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Top ten reasons why teaching is like practising family law

By Jennifer Samara Shuber Many of my friends are teachers and/or work with kids. Over the year, I listen to their stories about the children they teach: their antics, their ... Read more

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Government suspends CASL private right of action, but fines can still be issued

By Peter Murphy On June 7, the federal government announced that it is suspending the implementation of the private right of action under  ... Read more

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The law of costs

By Andrew Feldstein This recent decision by Justice Fryer of the Superior Court of Justice is a well-written decision that provides a very good summary of the law of costs. ... Read more

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Wrongful dismissal: the retail restructuring edition

By Nicole Simes Recently, the  National Post reported  that the Hudson’s Bay Co. is eliminating 2,000 positions due to changes in the retail sector. Over ... Read more

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Locking the box to avoid price chipping

By Cameron MacCarthy Traditionally, change in control transactions in Canada involving private targets have been completed using a "closing accounts" pricing mechanism under ... Read more

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Child custody laws need sea shift social policy changes

By Gene C. Colman Social policy drives child custody laws. Until now, common "wisdom" has told us that kids are generally better off with one parent primarily; usually that ... Read more

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Creative defences and the impact of Cody

By Annamaria Enenajor   In the recent ruling of  R. v. Cody , the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) reinforced the importance of the right to be tried within a ... Read more

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Doctor advised against acquiescing to improper demands of patient

By Lonny Rosen   & Elyse Sunshine The Health Professions Appeal and Review Board (the Board)  reviewed a decision  of the Inquiries, Complaints and Reports ... Read more

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Preparing an employee severance package: reasons to hire a lawyer

By Doug MacLeod 1. A lawyer can explain your  obligations  under the Employment Standards Act . Did you know there are employees who are not entitled to vacation ... Read more

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Proposed changes to the Voluntary Disclosures Program

By David J. Rotfleisch Voluntary Disclosures Program (VDP) – current rules The Voluntary Disclosures Program (VDP or Canadian Tax Amnesty) is a Canada Revenue ... Read more

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What is a disclaimer?

By Ian Hull Receiving an inheritance under a will is a gift, and there is no obligation, as a beneficiary, to accept it. It is possible for a beneficiary to waive their ... Read more

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Secret recordings of meetings with boss may constitute just cause

By Barry B. Fisher In this case , the judge upheld the dismissal of a 42-year-old merchandising manager with 15 years’ service for a series of four separate incidents ... Read more

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Peace of mind guaranteed

By Suzana Popovic-Montag An estate trustee has the legal authority to arrange the place and manner of the burial or cremation of the deceased. The estate trustee also has a ... Read more

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Latest Chapter in Employment Law: contractors, termination

By Stuart Rudner and David Master In this edition of  The Latest Chapter , we discuss the ongoing issue of misclassification of workers, and whether some people working ... Read more

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Can a father force a mother and child to return to Ontario?

By Lisa Gelman In a  decision  in which a father sought a court order forcing the mother of his child to return to Toronto after she moved to New Brunswick in ... Read more

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Canada’s anti-spam legislation (CASL) – big update

By Inga Andriessen On June 7, 2017, the Canadian government wisely delayed the right of private prosecution under CASL. This was set to come into force on July 1, 2017, and ... Read more

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Franchising in Canada: have the wheels fallen off?

By Peter Dillon Introduction Last year was relatively quiet in terms of major (i.e. Court of Appeal) decisions or legislative changes. One interesting, and ... Read more

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CASL – important developments and enforcement updates

By Kathy O'Brien Big news last week about CASL (Canada’s anti-spam legislation) – the right of private action, which was scheduled to come into effect on July 1, ... Read more

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Brain Injury Awareness Month: helmet safety

By John McLeish and Courtney Stewart , summer student Cycling, rollerblading, and skateboarding are all great ways to enjoy Ontario’s beautiful summer weather and are ... Read more

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Child support issues

By Andrew Feldstein This decision , written by Justice Stanley Kershman, deals with numerous child support issues including support for adult children, retroactive claims ... Read more

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