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  • Paul-Erik Veel was invited to speak about Lenczner Slaght's Data-Driven Decisions program at LexisNexis Canada's masterclass panel series titled Tech & Litigation: Shifting Paradigms. Paul-Erik will present on panel The Impact and Transformative Influence of AI on the Legal Industry.

    Paul-Erik Veel | July 7, 2021

  • Paul-Erik Veel was invited to speak at the Canadian Legal Innovation Forum's Law Firm Innovation Summit on the panel "Law Firm Productization: How are law firms creating innovative legal services to deliver results for their clients?". Paul-Erik spoke about Lenczner Slaght Data-Driven Decisions, our newly launched program focused on using data analytics to provide more informed advocacy to our clients.

    Paul-Erik Veel | June 22, 2021

  • Our review of the 2020 Commercial List data demonstrates that even a global pandemic and a province-wide shutdown does not slow down the Commercial List. Read our report to learn more about our data collection method, the analysis of the results, and a review of particular cases in 2020. 

    April 12, 2021

  • Paul-Erik Veel and Katie Glowach authored The Lawyer's Daily article Evidence-based legal practice: The value of data in litigation. In this article, they write about the value of evidence-based litigation, and how it allows lawyers to give clients better, more informed and more objective advice.

    Paul-Erik Veel & Katie Glowach | March 30, 2021

  • Our report, An Empirical Analysis of Cases at the Competition Tribunal, provides an analysis of the characteristics and outcomes of cases filed with the Competition Tribunal from 2005 to 2019.

    September 9, 2020

  • To better understand the work of the Court, we have undertaken a data analysis on all of the Commercial List cases reported on CanLII in 2019. This report describes our data collection method, the analysis of the results, and a review of particular cases. 

    March 1, 2019