 was a career-defining year for most in-house counsel 04 News roundup Promoting racialized lawyers a priority of new group's mandate 06 Intelligence Berlin Packaging expands Canadian presence COLUMNS 08 Patent extension amendments Policy on extensions is changed significantly 38 Ethics CEO discourages executive team from communicating with board FEATURES 28 Department profile Being responsive to rapidly changing laws is critical 30 Litigation In-house counsel share strategies for mitigating against litigation risk 32 Teamwork Seven things managers can do to strengthen relationships with teams 34 Culture Three ways to make the workplace a more supportive environment 36 Engagement Why your open-door policy is a joke 26 FEATURE Life science companies in spotlight during pandemic ISSUE 16.01 18 COVER STORY General counsel at Purolator and Trans Mountain discuss key challenges and priorities for 2021 14 CORPORATE COUNSEL SURVEY Volume of work most significant challenge

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