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Healthy workplace relationships the best way to prevent bullying allegations

Building healthy workplace relationships is the best defence against allegations of bullying, Toronto employment lawyer  Kevin Marshall tells  AdvocateDaily.com . ... Read more

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Seek legal guidance before leaving bequests to charity

Making a bequest to charity can create a meaningful legacy, but there are potential pitfalls that a good lawyer can help you avoid, Windsor trusts and estates lawyer Laura Stairs ... Read more

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TLA helps lawyers of all ages develop better research skills

Young lawyers have the most to gain from the Toronto Lawyers Association’s (TLA) practical approach to teaching legal research skills, its executive director  Joan ... Read more

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Reasons behind serial killings may never be known: Goldlist

It’s unlikely that confessed serial killer Bruce McArthur will ever be freed from prison even if his eight sentences run concurrently, Toronto criminal lawyer Jordana ... Read more

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Using AI to improve the efficiency of legal work

While more judges are assessing costs in cases where artificial intelligence (AI) could have reduced the number of billable hours, there are still a number of unanswered ... Read more

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Canadian companies shouldn't read too much into Bangladesh ruling

Canadian companies with connections to foreign disasters could still find themselves on the hook for damages, even after the Court of Appeal recently dismissed a claim ... Read more

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Ad fund usage a common fracture point in franchise relationship

In the final installment of a two-part series exploring an uptick in franchisee disappointment, Toronto franchise lawyer Joseph Adler discusses how the alleged misuse or ... Read more

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#thelawyercoach has advice to avoid a crisis-management meltdown

With more than 25 years of legal experience, Toronto lawyer and certified executive coach  Michael Bury  has seen it all — career meltdowns, narcissists, ... Read more

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Challenging stereotypes: the path to gender equality

Before true equality can exist between men and women, society will need to think critically about some entrenched assumptions that frequently go unchallenged, Toronto family ... Read more

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ATE insurance allows plaintiffs to continue to trial, resist lowball offers

After-the-Event (ATE) insurance gives personal injury plaintiffs access to justice by allowing them to file a legal claim and keep an action going without fear of adverse costs, ... Read more

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Court reporting much different for U.S. depositions: Neeson

American evidence-gathering hearings usually generate a much wider paper trail, and quite often, longer work days than their Canadian equivalent, says Neesons Court Reporting ... Read more

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Be dispassionate when analyzing video evidence: Plaxton

There can be a big difference between what is seen and what actually happened when it comes to video evidence, Crystal Beach, Ont. forensic video analyst  Michael Plaxton ... Read more

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Ontario court decisions have cut into accident settlements: Rastin

In the final instalment of a two-part series exploring the impact of the statutory deductible and threshold test, Barrie-area litigator Steve ... Read more

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Trump comments central to high-stakes extradition case: Hicks

A high-profile extradition case involving a senior executive of a Chinese tech giant could hinge on the perception of political interference by U.S. President Donald Trump, ... Read more

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Language rights for elderly Ontarians a growing issue

The availability of legal services in languages other than English could become a growing issue as Ontario’s population continues to age, Brampton lawyer-linguist  ... Read more

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McArthur guilty plea to eight murder counts 'unprecedented:' Zita

Bruce McArthur’s guilty plea to eight counts of first-degree murder is an “extraordinary” circumstance, Toronto criminal lawyer  Jessica Zita  tells ... Read more

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Avoid intimate relationships with patients, clients: Sunshine

A regulated health professional will have their certificate of registration revoked if they become involved in a sexual relationship with a patient or ... Read more

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Security a high priority for businesses using IOT devices

Security should be top of mind for business owners embracing the Internet of Things (IoT), the interconnection via the web of computing devices embedded in everyday objects ... Read more

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Ensure estate trustees know what they’re getting into: Murphy

The responsibilities of an estate trustee, who administers the personal and financial affairs of a deceased person, can be greater than expected, says Toronto estates lawyer ... Read more

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Cohabitation agreements can protect couples in their golden years

Even divorced baby boomers can be somewhat naïve about love and marriage, and many remain in denial about the financial realities that can hit hard when a second (or ... Read more

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