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Mission impossible: telephoning the government

By Marcel Strigberger The findings of the recently released auditor general’s report on the efficiency of the Canadian government are not rosy. Most disturbing is ... Read more

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Tips for avoiding real estate fraud

By Dave Oswald As housing prices climb in many markets across the country, real estate fraud can become a much more enticing prospect for scammers. While it’s one ... Read more

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Expansion gives Veritext national court-reporting presence

Litigants across the country are a step closer to a one-stop shop for court-reporting needs as Veritext Legal Solutions , through its Canadian arm, VT Canada Litigation ... Read more

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Learning to Get Unstuck – The ABCDE Method

Most people get stuck at some point in their lives, whether at work or in a personal relationship, and feeling “frozen” is a common theme with many coaching ... Read more

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Grow your firm with data-driven decisions

By Erica Birstler Making data-driven decisions is a powerful tactic that can help any business, including law firms. Basing strategy and initiatives off of numbers and ... Read more

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Three billing challenges facing your firm today

By Erica Birstler Billing is one of the least favourite activities associated with running a law firm, but it’s an absolute must if you want to get paid for the ... Read more

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Take action if wrongdoing is suspected within your business

Initiating a forensic accounting investigation is critical for entrepreneurs facing suspicious activity within their business, says forensic ... Read more

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Mobile forensics pro a valuable ally in family law disputes

Smartphones and social media applications help people stay connected, but they can also facilitate online harassment and spying once a relationship breaks down, says Tyler ... Read more

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New legal expense insurance trend represents challenge for PI lawyers

Legal expense insurance (LEI) was initially designed to increase access to justice for injured plaintiffs who would otherwise be unable to proceed to trial, but a recent ... Read more

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Long-term, involved engagement key to profit planning success

While almost any law firm can benefit from profitability improvement planning, Toronto legal management consultant Mark Dormer says there are specific indicators ... Read more

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Personal injury fakers should be prosecuted: Ford

Police should consider laying fraud charges when surveillance evidence reveals accident victims have been faking their injuries, says Toronto orthopaedic spine and trauma ... Read more

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FOLA: Province paying lip service to consultation on critical issues

The Ontario government’s lack of commitment to meaningful consultation is striking another blow to access to justice, says Michael Winward, chair of The Federation of ... Read more

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What to do if you think you’ve been defrauded

By Dave Oswald Each year thousands of Canadians lose millions of dollars to fraudulent scams. Nobody is immune; it can happen to young people, teenagers, and corporate ... Read more

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Addressing legal aid cuts, new courthouse top TLA priorities: Waddell

As in 1885, when it was founded, a proposed courthouse is again a priority for the Toronto Lawyers Association (TLA), new  TLA  president Margaret Waddell ... Read more

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A funny thing happened to me on the way to the Ukraine

By Marcel Strigberger Congratulations to Volodymyr Zelensky, the new president of the Ukraine. Volod Z is actually a comedian who won a landslide victory over the ... Read more

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Critical law society documents

By Erica Birstler Getting audited is inevitable and when the time comes you want to be prepared with all of the documents and reports the law society will want to see. ... Read more

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Fake IDs at the heart of alleged $8-million scam

Thanks to modern technology, it is very easy for people to create false identification and use those documents for fraudulent purposes, says Toronto forensic accountant and ... Read more

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How we're changing the way we make the record

By Kim Neeson   For years, most of Canada has experienced a decline in shorthand reporters who have always been the recognized guardians of the record. As Canada's ... Read more

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The sooner ATE insurance is obtained, the better

It’s recommended that lawyers and their clients insure personal injury claims as soon as possible because, as litigation progresses, Plaintiff Cost Insurance (PCI) can ... Read more

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Boston Tea Party revisited — lawyers wanted

By Marcel Strigberger The Law Society of Ontario (LSO), the province’s governing body for lawyers, has imposed a requirement for its lawyers to annually affirm ... Read more

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