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Toronto estates litigator Charles Ticker says a unique case out of New Brunswick establishes that a gift will be voided if the beneficiary will use it for an illegal purpose.

Toronto estates litigator Charles Ticker says a unique case out of New Brunswick establishes that a gift will be voided if the beneficiary will use it for an illegal purpose.

Toronto criminal lawyer John Navarrete talks with Christine Bentley and Sharon Caddy on What She Said! about the criminal aspect of the trend of shouting an obscenity at reporters live on the air in a form of verbal assault.

Toronto family lawyer Erin Chaiton-Murray works regularly with couples separating and through that experience she advises couples should have an agreement before taking their vows.

Toronto criminal lawyers Stacey Nichols and Joseph Neuberger talk law with Christine Bentley and Kate Wheeler on Sirius Radio's What She Said!

Toronto criminal lawyer Joseph Neuberger talks about the Bill Cosby case and what is sexsomnia with Kate Wheeler and Christine Bentley on What She Said! on Sirius XM radio.

At any given time in Ontario there are literally thousands of Internet users who are file sharing suspected child pornography images. Toronto criminal lawyer Aaron Harnett joins The Practice with Christine Bentley to discuss sex crimes and the home computer.

Toronto employment lawyer Nicole Simes says there is a new high water mark for human rights damages.

Toronto employment lawyer Doug MacLeod talks about questions arising from a recent decision involving Uber, including the difference between a contractor and employee.

Toronto estate litigator Suzana Popovic-Montag, managing partner with Hull & Hull LLP,  says more fights recently are arising out of power of attorney issues.

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