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Proposed CSA amendments to protect small investors

Proposed rules around syndicated mortgage investments (SMI) will help “weed out” those who are taking advantage of unsophisticated investors, Toronto corporate and ... Read more

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Uniform concussion law needed across Canada

Canada would benefit from a standard approach to concussion law across jurisdictions, Toronto personal injury lawyer  Jennifer Hoffman tells  AdvocateDaily.com . ... Read more

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Use caution when attempting to cut labour costs

Employers attempting to reduce labour costs must ensure they’re not violating an employment contract or they risk venturing into precarious legal territory, says Toronto ... Read more

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Neesons Court Reporting expands downtown office

Client demand has spurred Neesons Court Reporting to significantly expand its premier downtown Toronto location, says company founder and president Kim Neeson . Neeson tells ... Read more

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Family law tips for estate and trust practitioners: part 1

A little family law familiarity can go a long way for estate and trust practitioners, says Toronto family lawyer  Jennifer Samara Shuber . Shuber,   a lawyer with ... Read more

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How working capital adjustments can affect the purchase price

It’s important to remember when buying a business that the agreed-upon dollar figure may not be the final price tag, says Toronto business lawyer  Anton Katz ... Read more

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The case for legalizing cocaine and other drugs

The public-policy response to the problem of drug trafficking and its terrible effects on communities in Canada and countries abroad is to send a message through the sentencing of ... Read more

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Challenging a will can be expensive, time-consuming

Will disputes over lack of testamentary capacity or undue influence are becoming increasingly popular, Toronto estates and trusts lawyer Suzana Popovic-Montag tells the Globe ... Read more

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The legal ramifications of abusive relationships

Partners who exhibit signs of control — putting passwords on your phone and acting jealous without justification — could be a warning sign that you’re in an ... Read more

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‘Sensitively written’ decision affirms law in child custody case

A judge’s decision to maintain the status quo in declining a request by both parents for an interim sole child custody order is “helpful” in that it follows an ... Read more

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LSO should tread carefully around contingency fees

Recommendations put forward by the Law Society of Ontario (LSO) to regulate contingency fees could block access to justice for those who can’t otherwise afford legal ... Read more

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How to prepare for your meeting with an estates lawyer

Testators can help smooth the process of drawing up a will by getting their documents in order ahead of their first meeting with counsel, Toronto wills and estates lawyer Lisa ... Read more

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The pros and cons of structured settlements

The structured settlement process is often unknown territory for accident victims, which is why Ottawa personal injury lawyer Howard Yegendorf takes the time to explain ... Read more

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Rowan’s Law sets standard for Canada

Ontario has become a national leader in concussion safety by passing Rowan’s Law, which may prompt other provinces to pass similar legislation, Toronto critical ... Read more

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Pay transparency bill a challenge for employers

Ontario’s recently launched pay transparency legislation is a positive initiative that will alert job applicants when there’s a disparity in pay structure, but it may ... Read more

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Rosen: overhauling jury selection system 'misguided'

It would be foolish to overhaul jury selection laws in response to the high-profile acquittals of two white men in the deaths of indigenous individuals, Toronto criminal lawyer ... Read more

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Prison farms return to give inmates vital job skills

The return of prison farms will provide a much-needed boost to the rehabilitation of federal inmates, Toronto criminal lawyer  Jessica Zita  tells AdvocateDaily.com . ... Read more

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Inherent unfairness in study permit process: Jeffery

There is a duty of fairness in administrative law to allow an applicant to respond to credibility concerns, but in the study permit process no such opportunity exists, says ... Read more

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Trends in occupiers' liability law

Occupiers’ liability claims offer a popular legal route for people injured on improperly maintained property, says Toronto personal injury lawyer  Paul Cahill . ... Read more

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Gap in province's gender-based violence strategy

In order for Ontario to remain a leader in working toward ending gender-based violence, the province should include legislative reform as part of its strategy, Toronto civil ... Read more

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