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Risk Projections for FY 2023-2024: What legal professionals need to know

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Welcome to the official website for LexisNexis Canada’s exclusive 2023 Risk Outlook for Canadian Entities: Risk Management Tools for VUCA Times! 

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Welcome to the age of the “polycrisis.” Experts agree, the combination of global economic instability, geopolitical conflict, climate change and population health challenges could make 2023 a memorable year for Canadian entities navigating the increasingly VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous) risk landscape.  

Don’t panic! LexisNexis Canada brought together a panel of Canadian in-house legal, risk and compliance professionals and external counsel to share their expert insights into the biggest threats facing Canadian entities today – and best practices for mitigating risk and promoting the resiliency of teams, business, and organizations serving Canadians in 2023 and beyond! 



  • Juliana Saxberg, B.A.(hons), J.D., Practice Area Consultant, LexisNexis Canada, Corporate, Government and Academic Segment (Moderator)
  • Tina Gill, B.Com. L.L.B. Practice Area Consultant, Small Law, LexisNexis Canada, Solo and Small Law Segment (Moderator)


  • Calvin Chrustie LLM, Critical Risk Team Senior Partner - 21st Century Asymmetrical Problem Solvers
  • Yusra Khan, Lawyer & Regulatory Compliance Professional
  • Dave Dhillon, Insurance Coverage, Litigation and Cybersecurity Lawyer 
  • Devan Marr, Research Lawyer, LAWPRO 

Areas of focus for 2023 legal and risk professionals in Canada: 

  • Global geopolitical conflict and cyber warfare 
  • Insider threats, labour market pressure and the global mental health crisis 
  • Climate risk: Preparing for 2023 the storm season 
  • Regulatory burden: Complying with sanctions and mandatory ESG 
  • Insurance exclusions and coverage disputes


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