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Surveillance maintains fair play during labour disputes: MKD

Surveillance can keep both management and unions playing fair during labour strife, says  Jim Downs , founding partner and managing director of  MKD International ... Read more

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Flexibility key to good mediation

Choosing the right mediator enhances the chance of settlement for both sides of a dispute, Toronto employment lawyer and mediator Stuart Rudner tells AdvocateDaily.com . ... Read more

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Time for Canada to 'make it right' with fertility legislation

Canada’s fertility legislation is hurting those it was intended to protect, Toronto fertility lawyer  Sara Cohen tells CTV News . Cohen, founder of  Fertility ... Read more

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Employers should tread lightly with bullying allegations

Employers must proceed with caution when it comes to allegations of bullying and harassment in the workplace, says Toronto employment and human rights lawyer Christopher Achkar ... Read more

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Estate planning after a second marriage

In the first instalment of a two-part series, Winnipeg wills and estate lawyer Cynthia Hiebert-Simkin explores estate planning for second marriages. It’s one ... Read more

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When to review, revise or redo your will

Having a valid will in place is essential, but it is equally important to revisit and update your estate plan when life changes, Toronto wills and estates lawyer Lisa Laredo ... Read more

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Stairs focused on law, helping community

Community has always been important to Windsor corporate and immigration lawyer Laura Stairs . An associate with  Shibley Righton LLP , Stairs   studied global ... Read more

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Public database not useful for corporate transparency: Rotfleisch

Although several ‘tax haven’ countries are moving forward with public databases for corporate ownership, a similar structure would likely prove to be ineffective in ... Read more

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Ruling confirms ITC claims possible after business wind-up

A recent Federal Court of Appeal (FCA) ruling provides “surer footing” to argue that a corporate registrant that incurs expenses after the windup of its business but ... Read more

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Will new law eliminate Ontario's gender wage gap?

A recent Conference Board of Canada report confirms what many working women have long known— there is a significant gender wage gap in the province, with women earning just ... Read more

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Policy updates needed as mandatory breach notification nears

Canadian businesses need to revamp their privacy breach policies as mandatory reporting moves closer to reality, Toronto corporate lawyer  Peter Murphy tells  ... Read more

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Supreme Court majority sides with censured former Bre X lawyer Joe Groia

OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada has dismissed a series of complaints against a lawyer who was found to have breached the rules of civil courtroom behaviour during ... Read more

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Does PIPEDA protect social media personal data?

Companies like Facebook and Google — which have come under intense criticism for their handling of personal information — need to enter into a new social contract with ... Read more

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Proposal incentivizes companies to report corporate crime: Friedberg

A federal proposal that would allow prosecutors to suspend criminal charges against companies in certain types of corporate crime cases may provide the right kind of incentive for ... Read more

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Grandparents face ‘uphill battle’ when fighting for access

Grandparents are asserting their rights to see their grandchildren more frequently in often-difficult family circumstances, says Kitchener family lawyer  Lorrie Stojni . ... Read more

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Revamped ESA creates more costs for condos, owners

Condominium corporations and unit owners can expect their costs to climb due to the higher minimum wage and other changes to the recently updated Employment Standards Act ... Read more

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Confidentiality key to integrity of investigations

Employers can minimize the risk of damage during internal and third-party investigations by emphasizing the importance of confidentiality early and often in the process, Toronto ... Read more

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Family photo albums a treasure trove for jury trials

Low-tech evidence can deliver high-impact results with a jury, Toronto personal injury lawyer  Gary Will tells  AdvocateDaily.com . No matter how compelling ... Read more

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All too easy to extradite people from Canada: Botting

British Columbia criminal and extradition lawyer Gary Botting  applauds Ottawa's decision to review the Extradition Act and calls  for a moratorium on ... Read more

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The Weinstein case and the ABCs of civil litigation

It isn't unusual that Harvey Weinstein would ask an Ontario court to dismiss a sexual assault lawsuit filed against him by a Toronto actress, but those wishes are rarely ... Read more

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