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'Grey divorces' present unique challenges

'Grey divorces' raise unique issues for counsel compared with those involving younger couples, Markham family law lawyer  Andrew Feldstein  tells  AdvocateDaily.com ... Read more

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Ryerson LPP boosts career opportunities for alumni

Alumni from the third year of  Ryerson University’s Law Practice Program (LPP) enjoy a law and law-related employment rate of 90 per cent one year after ... Read more

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ADR works to keep disputes out of the courtroom: Rudner

Most disputes arising out of the workplace can be settled efficiently through an alternative dispute resolution (ADR) process rather than the courts, Toronto employment ... Read more

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Qualified tax adviser a key partner for U.S. taxpayers in Canada

While U.S. taxpayers living in Canada might be tempted to hire any preparer to file their tax return south of the border, a qualified U.S. tax adviser can help them navigate this ... Read more

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OCA explores intersection of tort damages and accident benefits

A recent Ontario Court of Appeal (OCA) decision involving two cases examines the issue of double recovery and how to avoid it in the calculation of tort damage awards and ... Read more

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Decision on stayed murder charges a must-read: Webb

A decision explaining why a mentally ill man’s murder charge must be stayed because of his treatment in custody should be required reading for all members of the justice ... Read more

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Shekter finds her calling advocating for medical professionals

Toronto health lawyer  Brooke Shekter's  recent call to the bar has given her a deeper connection with her clients. Shekter, associate with  TTL Health Law ... Read more

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Equal shared parenting better for infants, toddlers: research

Equal shared parenting (ESP) can work for infants and toddlers, as well as older children, Toronto family lawyer  Gene C. Colman  tells  AdvocateDaily.com . ... Read more

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Spying on your ex is risky business: Townsend

Spouses who digitally spy on their partners risk civil or even criminal consequences, Toronto family lawyer  Leanne Townsend  tells  AdvocateDaily.com . In a ... Read more

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CBCA disclosure requirements in force as of June 2019

Amendments to the  Canada Business Corporations Act  (CBCA) that require a company to disclose the identity of its shareholders may lead to more businesses incorporating ... Read more

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Protecting IP rights from data-scraping sites

With the vast amount of information collected and available online, Toronto intellectual property lawyer Kevin Fisher says there’s a broader ... Read more

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Children don't necessarily come before new wife in inheritance

Don’t automatically assume that an elderly, widowed parent who marries a younger woman from overseas is being financially taken advantage of, Ottawa family law and estate ... Read more

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Jury consultants provide valuable insights in civil matters

Large law firms sometimes use jury consultants for criminal trials, but these specialists can also benefit plaintiffs in civil actions, Oakville personal injury lawyer Jill ... Read more

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Manage client expectations before motions, case conferences

When preparing for case conferences and motions, it’s important for lawyers to stay up to date on Family Law Rules and specific practices for each court, Toronto ... Read more

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Proposal for a new tort of economic coercion

A test for the tort of mental distress arising from sexual coercion would help protect women in this developing legal area, Toronto family lawyer Inna Tsinman tells ... Read more

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Lawyers' suffering not unique: Kopping-Pavars

Lawyers aren’t exceptional when it comes to suffering, Toronto-area family lawyer  Nicolle Kopping-Pavars  tells  AdvocateDaily.com . Kopping-Pavars, ... Read more

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Amendments to Trade-marks Act coming into force June 17

With significant changes on the horizon for Canada’s Trade-marks Act , Toronto intellectual property lawyer John Simpson says there are key developments that will ... Read more

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Sweeping 'gag orders' rarely appropriate in sex abuse cases: Grace

While there can be some benefits to non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) in sexual abuse cases, they can also be “troubling and problematic,” Toronto civil sexual ... Read more

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When settling your case is the best option

While it may be tempting to have your ‘day in court,’ there are several key reasons why you should consider settling over litigating, including changing the ... Read more

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Clients motivate pragmatic Hendrikx

Results are the name of the game for Toronto family lawyer Kathryn Hendrikx . Hendrikx, principal of Hendrikx Family Law , tells  AdvocateDaily.com she’s keenly ... Read more

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