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Commission-free real estate company set to expand in Canada

With a global real estate giant hoping to disrupt the Canadian market, consumers may not be so quick to sign up for the company's commission-free sales approach, Toronto real ... Read more

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Strong business case for promoting diversity in law firms: Bentley

It makes good business sense for law firms to embrace equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI), says Chris Bentley , director of Ryerson University’s Legal Innovation Zone ... Read more

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The consequences of dying without a will

With surveys showing more than half of Canadians don't have a will, Barrie-area litigator Steve Rastin tells AdvocateDaily.com he suspects a fair amount people aren’t ... Read more

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Crucial for federal corporations to stay on top of filing

Although news that a number of federal corporations have not been keeping up with their mandatory reporting requirements is unsurprising, failing to inform the government about ... Read more

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Samaroo among elite women of real estate: REP

Real estate may still be a male-dominated profession, but there’s a demographic shift in the works, Toronto real estate lawyer  Sarita Samaroo tells Real Estate ... Read more

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Five key steps to take if you are a pedestrian injured by a car

If you are a pedestrian who has been hit by a car, there are important steps to take to get the treatment you need, receive accident benefits you deserve and build a strong case, ... Read more

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Stay serves setback to cops who delay right to counsel: Neuberger

Police who delay an arrested person's right to counsel have suffered another setback in Ontario Superior Court   after Toronto criminal lawyer Joseph Neuberger ... Read more

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Advantages of body cameras don't outweigh costs, concerns

Although body-worn cameras are often touted as a way to increase accountability and safety as well as reduce incidents of use of force by police officers, the ... Read more

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Personal injury implications of weed and impaired driving

With cannabis legalization just around the corner, Toronto personal injury lawyer  Jasmine Daya says impaired driving rates and social and commercial host liability ... Read more

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Human Rights Commission releases updated policy before pot legalization

Ontario's Human Rights Commission is trying to adopt a balanced approach to protecting the rights of both employers and employees in regard to marijuana use in the workplace, ... Read more

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N.L. proposal would allow anonymous reporting of sexual assaults

JOHN'S, N.L. — Sexual assault victims may soon be able to report attacks anonymously to police through third parties in Newfoundland and Labrador — part of a ... Read more

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Transcript cost decision undervalues skilled court reporters: Neeson

A recent appeal court decision could drive experienced court reporters out of the transcription business for good, says Neesons Court Reporting  founder and president  ... Read more

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U.S. partner dispute a cautionary tale for entrepreneurs

A recent U.S. case involving a small startup that grew beyond all expectation and resulted in a legal dispute between the original business partners holds a number of lessons for ... Read more

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Evaluative mediation not for the faint of heart

Don’t expect Toronto employment law mediators Barry B. Fisher or  Peter Israel to act as mere messengers between parties at your mediation. ... Read more

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Ending LAO's alternative fee arrangement pilot a misguided move: Hicks

Legal Aid Ontario’s plan to eliminate an invaluable alternative billing method for law firms is a misguided step into the past, Toronto criminal lawyer Christopher Hicks ... Read more

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Navigating the litigation funding and insurance market: choosing an insurer

In part one in a two-part series of TheJudge Global’s guide to the litigation funding and insurance market, Katie Armstrong reviews the factors clients should take ... Read more

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Canadian mother appeals to PM to help return abducted child

A mother whose son was abducted to Armenia is appealing to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to help bring her child home to Canada, Toronto family lawyer Michael Stangarone tells ... Read more

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Cyber insurance helps defray data breach costs

Many companies are not prepared for upcoming changes to Canada’s privacy law that will require them to report data breaches within a prescribed time, says Jason ... Read more

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ADR’s full potential yet to be realized: Huberman

The key to success of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is in its flexibility and adaptability to a variety of situations, Toronto litigator and commercial ... Read more

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Pre-trial lockdowns now a factor in sentencing, says Handlarski

Time spent in lockdowns at an Ontario detention centre is rightfully becoming a significant factor in sentencing, Toronto criminal lawyer Ryan Handlarski tells the CBC . ... Read more

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