CBA News - Current Edition

SPOTLIGHT ON CANADIAN BAR REVIEW

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It’s been an exciting time for the Canadian Bar Review. The editors completed their first three-issue volume with a special issue on former Supreme Court Justice Louis LeBel, and are kicking off their second volume with a special issue focused on legal education for the whole career. Read on for more →

 

CBA Influence

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Check out the latest issue of CBA Influence, a monthly newsletter about CBA initiatives, submissions, interventions and comments on public policy. This newsletter provides a 360-degree look at both our current advocacy work, and opportunities for the CBA to get involved.


BILLED-BASIS ACCOUNTING UPDATE

Billed Basis Accounting

On September 8, 2017, the government released its draft legislation to implement changes to billed-basis accounting for work in progress.  The Canadian Bar Association welcomes the news that the proposal reflects a longer coming-into-force period. Read on for more details →


TAX OUTREACH

Unfair tax changes

The federal government calls its latest proposed income tax measures a step in the direction of #taxfairness, but the CBA – along with dozens of other organizations – is calling them #unfairtaxchanges. Read on to see what we're doing about it →


SAVE THE DATE

Beverley McLachlin

Canada’s Chief Justice is stepping down from her post and people across the country are being invited to mark her retirement. The National Organizing Committee is planning two events, one in Ottawa in December and a second in Vancouver next April. Read on for more →


 

MORTGAGE TOOLKIT

Mortgage Instruction Toolkit

The CBA’s Real Property Section has developed a Mortgage Instruction Toolkit for lawyers who deal with residential real estate transactions – and the increasingly broad scope of lender instructions, which are becoming increasingly onerous and sometimes inappropriate. Read on →


CALL FOR CONTRIBUTORS TO CBA NATIONAL

CBA NATIONAL Magazine

Do you want to make a name for yourself in the legal blogosphere? Join our roster of stellar contributors and get your analysis/opinion out there! Our CBA members have a wealth of knowledge and expertise that’s worth sharing with the wider world. Find out how you can get involved by contacting Yves Faguy at yvesf@cba.org.


CBA SOLUTIONS SERIES

CBA Solutions Series

Looking for practical solutions to everyday problems? This year’s Solutions Series is well underway. Upcoming webinars deal with working with support staff, building client trust and pivotal career moments. Read on →


 

UPCOMING CONFERENCES

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Does your section have a conference coming up this fall? Check the list →


PREFERRED SUPPLIERS ARE NOW THE CBA ADVANTAGE

CBA Advantage

Preferred Suppliers has a new name and a new modus operandi which should result in exclusive offers more directly targeted to the way you work. Read on →


 

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STAGE2DATA

Recent data breaches opens new possibilities for Canadian insurance firms
Cyber space is ever changing and becoming more interwoven in how we live and do business. While technology is being developed to ease people’s way of living it often requires transaction of someone's personal and/or financial details. See how this is opening new opportunities for Canadian insurance firms.

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