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Canadian musician Bryan Adams told a House of Commons committee on Tuesday that copyright laws need to change to give more control to artists. Adams noted artists currently can't recover ownership of their work until after they die. (The Canadian Press)

Toronto orthopaedic spine and trauma surgeon, Dr. Michael Ford, says he's noticed something in the medical briefs he's received lately as an expert witness, that personal injury lawyers should know about.

On Episode Twenty Seven of Hull & Hull TV, Ian Hull, founding partner of Hull & Hull LLP, discusses how to avoid a costly legal fight and how to bullet proof a will.

Toronto appellate lawyer Jasmine Akbarali has the Lerners appellate group top five appeals from the Ontario Court of Appeal for the Month of May, 2013.

Toronto Employment Lawyer Doug MacLeod says there are conflicting decisions on what is an employer's duty to give time off to allow an employee to care for children or parents.

Toronto IP lawyer John Simpson says litigation relating to domain names is on the rise in Canada and it's likely to continue.

Toronto estates lawyer Karen Yolevski says estate planning for young families is vital.

If you're planning to sue after an accident, Toronto personal injury lawyer Stacey Stevens says there are a number of key steps to a successful outcome. In the first part of this series, Stevens discusses the first step: determining if the legislative threshold is met.

In this episode of Hull & Hull TV, Ian Hull, founding partner of Hull & Hull LLP, has some important points to remember with a blended family and how to avoid fallout.

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