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Ride-sharing lawsuit will be closely watched: Karimjee

The class-action lawsuit against a ride-sharing giant that demands employee rights for its drivers in Ontario will be closely watched in other jurisdictions, employment lawyer ... Read more

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Driver's guilty plea in Humboldt crash demonstrates 'remorse': Hicks

A semi-truck driver's guilty plea to all 29 charges stemming from a devastating collision with a bus carrying the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team will be a significant ... Read more

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Manitoba families part of lawsuit against Ontario-based firm over senior care

WINNIPEG — Five Manitoba families are part of a massive lawsuit against an Ontario-based company that operates care homes for seniors. The families claim that Revera ... Read more

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Vice Media makes last ditch attempt to keep reporter's materials from RCMP

TORONTO — A high-profile RCMP demand for a journalist's background materials related to interviews with a suspected terrorist should be set aside even though Canada's top ... Read more

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Ride-sharing class action back on track despite province bailing

The provincial government's decision to not take part in an appeal concerning a proposed $400-million class action against a leading ride-sharing service was an "abdication," ... Read more

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Legal and emotional advice the priority following 'Divorce Day'

Separating spouses should get legal and emotional advice if they've decided to take part in “Divorce Day,” Markham family law lawyer Andrew Feldstein  tells ... Read more

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New CRA tool unlikely to deter tax evaders: Rotfleisch

The Canada Revenue Agency’s (CRA) recent decision to start using the Criminal Code proceeds-of-crime provision to seize the assets of those charged with tax evasion ... Read more

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Keep meticulous accounts as estate trustee to avoid liability

Administering an estate is a big role with a large amount of responsibility and fiduciary obligations attached to it, Toronto estates and trusts lawyer  Suzana Popovic-Montag ... Read more

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Buying a business part 1

In part one of a two-part series on buying a business, Edmonton corporate lawyer Kirk Goodman discusses what's important to consider before inking the deal.  Buying ... Read more

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Donation bin-related deaths prompt manufacturer to stop production

TORONTO — The manufacturer of clothing donation bins used by charities across Canada said Tuesday it has stopped producing the metal containers, which were involved in at ... Read more

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Formalize joint property purchases to avoid future conflict

It's not "unromantic" to establish terms and conditions for the acquisition of property that a couple purchases jointly, Toronto family lawyer Jennifer Samara Shuber ... Read more

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Use common sense to determine if you're being bullied at work

Employees should exercise common sense when assessing whether they have been bullied at work, Vaughan labour and employment lawyer  Arthur Zeilikman tells  ... Read more

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Be quick with disclosure of financial documents amid divorce: Gelman

To put it mildly, divorce is never fun, says Toronto family lawyer  Lisa Gelman . Your life is in turmoil, the children are upset, and your finances are in limbo, says ... Read more

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Consumers' guide to long-term disability insurance

In part one of a three-part series on long-term disability insurance, Toronto personal injury lawyer Brian Goldfinger discusses the basic facts around coverage and benefits. ... Read more

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Separation agreement not automatically invalidated by non-disclosure

Inadequate financial disclosure will not always be enough to set aside a separation agreement, Toronto family lawyer  Gary Joseph  tells  AdvocateDaily.com . In ... Read more

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Privacy concerns abound surrounding automated vehicle insurance

Consumers should be turning their minds to the privacy implications of insurance policies for automated vehicles, Toronto personal injury lawyer  Jennifer Hoffman ... Read more

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Be wary when signing termination clauses: Lecker

Termination clauses are one of the most litigated sections of employment contracts and could make the whole agreement void if not written precisely, says Toronto employment ... Read more

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Reduce recidivism, justice system costs with therapeutic jurisprudence

In the second instalment of a four-part series, Oshawa criminal lawyer Lawrence Forstner  examines the concept of therapeutic jurisprudence. Adopting ... Read more

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Incorporating mindfulness in your life in 2019

If you've already given up on your New Year’s resolution, fear not, there’s still time to incorporate mindfulness into your life in 2019, says Toronto-area family ... Read more

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Weigh costs, benefits when choosing a law school: Handlarski

Toronto criminal lawyer Ryan Handlarski has a message for students — graduating with a manageable debt should be more important than the name of the law school on your ... Read more

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