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A city employee has been charged with four counts of murder after a series of shootings in Penticton, B.C. Sixty-eight-year-old John Brittain is charged in the deaths of two men and two women. RCMP Supt. Ted De Jager said those killed were in their 60s and 70s, but police are not releasing any further information about the victims. (The Canadian Press)

Hull & Hull TV Episode Seven. Toronto trust, estate and capacity litigators Ian Hull and Suzanna Popovic-Montag discuss the logical steps to avoid issues over a will.

Estate litigator Charles Ticker says while mediation is mandatory in Toronto and a valuable tool for estate litigation, many clients don't realize that.

Toronto criminal lawyer Matthew Friedberg wonders where is the proof behind the federal government taking crediting tough on crime laws for lower crime rates over the past 40 years.

Toronto personal injury lawyer Kevin Marshall says the backlog in the accident benefits regime is getting worse.

Hull & Hull TV: Episode Six

Toronto corporate lawyer Dorothy Brophy has a question: are lawyers becoming obsolete in the age of the Internet?

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Toronto appeals lawyer Brian Radnoff outlines Ontario's top five civil appeals for May.

Toronto corporate lawyer Dorothy Brophy says there are good reasons for incorporating.

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