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A British Columbia Supreme Court judge has struck down a law permitting federal prisons to place inmates in solitary confinement indefinitely. The B.C. Civil Liberties Association says the practice hinders prisoners' rehabilitation.

Toronto trust and estate litigator Felice Kirsh says nine out of 10 cases settle in mediation.

Ian Hull and Suzana Popovic-Montag, partners at Hull & Hull LLP, discuss common law and estate planning.

Toronto Appellate Counsel Brian Radnoff has April's top five appeals.

Toronto employment lawyer Doug MacLeod says just because you call someone an independent contractor doesn't mean they are.

Toronto fertility lawyer Sara Cohen says a case out of the B.C. Supreme Court has for the first time declared sperm is property.

Now that the Safe Streets and Communities Act is in effect Toronto criminal lawyer Christopher Hicks tells what's next for Canadians under these new crime laws, particularly with respect to mandatory minimum sentences.

Toronto criminal lawyer Catriona Verner has a case (R v. Michael Kassa) before the Ontario Court of Appeal that she says demonstrates how someone can be convicted of murder on very little evidence and spend five years in custody

Toronto appellate lawyer Brian Radnoff has the top five appeals for the month of February, 2012 from the Ontario Court of Appeal.

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