Canadian Lawyer

August 2023

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CONTENTS @canlawmag 2 CHECK IT OUT ONLINE CANADIANLAWYERMAG.COM CONNECT WITH US Got a story or suggestion, or just want more information? UPFRONT 01 Editor's desk Changes bring risk and opportunity SPONSORED FEATURES 10 Family status Prima facie discrimination decisions Sponsored bySherrard Kuzz 16 Artificial intelligence How AI is changing the game Sponsored by Thomson Reuters 30 Saving time Unity software's evolving capabilities Sponsored by Dye and Durham OPINION 15 Sustainability Considering intergenerational impact 48 Back page Human rights education crucial for law FEATURES 26 Medical malpractice Landmark birth injury decisions 40 Employment Adding tort of harassment to the radar 44 Productivity Addressing the root cause 46 Relationships Why true friendships at work are vital 32 General counsel profile Rustam Juma is living the dream at Volkswagen 35 Decarbonization Planning needed to reach net-zero 38 Department profile Industrial Alliance creates new structure and mindset 06 SPECIAL REPORT TOP 25 MOST INFLUENTIAL LAWYERS Impactful trailblazers recognized for their exceptional contributions to Canada's legal landscape PROFILE CRIMINAL REFORM Understanding trauma key to justice policy, argues Benjamin Perrin in Indictment PROFILE THE ADVOCATES' SOCIETY Tackling court delays is just one one of CEO Vicki White's projects connecting lawyers across the country FEATURES ESG DISCLOSURE COUNTDOWN Mandatory environmental, social, and governance reporting will require care and scrutiny 04 36 19 12 FEATURES JUMPING ON THE AI BANDWAGON Artificial intelligence can increase productivity, but beware of hallucinations and privacy issues

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