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Campion's TLA certificate teaches litigators to broaden their legal minds

In a time of increasing specialization in the legal profession, Toronto barrister John Campion wants civil litigators to think big.   Campion, a heavyweight of the local ... Read more

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Effective communications in law firms can enhance client experience

Open communication not only establishes trust and confidence among team members, it also allows lawyers and legal staff to work together cohesively and enable better client ... Read more

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Deliscar registers as a notary public with more consulates to assist Spanish and French-speaking clients

Brampton lawyer-linguist Suzanne Deliscar is now registered as a lawyer and notary public with 26 Consulates for Spanish and French-speaking clients. Legal documents ... Read more

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Bencher reform and the impact on regional representation

The Law Society of Ontario's (LSO) call to reduce the number of its benchers could adversely affect regional representation while adding to already-heavy committee ... Read more

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Custom suite of financing solutions adds value for PI clients

While litigation funding often adds value to a personal injury client’s file by making up for the shortfall when an insurer terminates benefits, one recent case shows ... Read more

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Door open for recovery of interest on disbursement funding

Ontario personal injury lawyers should consider taking the cautious step of integrating interest recovery as part of their overall disbursement account at settlement — ... Read more

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Navigating the litigation funding and insurance market: choosing a funder

In the final instalment of a two-part series of TheJudge Global’s guide to the litigation funding and insurance market, Katie Armstrong reviews the factors ... Read more

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Cyber-hygiene tips help lawyers add value

Lawyers are in the perfect position to help their clients grasp some of the basics of cybersecurity, says  Ryan Duquette , principal of Oakville-based  Hexigent ... Read more

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Many options exist for lawyers looking to change career path

Lawyers looking for career options beyond law firms and sole practitioner life need to reflect, remain open-minded to new opportunities and think outside their comfort zone, ... Read more

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Crucial to have full financial picture in the event of an accident

A new survey that reveals one in five working Canadians wouldn’t be able to come up with $2,000 for an emergency expense is alarming, but not surprising, Easy Legal ... Read more

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International investigations key part of cross-border deals

International investigations can form part of a company’s due diligence in cross-border deals, says  Jim Downs , founding partner and managing director of  ... Read more

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Empower workplace to report bullies: Koster

Long-term care facilities that want to reduce workplace bullying must empower bystanders to report bad behaviour, says Toronto workplace violence and elder abuse consultant  ... Read more

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A delicate dance: marketing in the legal profession

Jaye Hooper, chair of  The Federation of Ontario Law Associations   (FOLA) tells  Law Times   she worries about the impact on the public’s perception ... Read more

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DivorceMate kicks off Western roadshow for new Cloud product

DivorceMate Software Inc.  will host free lunch and learn sessions and a training seminar in western Canada on its new Cloud product line, says Canadian legal software ... Read more

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Investigator unearths false claims of harassment

A woman’s claim of sexual harassment at the office seemed like a slam-dunk case until Toronto forensic accountant and investigator  Dave Oswald  discovered ... Read more

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Use of customs agents for traffic stop interpretation raises concerns

Police should handle their own language interpretation services rather than calling in border officers for assistance, Brampton lawyer-linguist Suzanne Deliscar tells ... Read more

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Think before you ‘quip from the lip’

Using humour in serious situations involves some risk but, with the right checks and balances, it can provide much-needed levity to legal and other proceedings, humourist and ... Read more

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Hooper to chair FOLA's upcoming plenary session

Jaye Hooper, chair of  The Federation of Ontario Law Associations   (FOLA), will chair the association’s plenary session, which takes place Nov. 7-9 in ... Read more

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Making the business case for AI in law firms

The role of artificial intelligence (AI) in the legal profession is expanding, and lawyers should be thinking about the opportunity it presents, says Carla Swansburg , ... Read more

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Strong business case for promoting diversity in law firms: Bentley

It makes good business sense for law firms to embrace equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI), says Chris Bentley , director of Ryerson University’s Legal Innovation Zone ... Read more

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