I am not going to do my CPD!

Really? That’s what Sidney Green said. The lawyer with over 60 years in practice refused to complete the mandatory CPD requirements pursuant to the Rules of the ... Read more

Canada: Ontario Employers Have New Workplace Sexual Harassment Obligations

Bill 132, entitled “ Sexual Violence and Harassment Action Plan Act (Supporting Survivors and Challenging Sexual Violence and Harassment), 2015 ” (hereinafter the ... Read more

Who gets paid in an insolvent estate?

Some individuals are appointed as Estate Trustees and, after determining the debts owed by the Estate, discover that the Estate does not have enough money to pay its creditors ... Read more

Littler Expands Toronto Office with Addition of Shareholder Sarah Crossley

TORONTO (February 24, 2016) – Littler, the world’s largest employment and labour law practice representing management, continues the growth of its Toronto office ... Read more

Can You Construction Lien an Airport?

Government infrastructure projects are a large source of work for the construction industry. However, the lien rights of contractors and subcontractors are often varied or altered ... Read more

TLA responds to the joint AG/LSUC launch of Family Legal Services Review

On February 9, the Ministry of the Attorney General announced that the Ontario Government and the Law Society of Upper Canada have launched a Family Legal Service Review to be ... Read more

Is poverty an excuse to give employees less notice?

The question of whether your company’s financial circumstances effect the notice period to which a terminated employee is entitled has been answered with a resounding ... Read more

Lawyers, victims urge public inquiry (Maia Bent of Lerners LLP quoted)

Groups representing the province’s trial lawyers and crash victims called Monday for a public inquiry into medical evidence used in insurance claims. ... Read more

Supreme Court rules on securities class action limitations

In Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce v. Green, 2015 SCC 60 (“ Green ”), the Supreme Court of Canada (“SCC”) ruled on the limitation periods for ... Read more

Hear from the Experts- TLA Accident Benefits Nutshell

The TLA will be welcoming Chris Blom (Miller Thompson LLP), Alison Burrison (McLeish Orlando LLP), J. Joel Dick (Howie, Sacks & Henry LLP), Galit Liffshiz (Galit ... Read more

Toronto Lawyers Association presents: The Progression of a Small Claims Court File

With a monetary jurisdiction of $25,000, the Ontario Small Claims Court is the busiest civil court in the province. As an articling student or new lawyer, much of your litigation ... Read more

The Toronto Lawyers Association Career Centre is a dedicated search and recruitment resource for law professionals and employers

The Toronto Lawyers Association Career Centre is an excellent resource for job seekers and employers because it is tailored for legal professionals. Avoid huge online job boards ... Read more

Toronto Lawyers Association is offering Quicklaw and Westlaw Canada training at the Courthouse Library

The Toronto Lawyers Association is offering FREE Quicklaw and Westlaw training sessions for articling students and advanced users. In the articling student sessions ... Read more