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New training standards place higher costs on employers

Ontario’s new standards for Joint Health and Safety Committee (JHSC) certification training and training providers seem to be based on a controversial approach from the ... Read more

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File applications quickly to avoid losing patent rights

By Aaron Edgar In our last article, " Risky for lawyers to suggest clients wait to file patents ," we discussed the dangers of waiting to file for patent protection and ... Read more

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How to set up and maintain a professional corporation

If you’re a lawyer considering incorporating your practice, it’s crucial to know the set-up and maintenance involved when launching a lawyer professional corporation, ... Read more

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It’s a new year – let’s get some new ideas going!

By Inga Andriessen Maybe it’s just me, but 2015 had some themes running through it, in terms of the legal industry. I’m hoping that some new ideas will spring up ... Read more

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Resolutions for your business

By Inga Andriessen As we’re approaching the end of 2015, it’s a great time to reflect back on your business last year and resolve to make changes in 2016. The ... Read more

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2015 business law highlights

By Inga Andriessen As the year starts speeding to a close, this week’s blog takes a look at some of the important business law issues of 2015. The most recent ... Read more

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It's not too late to collect receivables by year-end

If you are a business owner trying to collect receivables before your December year-end, it’s not too late to take action, says Toronto business lawyer Inga Andriessen . ... Read more

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UK’s first DPA is a lesson for Canada

The approval of the United Kingdom's first Deferred Prosecution Agreement (DPA) involving a corporate bribery case is a major step forward in dealing with white collar crime, ... Read more

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Seasons greetings and warnings

By Inga Andriessen It’s December, the “most wonderful time of the year” and also one of the most dangerous times of the year for employers. The holiday ... Read more

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It’s better to plan than to respond

By Inga Andriessen I recently had a meeting with a client who retained us to draft a shareholder’s agreement for her and the co-owner of her business. This type of an ... Read more

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Crown asking for five years in jail for project manager

By Norm Keith  and Shane Todd The tragic saga of a quadruple fatality on a construction site on Christmas Eve 2009 has finally come to legal conclusion with the criminal ... Read more

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Policies and posters in Ontario businesses

By Inga Andriessen The Ministry of Labour in Ontario is stepping up its inspection and enforcement of a couple of relatively new requirements of the Employment Standards Act ... Read more

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Andriessen to evaluate Ryerson LPP civil trials

On Dec. 14, Toronto business lawyer  Inga Andriessen  will be assessing the cross and direct examinations of candidates in the Ryerson Law Practice Program (LPP) , as ... Read more

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Andriessen to discuss mentoring at law club event

Toronto business lawyer  Inga Andriessen will share her thoughts on the topics of sexual harassment in the workplace and the importance of mentoring in the ... Read more

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Andriessen named chair of OJEN Halton Committee

Toronto business lawyer  Inga Andriessen  has been appointed chair of the Ontario Justice Education Network (OJEN) Halton Committee, and aims to continue to ... Read more

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OSC whistleblower rules could have unintended consequences

New rules brought in by the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) to reward whistleblowers could have some unintended consequences for both the accused and the system of justice, ... Read more

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Where to start a business lawsuit

By Inga Andriessen Recently we’ve had numerous inquiries from businesses outside of Ontario asking where they should start their litigation. Some of these businesses ... Read more

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Convicted project manager awaits sentencing

By Norm Keith and Shane Todd The tragic saga of a quadruple fatality on a construction site on Christmas Eve 2009 has come one step closer to its conclusion with the criminal ... Read more

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Is incorporating your business the right move?

Toronto business lawyer Anton Katz says there are several key reasons for incorporating a business, but it’s important to keep in mind it’s not a ... Read more

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But they promised!

By Inga Andriessen Remember when you were a kid and your parent, likely half listening to you, agreed to give you a chocolate bar you really shouldn’t have been getting ... Read more

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