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Injured at an Airbnb: what to do when your trip goes south

Airbnb is an internet-based company that has quickly risen through the ranks of travel booking sites as one of the most popular options for accommodations around the world. In ... Read more

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Littler Global Guide - Canada - Q2 2018

Browse through brief employment and labor law updates from around the globe. Contact a  Littler attorney  for more information or view our  global locations . ... Read more

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Admissibility of expert evidence

Written By: Bryan Sansom and Hudson Chalmers, Summer Student In personal injury trials, both the plaintiff and defendant will want to tender expert evidence in support of ... Read more

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Missed diagnosis or misdiagnosis: how to proceed with a medical malpractice claim involving cancer treatment

Written By: Bryan Sansom and Danika Winkel, Summer Student  According to the Canadian Cancer Society, cancer is the leading cause of death in Canada, responsible for ... Read more

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Income replacement benefits before and after the 104 week mark

Written By: Nick Todorovic and Hudson Chalmers, Summer Student  When involved in a motor vehicle collision, you are able to collect no-fault benefits from your insurance ... Read more

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Up the creek without a paddle: a review of boating safety and the law regarding human powered watercraft

Written By: William Keele  and Danika Winkel, Summer Student In 1984, on Chestermere Lake, Alberta, a man drowned after his canoe was flipped by the wake of a speed boat ... Read more

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Firework safety: what you need to know for the Canada Day long weekend

Written By: Michael Warfe and Brock Turville, Summer Student The Canada Day long weekend is fast approaching and many Canadians will head out to catch a public fireworks ... Read more

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Self-driving vehicles: aligning expectations with reality

Written By: Michael Warfe and Leah Burlock, Summer Student  Public safety is said to be the top priority for the development of autonomous vehicles. With human error ... Read more

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Tesla autopilot, still ironing out the wrinkles

Written By: Lindsay Charles and Brock Turville, Summer Student Tesla, a car company based in California, is known for its electric-powered cars and innovation in the ... Read more

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What do you do when the Children’s Aid Society knocks on your door?

By  Gillian Hayes  in  Family Law   This may be the most terrifying prospect as a parent – the Children’s Aid Society ... Read more

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How to protect your property when you aren’t married (yes, this is a thing you should do)

By  Victoria Craig  in  Family Law   Picture this:  You’re a young professional in the big city. When you’re not too busy ... Read more

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Status Certificates and their importance

By  Tejpaul Grewal  and  Patrick Shing  in  Real Estate   Many first-time home-buyers are electing to make a condominium their first ... Read more

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Littler adds experienced Canadian immigration attorney Yusra Siddiquee in Toronto

Toronto (June 18, 2018) – Littler, the world’s largest employment and labour law practice representing management, has ... Read more

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Understanding indemnity provisions in commercial agreements

By  Benjamin Burford  in  Business Law   Indemnity provisions are an essential tool in the allocation of risk in commercial agreements. Often, ... Read more

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Have you sued a Ford, lately?

By  Lauren Kason  in  Wills Estates & Trusts   It’s been about a week since Doug Ford won the provincial election. Yet it’s not ... Read more

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How is child support calculated? Part 1 of our commonly misunderstood family law concepts series

By  Patricia Gordon  in  Family Law   There are a number of commonly misunderstood issues in family law. A good portion of first meetings ... Read more

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Thinking about buying a franchise? Know your legal risks and obligations before making that purchase!

By  Michelle Santarossa  in  Business Law   Buying a franchise, in particular, a franchise of a reputable and established system can be a ... Read more

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Enforceability of standard form contracts

By  Reshma Kishnani  in  Business Law   It is a common misconception that contracts of adhesion are unenforceable. Contracts of adhesion, ... Read more

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What's new at the CRA?

By  Heather Keachie  in  Charity   We have a couple of updates from Canada Revenue Agency (CRA), Charities Directorate, that will be of ... Read more

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Please, ‘CEP’ into my office

By  Heather Keachie  in  Charity   CHARITIES EDUCATION PROGRAM (CEP) About six months ago, the Charities Directorate launched a new compliance ... Read more

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