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CCCA_V6No4_ToC-FIN_CCCA 11/27/12 11:54 AM Page 3 CANADIAN CORPORATE CCCA COUNSEL ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATION CANADIENNE magazine DES CONSEILLERS (ÈRES) JURIDIQUES D’ENTREPRISES CCCA IS A CBA CONFERENCE L’ACCJE EST UNE Table of Contents Leading Corporate Counsel • Le conseiller juridique d’entreprise – Droit devant CONFÉRENCE DE L’ABC WINTER 2012 HIVER Volume 6, No. 4 5 From the Editor The power of influence. 7 From the Chair Celebrating 25 years of in-house excellence. 46 Spotlight on… CCCA The evolution of an association. 49 CCCA News CCCA mentoring program; New CCCA awards; New CCCA PD committee; and more. Features 22 The enforcer When Melanie Aitken spoke, corporate Canada listened. A look at the former Competition Bureau Commissioner’s tenure — and what lies ahead. By Pablo Fuchs Cover photography by Paul Eekhoff 22 28 Q&A: Melanie Aitken In her own words: life at the Competition Bureau. By Pablo Fuchs 32 What’s next? From anti-spam legislation to corporate social responsibility, here are six important developments to watch for in the months ahead. By Susan Goldberg Departments 8 Performance in the Law Department No time to think. By Richard G. Stock 10 Pensions law 28 What rights do companies have to amend post-retirement benefits? By Jonathan Marin 12 Privacy Privacy issues and cloud computing. By Timothy Banks 14 Law firm management There’s got to be a better way to contain costs. By Joe Milstone 16 Project management The second installment of our guide to PM discusses the importance of assessing 32 the alternatives that will support your objectives By Melissa LaFlair 18 Profile: Adam Larry The licensing director and associate counsel of the NHL Players’ Association stickhandles a job that is anything but straightforward. By Michael Dempster 39 Deals & Developments A look at some of the deals, acquisitions and financings that took place over the last several months. By Gina Fusco Legal Update 53 The case for improved technology in court New developments in e-discovery and electronic litigation — Part two. By Eli Mogil, McCarthy Tétrault 54 Inside Edge There is no need to leave legal to broaden experience. By Leslie O’Donaghue 18 HIVER 2012 CCCA Canadian Corporate Counsel Association 3
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