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How-to guide for injury victims seeking legal remedies

Injured people considering legal action should carefully document the details of the incident and see a lawyer at their earliest opportunity, Ottawa personal injury ... Read more

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Cases highlight patient duties in malpractice matters

Health-care professionals aren’t the only ones with standards to meet when it comes to medical malpractice claims, Toronto personal injury lawyer  Paul Cahill ... Read more

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The importance of knowing how to interact with the media

No matter the level of public interest in your case, it’s critical to know how to deal with the media and to protect your client's image, Toronto health lawyer Tracey ... Read more

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Segregation strips people of their humanity: Zita

The call from civil rights organizations for a complete ban on the segregation of inmates who are mentally ill and for indigenous offenders is a good step toward ending a ... Read more

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Wettlaufer complaints, ability to keep working ‘key’ part of inquiry: Sunshine

ST. THOMAS, Ont. — A nurse who killed elderly patients in her care was the subject of multiple complaints but was given a positive reference letter and went on working ... Read more

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Mindset and motivation for fraud: understanding groupthink

In part one of a four-part series, Toronto forensic accountant and chartered business valuator Patricia Harris explores the origins of the groupthink theory. What do many ... Read more

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System failings keep criminal lawyers awake at night

When Toronto criminal lawyer  Jordana Goldlist finds herself being asked what she does for a living, she readies herself for the same inevitable question: ‘How do you ... Read more

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Yegendorf: optional insurance coverage a 'very wise decision'

Purchasing optional coverage through your auto insurer could be a “very wise decision” in light of changes to Ontario’s Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule ... Read more

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Weigh pros, cons before making alcoholism allegation against ex

Allegations of alcohol abuse can be a double-edged sword for former spouses in litigation, Toronto family lawyer  Lisa Gelman tells  AdvocateDaily.com . Gelman, ... Read more

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B.C.'s new accident payout regime strips peoples' rights: Herscu

British Columbia’s new legislation to limit payouts for pain and suffering for many motor vehicle accident victims will have a devastating impact on those who are injured in ... Read more

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Dale: the potential damage from Bills C-51, C-75

Bills C-51 and C-75 are the federal government’s response to several recent court decisions and were “cobbled together with little to no research regarding trial ... Read more

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Bill C-78 could bring ‘positive change' for children

Children in Canada will be better protected from the conflict generated by divorce proceedings if changes introduced by the federal government in May become law, says St. ... Read more

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Tort of harassment a new arrow in terminated employee's quiver

The tort of harassment is just the latest in a variety of avenues that courts have given employees to claim against their former employers, Toronto employment lawyer  Doug ... Read more

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Marriage contract 'a must’ the second time around

Couples who cringe at the thought of a marriage contract because they believe it ruins the romance need to be realistic, especially if they’re entering a second marriage, ... Read more

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‘Playing fast and loose’ with evidence rules a recipe for trouble

A key takeaway from the dispute between a former war correspondent and one of Canada’s biggest media companies is when parties in an action are required to produce ... Read more

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Enenajor's 'astonishing rise' as a criminal defence lawyer

Just a decade after starting law school, Toronto criminal lawyer Annamaria Enenajor has seen an “astonishing rise” to "become one of the profession’s most ... Read more

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Cherniak: Groia case 'among most rewarding' of career

A nine-year legal battle that concluded with the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) overturning a finding of professional misconduct against Ontario lawyer Joe Groia is not just a ... Read more

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Preparing and protecting estate freezes

While an estate freeze is a useful and important planning tool, it should be considered in the context of the potential pitfalls that may arise in any complex estate planning ... Read more

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Harassment training uses animation to convey serious message

Using innovative methods to educate employers and employees on sexual harassment in the workplace is proving to be an effective strategy, says Toronto human rights and employment ... Read more

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Employer’s guide to sexual harassment complaints

In the first instalment of a three-part series, Ottawa employment lawyer Ella Forbes-Chilibeck explores key considerations for employers when dealing with complaints of ... Read more

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