Canadian Lawyer

May 2023

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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 Getting on board with AI 04 News analysis Will bail reform increase public safety? SPONSORED FEATURES 09 Prioritizing privacy Ensure compliance with privacy laws Sponsored by Bereskin and Parr LLP 14 Employment termination COVID-19 vaccination refusal Sponsored by Sherrard Kuzz OPINION 13 Data analytics Data-driven diversity decisions 64 Back page AI:Opportunity, not threat FEATURES 48 Competition Act Concerns over proposed legislation 52 Canadian Law Awards Congratulations to 2023 winners PEOPLE 06 Cross examined Richard Wong mentors Asian-Canadian lawyers with his father's advice in mind 40 General counsel profile Lorne O'Reilly has his work cut out for him overseeing enormous project 46 Department profile BMO's vital contributions to Pro Bono Ontario's programs 10 FEATURES KEEPING DATA SAFE Amid new legislation, recent breaches, and proliferation of new tech, in-house counsel are increasingly focusing on data management PROFILE CROSS EXAMINED For Paul-Erik Veel, data analysis provides a new way to advise clients SPECIAL REPORT TOP PERSONAL INJURY BOUTIQUES Highest-ranked Canadian personal injury law firms put clients first and advocate for systemic change FEATURES FAMILY LAW DISPUTES Expeditious alternatives to lengthy court proceedings SPECIAL REPORT TOP 10 ONTARIO REGIONAL FIRMS Characteristics of excellence that set apart the law firms ranked highest in 2023 17 27 43 33

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