Events/Releases

McLeish Orlando LLP exhibiting at Toronto Motorcycle Spring Show

Toronto critical injury law firm McLeish Orlando LLP will be exhibiting at the Toronto Motorcycle Spring Show in Mississauga later this month. Read more

'Ask Andrew' show to answer audience questions on separation, divorce

Greater Toronto-area family lawyer Andrew Feldstein will host the next episode of his live-to-the Internet Q&A show Ask Andrew later this month, where he will answer audience questions on divorce and family law free of charge. Read more

Carvajal to present at immigration expo in Mexico

Toronto immigration lawyer Andrew Carvajal will participate in an upcoming expo in Mexico, aimed at providing information about opportunities to study, work or invest in Canada. Read more

Rose to co-chair 'Successful Settlements 2017' program

Toronto mediator, lawyer and settlement counsel Mitchell Rose , partner with Stancer, Gossin, Rose LLP , will return, with civil litigator Paul Neil Feldman, to chair an upcoming Osgoode Professional Development program aimed at providing counsel with skills and understanding of key settlement issues and techniques. Read more

Rosen among faculty for Osgoode Certificate programs

Toronto health lawyer Lonny Rosen will be among the faculty discussing the topic of consent and capacity at a number of programs presented by Osgoode Professional Development this spring. Read more

Woodyard to chair Law Society 'Tax Primer for Litigators' program

Toronto tax litigator Adrienne Woodyard will chair the upcoming ‘Tax Primer for Litigators’ continuing professional development program, presented by the Law Society of Upper Canada. Read more

‘Horrible’ bosses share one common trait: they’re bullies

(Feb. 9, 2017 — Toronto) — With the U.S. president showcasing an abrasive and aggressive leadership style to the world, the question of what makes a boss "horrible" is on the minds of many. That’s why Rudner MacDonald LLP, a boutique employment law firm, conducted a Twitter poll recently to determine the worst traits of a bad boss. Read more

MacDonald recognized as Canada's employment litigation law expert

(Jan. 23, 2017 - Toronto) — Natalie MacDonald , co-founder of the boutique employment law firm Rudner MacDonald LLP , has been recognized by Global Law Experts (GLE) as the employment litigation law expert in Canada. Read more

Gelman & Associates welcomes three new clerks

(Jan. 13, 2017 – North York) – Gelman & Associates is pleased to a... Read more

Feldstein to answer separation, divorce questions during online show

Greater Toronto-area family lawyer Andrew Feldstein is set to host the next episode of his live-to-the Internet Q&A show Ask Andrew later this month, where he will answer audience questions on separation and divorce free of charge. Read more

Drunk or high at work? Get ready for tough consequences

(Jan. 12, 2017 — Toronto, ON) — The holiday season is over but for some, the revelry continues long after the New Year’s celebrations. But if you’re an employer, what do you do if your employee shows up to work drunk or high? It’s a problem many managers face and has been in the news recently. Read more

Rose to co-chair OBA Institute ADR program

On Feb. 8, Toronto mediator, lawyer and settlement counsel Mitchell Rose will co-chair the alternative dispute resolution program at the Ontario Bar Association's Institute 2017. Read more

Monthly webinars to explore legal issues for family health teams

Toronto health lawyer Kate Dewhirst will be hosting monthly webinars throughout 2017, focusing on legal issues facing family health teams (FHTs). Read more

'Ask Andrew' show to answer family law, divorce questions Dec. 15

Greater Toronto-area family lawyer Andrew Feldstein will host the next episode of his live-to-the Internet Q&A show Ask Andrew this week, where he will answer audience questions on separation and divorce free of charge. Read more

‘Tis the season to hire seasonal workers

November 28, 2016 (Toronto) — ’Tis the season for retailers, restaurants and recreational companies to hire part-time workers. It can be a great way for employers to fill in gaps, and for employees to find work that could potentially become full-time opportunities. Read more

Neesons to provide CART services at RODA Diversity Conference

Toronto court reporter Kim Neeson and her team will provide realtime captioning/CART (Computer-Aided Realtime Translation) services at the upcoming Roundtable of Diversity Associations (RODA) 2nd annual Diversity Conference, in partnership with the Ontario Bar Association (OBA). Read more

Feldstein to appear on NewsTalk 1010's The Night Side

Greater Toronto-area family lawyer Andrew Feldstein will share his insights on various family law topics this week on NewsTalk 1010’s The Night Side, hosted by Barb DiGiulio. Read more

Internet show to answer audience questions on separation, divorce

Greater Toronto-area family lawyer Andrew Feldstein is set to host the next episode of his live-to-the Internet Q&A show Ask Andrew later this month, where he will answer audience questions on separation and divorce free of charge. Read more