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Defence seeks costs from ‘you don't win you don't pay’ lenders

By Stephen Pauwels and Amanda Bafaro Each day seems to bring new challenges for the personal injury lawyer. If not legislative intervention, its defence counsel looking for ... Read more

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Tips for creating a security culture in the workplace

In this age of company secrets sometimes walking out the door with employees, organizations need to heed Ronald Reagan’s 1980s-era motto about nuclear disarmament ... Read more

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Better business practices for Canadian lawyers

By Erica Birstler This month, CosmoLex is focusing on overall “better business practices” for lawyers and small law firms. When you’re in charge of a ... Read more

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Cloud bet pays off for practice management leader CosmoLex

Small and solo law firms can boost bottom lines by combining all of their practice management software in a single cloud-based service, says  Rakesh Kabra , president of ... Read more

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Collecting cellphone evidence requires specialized skill set

Retrieving and preserving potential court evidence from cellphones and other mobile devices requires the specialized skills of a mobile forensics examiner, says  Tyler ... Read more

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Conduct security audits every few years: Downs

Larger companies can sometimes be the most vulnerable when it comes to security, Toronto-area private detective  Jim Downs  tells  AdvocateDaily.com .  ... Read more

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Champerty, maintenance and litigation lending

By Amanda Bafaro Concerns over litigation lending have long be rooted in fears of champerty and maintenance; maintenance of an action in exchange for a promise to share in ... Read more

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Ruling on ATE proceeds important for access to justice

A recent Ontario Superior Court of Justice decision that found it is up to the insured plaintiff to decide how his After-the-Event (ATE) insurance proceeds are to be paid is a win ... Read more

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Lawyers flex creative muscle to commemorate Law Day

As  Law Day  approaches, mock trials have become a favourite community activity among Ontario’s Law Associations, says Katie Robinette, executive director of ... Read more

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AI, machine learning will revolutionize fraud detection: Duquette

Though artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning technologies are still in their infancy, both hold large promise for businesses in the battle against cybercrime and ... Read more

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Lawyers Financial offers a variety of travel insurance

A last-minute getaway after a long, cold winter may be in the plans for some, but don’t forget about travel insurance in your haste to escape, says  Dawn Marchand , ... Read more

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Korbitec's ACL helps bridge the gap to project management

The task-management feature in  Korbitec Inc.'s  flagship Automated Civil Litigation (ACL) product helps bridge the gap to project management for lawyers adapting ... Read more

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How to recover interest on lawsuit loans

By Amanda Bafaro In the words of Kenny Rogers, know when to hold 'em and when to fold 'em. Not every case will be suitable to argue every issue. Knowing your case and picking ... Read more

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CRA ordered to pay more than $60K to worker sexually harassed by boss

The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has been ordered to pay the maximum compensation to an Ontario employee who was sexually harassed by her boss after the federal labour board found ... Read more

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Neesons joins forces with Veritext Legal Solutions

Clients and staff of Neesons Court Reporting will reap the rewards of the firm’s acquisition by Veritext Legal Solutions , company founder and president Kim Neeson ... Read more

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Car-free lifestyle may create insurance gap

As more urban dwellers ditch car ownership in favour of more convenient and affordable modes of transportation, it’s imperative to know how and if you’re financially ... Read more

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Financial statement fraud hard to detect, potentially devastating

Financial statement fraud should scare businesses because of how difficult it is to detect and its potential to cause devastating losses, Toronto forensic accountant and ... Read more

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Litigation lender search should begin with OTLA-vetted firms

When it comes to finding a responsible settlement lender, a safe starting point for counsel and clients would be to look at firms that have already been evaluated by the ... Read more

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Choosing the right accounting software for your firm

With new accounting products entering the market, Toronto legal management consultant Mark Dormer says there are several factors to consider before choosing a program for your ... Read more

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Specifying goals is first step to success: Bury

Understanding the value of your goals can help you accomplish them, Toronto lawyer and certified executive coach  Michael Bury  tells AdvocateDaily.com . Using ... Read more

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