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Alert Communications turns callers into clients

Alert Communications helps law firms convert callers into clients, says Tom Ball, the company’s director of sales and marketing.  Read more

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Balancing flexible work hours, remote access with firm needs

Firms are feeling the pressure to offer flexibility in work hours and remote access to their employees, but these options should be offered within reason, says Toronto legal management consultant  Mark Dormer .  Read more

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New U.S. tax law could have substantial impact on Canadians

The U.S. tax reform could have a significant impact on both Canadian companies and individuals looking to conduct business south of the border, U.S. tax accountant  Brandon Vucen  tells  AdvocateDaily.com . Read more

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Second lens on police investigations can change the outcome

MKD International Inc.  takes a second look at police investigations for individuals and families unsatisfied with the original outcome, says  Jim Downs , the company’s founding partner and managing director. Read more

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Litigation loans help clients move forward

Litigation loans can assist claimants during lengthy court proceedings, ensuring their bills are paid while seeking a fair settlement, says CaseMark Financial ’s client relations manger, Dawn Simons. Read more

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The number one target for credential theft emails

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Korbitec adds family law documents to its service

Korbitec Inc . has added a suite of family law solutions to its repertoire as it continues its quest to become the one-stop-shop for litigators with document automation needs, company president  Alan Bass tells  AdvocateDaily.com .  Read more

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The de-stressed court reporter

By Kim Neeson   As a working real-time court reporter and owner of Neesons, I’ve experienced stress in its many forms over the years. When I started court reporting, lawyers and judges spoke more for the record; breaks were longer; the rush just wasn’t the same. Today, the pace at which lawyers speak, the expedited transcript delivery, and the amount of time court reporters are sitting either at their shorthand machines or laptop computers has increased ... Read more

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Coaching helps lawyers identify roadblocks to success

In the final post of a three-part series, Toronto lawyer and executive coach Michael Bury reviews what to expect in the fifth and sixth sessions of a coaching engagement and how clients can use what’s been revealed to help propel them into action. Read more

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U.S. Tax IQ webinar on Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

U.S. tax accountant  Brandon Vucen  and U.S. tax attorney Alexey Manasuev are hosting a free webinar to address key provisions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and explain how the new U.S. tax law will affect you and your business.  Read more

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Company-wide innovation delivers returns

Company-wide commitment to innovation generates the biggest return on investment for the business, says Bishu Solomon of  Epiq , a leading global provider of legal services and technology. Read more

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Transcripts of cross-examinations: who foots the bill?

Cross-examination on affidavits is the usual course for any litigation, but there is often confusion around the rules for ordering the transcripts, and who pays for what, says Neesons Court Reporting  founder and president Kim Neeson . Read more

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Webinars to explore top family, estates law cases of 2017

Brampton lawyer-linguist Suzanne Deliscar is presenting two online sessions in partnership with ezCPD.ca, which will highlight the top cases of 2017 in both family and estate law. Read more

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Deliscar presents sixth-annual Lawyer-Linguists event

Brampton lawyer-linguist Suzanne Deliscar is co-hosting the 6th Lawyer-Linguists event on Jan. 31 from 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. Read more

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The holiday spending hangover and demand for litigation funding

With Canadians owing record amounts of debt, this time of year is especially stressful for many personal injury plaintiffs who struggle with paying bills after the holiday season, says Easy Legal Finance Inc. president and CEO Larry Herscu. Read more

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Voice of family members critical in Wettlaufer inquiry: Koster

TORONTO — A surviving victim, relatives of murdered seniors, and advocacy and health-care groups are among 17 groups and entities granted permission to take part in a public inquiry sparked by nurse Elizabeth Wettlaufer, who is serving life for killing eight elderly long-term-care residents in Ontario. Read more

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LPP work placements an opportunity for candidates, employers

The work placement portion of Ryerson’s  Law Practice Program (LPP), gives its candidates a chance to get “a foot in the door” with potential employers, says  André Bacchus , the program’s assistant director. Read more

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Looking for third-party litigation funding: what to consider?

Q & A with John Rossos , co-founder of BridgePoint Financial Services Inc . Read more

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Plaintiffs should own their legal expenses insurance policies

All parties benefit when clients are named as the holders of legal expenses insurance (LEI) policies, Nick Robson , managing director of  JusticeRisk Solutions  (JRS), tells AdvocateDaily.com . Read more

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Presumption of shared parenting not the best route: Townsend

A move to amend the  Divorce Act  and establish equal shared parenting (ESP) as a presumption in child custody cases may not be a good idea, says Toronto family lawyer and life coach Leanne Townsend . Read more

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