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CCCA_V7No4_ToC-FIN_CCCA 13-11-25 11:52 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 2013 HIVER Volume 7, No. 4 5 Fom the Editorial Board: Members on a mission We’re gathering intelligence to serve you better. 7 From the Chair: Diverse, but not separate In-house counsel share common interests despite differing backgrounds. 38 Spotlight on… CCCA committees How our member volunteers work on behalf of our community. 42 CCCA News Update on the CBA Legal Futures Initiative; a report from the CIC.C pilot program — and a new learning partner for the program; the CCCA financial literacy initiative; and the CCCA national conference in Calgary. Features 18 Cross-border playbook Increased co-operation between cross-border plaintiffs is one of 16 several trends transforming — and complicating — the class action litigation landscape. By Jennifer Lewington 28 The hazards of anti-competitive conduct In a business environment where everyone from senior directors to employees can be held criminally responsible, credible antitrust compliance programs are crucial. By Yves Faguy 35 Q&A: John Pecman CCCA Magazine talks to Canada’s Commissioner of Competition about the bureau’s enforcement and advocacy priorities. By Yves Faguy Departments 18 8 Performance in the law department It is no longer enough for legal departments to operate as captive law firms where working hard and maintaining good “client” relationships are their own rewards. By Richard G. Stock 11 International arbitration Canada’s ratification of the ICSID Convention in October should mean greater stability for Canadian companies investing abroad. By Barry Leon and John Siwiec 14 Social media Exploiting opportunities and managing risks: using social media as a business tool. 28 By Stephen Antle 16 Profile: Stephanie Yang Working as in-house counsel with a billion-company specializing in immigration is no conflict with this young lawyer’s pro bono mission. By Michael Dempster Cover photography by Paul Austring 50 Inside edge Sometimes doing your job as in-house counsel means you’re unemployed at the end of the day. By Joe Bradford Legal Update 48 Cost-effective arbitration Controlling costs is all in the drafting. By Sarah Corman, McCarthy Tétrault 35 HIVER 2013 CCCA Canadian Corporate Counsel Association 3
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