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The importance of privacy rights in the workplace

In a world where cameras and other forms of surveillance are “pervasive,” workplace monitoring must strike a balance between the privacy rights of employees and the ... Read more

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Former couple's custody battle over their dog divides N.L.'s top court

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — In a case that divided Newfoundland and Labrador's top court over what constitutes pet ownership, a man has been awarded sole custody of a dog following a ... Read more

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Ontario courts in need of tech updates: Forstner

It is an unfortunate reality that the technology available to most people in the developed world is still not present in Ontario’s court system, says Oshawa criminal lawyer ... Read more

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Medical affairs leaders play a vital role

Medical affairs leaders make up an important element of the health-care system that the public hears little about, says Toronto health lawyer  Kate Dewhirst . ... Read more

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The folly of self-representation at an LSO hearing

Lawyers facing discipline hearings before a Law Society of Ontario (LSO) tribunal must overcome their often-stubborn tendencies to “go it alone” with their ... Read more

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Married vs. common-law rights after a breakup

When relationships break down, common-law spouses don't have the same rights as married couples, Pickering family lawyer Angela Princewill tells AdvocateDaily.com . ... Read more

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Mediator Rose takes ‘no one gets hurt’ approach

It’s preferable if the parties settle their own case, but a recommendation can be useful as a last resort to break an impasse, Toronto mediator and settlement counsel ... Read more

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Inclusionary zoning could unite or further divide

The Ontario government’s plan to create more affordable housing comes with a controversial inclusionary zoning provision, Toronto real estate lawyer  Matthias Duensing ... Read more

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Decision in insurance case a big win for the ‘little guy’

A recent case in which an insurance company was ordered to pay more than $230,000 in legal costs to an elderly woman it dragged through the courts for nine years is not only a ... Read more

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Lawyers must advocate for gender equality: Townsend

The momentum from the #MeToo and #TimesUp campaigns has resulted in an energetic movement of women joining forces to hold men who have abused their power accountable, Toronto ... Read more

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DIY legal services could give false sense of security: Heft

Online platforms that offer cheap legal documents without using a lawyer could give people a false sense of security, Toronto-area family lawyer  Reesa Heft tells The ... Read more

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Justice Laskin receives TLA Award of Distinction

The increase in the number of women arguing appeals has led to improvements in appellate advocacy in Ontario, Court of Appeal Justice John Laskin tells the Toronto Lawyers ... Read more

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Lawyers should take note of cheap, online legal tools: Urback

Lawyers should pay attention to online platforms that offer legal documents at a fraction of the price, Toronto litigator  Matthew Urback tells The Lawyer’s Daily . ... Read more

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Daya takes on new role as fiction, cookbook author

The stylish yet purposeful young woman on the front cover of Law Girl’s Bump in the Road could be an avatar of Toronto personal injury lawyer Jasmine Daya , who ... Read more

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Statement of principles debate too polarized

Hamilton personal injury lawyer  Andrew Spurgeon  worries the debate over the Law Society of Ontario’s (LSO) controversial statement of principles (SOP) has become ... Read more

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Independent contractor misclassification can prove costly

A $20-million proposed class action brought against a private school by a number of its former sessional teachers highlights the importance of consulting an employment lawyer ... Read more

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Med-mal work gives surgeon insight into importance of communication

Years of experience as an expert witness in medical malpractice matters for both sides of the court has given Toronto facial plastic surgeon Dr. David Ellis a unique ... Read more

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Helmets a must for risky winter activities

A family visit to a ski resort or tobogganing hill may be a fun way to spend March break, but parents should be aware of the risk of traumatic brain injury (TBI) that can arise ... Read more

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WSIB changes slipping under employers' radar

Many employers are unaware of recent changes to Ontario’s workplace compensation laws pertaining to work-related mental health challenges, Markham, Ont.-based employment ... Read more

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Political response must focus on systemic issues, not verdicts

The outrage by politicians that followed the acquittal of a Saskatchewan farmer for the 2016 death of an aboriginal teen should be directed toward the root causes of injustice ... Read more

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