Canadian Lawyer

November 2022

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CONTENTS @canlawmag CHECK IT OUT ONLINE CANADIANLAWYERMAG.COM 2 CONNECT WITH US Got a story or suggestion, or just want more information? UPFRONT 01 Editor's desk Embracing the data revolution 04 News analysis Data-driven insights are elevating law firms' services SPONSORED FEATURES 09 Intellectual property IP strategies and the metaverse Sponsored by Bereskin and Parr LLP 30 Q&A with Anita Nador How to navigate trade secrets Sponsored by Gowling WLG OPINION 14 Twitter vs Musk Legal issues that are fundamental to M&A 48 Back page A big step on the path to decolonization PEOPLE 06 Cross examined For Naseem Mithoowani, immigration law was the perfect career choice 32 Psychedelics The lawyers calling for easier access to new therapies for mental health 34 Infrastructure The sector remains strong, but there are challenges ahead 36 Department profile Embedded in the business, Ballard's legal team takes a collaborative approach 10 FEATURES MITIGATING RISK FOR SICKKIDS GC Megan Evans and her team are putting patients' interests front and centre at the Hospital for Sick Children PROFILE CROSS EXAMINED Awanish Sinha, partner at McCarthy T├ętrault LLP, is pushing toward a "new frontier of law," finding innovative solutions to unprecedented legal challenges FEATURES TRADEMARKS IN DEMAND The Canadian Intellectual Property Office is battling a perfect storm that's driving a flood of trademark applications FEATURES LITIGATION A Supreme Court slip-and-fall case provides clarity on whether a government practice is 'core policy' or 'operational' SPECIAL REPORT READERS' CHOICE A spotlight on the market-leading product and service suppliers behind the growth of Canadian law firms in 2022 22 38 26 15

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