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Michael Ford (post until Oct. 31/18)

The Supreme Court of Canada ruled Friday that provincial law societies have the right to deny accreditation to a proposed Christian law school. A Trinity Western University professor says she is “disappointed” by the ruling. 

Toronto commercial arbitrator and litigator Earl Cherniak says the Discussion Paper Towards a New Uniform International Commercial Arbitration Report is out for consultation across the country.

Toronto critical injury lawyer Patrick Brown says the federal government should be proceeding with their investigation of side-skirts for cycling safety.

On this episode of Hull & Hull TV, partners Ian Hull and Suzana Popovic-Montag discuss how more Canadians are spending time in warmer climates, marrying overseas or working internationally and as a result we are seeing more estate assets out of the country. The partners discuss what considerations should be taken into account in terms of planning.

Toronto Estates Litigator Natalia Angelini says one of the top cases of 2012 is a good example of how to successfully advance proprietary estoppel claims.

Toronto Employment Lawyer Doug MacLeod says even as a small business Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act applies to you.

According to the latest Census seniors are the fastest growing age group and as Canada's population ages, the number of alzheimer's disease cases is expected to more than double over the next decade. On this episode of Hull & Hull TV, Ian Hull and Suzana Popovice-Montage discuss the implications on estate planning of mental health.

Toronto Critical Injury Lawyer John McLeish, partner with McLeish Orlando LLP, has some important advice for parents of children involved in a traumatic event.

With social media, electronic banking and online investing, more of our lives are online creating a virtual estate. In this episode of Hull & Hull TV Ian Hull and and Suzana Popovic-Montag discuss how technology playing a greater role in estate planning.

Toronto intellectual property lawyer John Simpson says that protecting IP in online databases is a growing concern in today's information economy.

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