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Post-accident finances can be difficult to discuss

Getting injured in an accident can have devastating physical and emotional effects, but those stresses may be compounded by financial issues, Easy Legal Finance Inc. president and CEO Larry Herscu tells AdvocateDaily.com . Read more

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Deliscar hosts free lunch and learn for entrepreneurs

Brampton lawyer-linguist Suzanne Deliscar will present legal information for Ontario entrepreneurs at an upcoming lunch and learn. Read more

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Collecting, preserving digital evidence can make or break a case: Plaxton

Experience counts when dealing with crucial video evidence says Crystal Beach, Ont. forensic video analyst Michael Plaxton — a member of an elite crowd of only 57 forensic video analysts in the world certified by the Law Enforcement Video Association (LEVA). Read more

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Shifting to cloud saves time, adds efficiency for family lawyers

Having support calculations available on a cloud computing platform will provide family law practitioners with the flexibility and mobility they need in today’s fast-paced legal environment, says Canadian legal software supplier  Michael Perlman . Read more

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Preparation for LSO audit should happen long before notice given

If law firms take a proactive approach to record-keeping protocols, a Law Society of Ontario (LSO) spot audit will be much less disruptive and stressful, Toronto legal management consultant Mark Dormer tells AdvocateDaily.com . Read more

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Lawyers Financial dispels myths about insurance

The best way to dispel myths and inaccuracies about insurance and financial planning is to speak to an advisor, says Dawn Marchand , interim CEO and president of Toronto-based Lawyers Financial . Read more

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Time, money, privacy concerns common coaching roadblocks

When it comes to professional development, taking that first step can often be the hardest part, Toronto lawyer and certified executive coach Michael Bury tells AdvocateDaily.com . Read more

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Take child abuse allegations to cops, not PIs, says former detective

Clients sometimes ask private investigators to look into child abuse allegations, but that is a matter best handled by police, says Jim Downs ,  MKD International Inc.’s founding partner and managing director. Read more

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How to increase your law firm’s billable hours

By Amir Tajkarimi Over the course of this article, we’ll show you how to increase your law firm’s monthly billables by at least 10 hours in only 30 days, while reducing overhead. Read more

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Upcoming 'Ask the Lawyer' event to discuss wills, powers of attorney

Brampton lawyer-linguist Suzanne Deliscar will present a free ‘Ask the Lawyer’ day program to explore wills and powers of attorney in Ontario. Read more

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Deliscar presents legal correspondence webinar for linguists

Brampton lawyer-linguist Suzanne Deliscar will share her insights on the language of legal correspondence via a two-hour webinar. Read more

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Families fear retaliation when reporting nursing home abuse

While some higher-profile cases of resident abuse and neglect in long-term care facilities have resulted in legal challenges, a fear of retaliation may hold back families from reporting unacceptable staff behaviour or facility conditions affecting their loved ones, says Toronto workplace violence and elder abuse consultant Denise Koster . Read more

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Motorcycle injuries and fatalities on the rise: Ford

Reckless riding could be responsible for a spike in motorcycle-related injuries and fatalities across the country, Toronto orthopaedic spine and trauma surgeon  Dr. Michael Ford tells  AdvocateDaily.com . Read more

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Bribery risks heighten after law changes

The risks for Canadian businesses who pay bribes abroad are higher than ever following recent changes to the law, Toronto forensic accountant and investigator  Dave Oswald tells  AdvocateDaily.com . Read more

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Treatment financing critical when insurance benefits denied

Plaintiff lawyers do not like to see financing costs enter into the settlement equation if they can be avoided — but in the current litigation environment, third-party financing is an inevitable reality in many personal injury cases, including financing for medical and rehabilitation related treatment expenses, says  Stephen Pauwels , co-founder and principal of Toronto-based specialist litigation finance firm BridgePoint Financial Services . Read more

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A passion for customer service a key value for Korbitec

People who create court documents at law firms are often time-crunched, stressed and under enormous pressure, so when they need help, customer service must meet and exceed their demands, says Korbitec president Alan Bass . Read more

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Strigberger: the public supports judges with heart

There is a public appetite for benevolent judges and most humans would have no problems with the ‘crying judge’ who recently presided over a sexual interference case, writes legal humorist and author Marcel Strigberger in The Lawyer’s Daily . Read more

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Ryley Learning online training tool focuses on eliminating sexual harassment

Implementing meaningful sexual harassment training will not only reduce harm in the workplace, it may also limit liability and protect against reputational damage should misconduct occur, Toronto human rights and employment lawyer Bay Ryley tells AdvocateDaily.com . Read more

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Call for interpreter to testify sends chill through profession

A call for an interpreter to testify about what happened at the recent closed-door meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin could discourage people from joining the profession, Brampton lawyer-linguist  Suzanne Deliscar  tells  AdvocateDaily.com . Read more

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Creating a balanced life in a court reporting day

By Kim Neeson   Court reporting is a unique profession – no nine to five here! Freelance court reporters set their own schedules, but when working are often subject to changing expectations and demands. Example: a discovery is booked from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m., but only goes one hour; a deposition is scheduled from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and goes until 8 p.m.; a full-day hearing suddenly becomes an overnight expedite. Read more

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