KEEPING YOUR LAW FIRM GOING IN THE CORONAVIRUS CRISIS (9): CANADA

In the 9th in this series we look at advice to and from lawyers in Canada.   All of these links offer practical advice which can be used in the UK, and beyond.

Canada

In ‘COVID-19: law firms going remote, some restricting access to offices’, the Canadian Lawyer looks at different firm’s responses to the virus and gives links to their resources.

 

Software companies are offering Canadian law firms free access to software to help lawyers more effectively work from home as is reported in ‘Law firms offered free software to help them work remotely through COVID-19’ from the Canadian Lawyer.

In Clyde & Co’s article ‘COVID-19 Canada: Closing Arguments by Video Conference – The Show Must Go On’ guidance is given on how lawyers should handle remote hearings.

The Law Society of Ontario answers FAQs on Practice Management including what should lawyers do to prepare for practice interruptions associated with COVID-19.

Deloitte Canada suggests ways organisations can mitigate damages to their business during coronavirus.