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Osgoode Law certificate course a hit with HR professionals

When Osgoode Professional Development saw the need for a certificate course to allow human resources specialists to develop a more thorough understanding of employment law, ... Read more

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Wisdom through experience helps to better serve clients

Nearing his 76th birthday in a profession that acknowledges the value of age and experience, British Columbia criminal lawyer  Dr. Gary Botting  says he is ... Read more

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Longer recovery from head injuries for adolescent girls: study

A recent Canadian study that suggests adolescent girls are slower to recover from concussions than boys the same age is important for all concerned, says Oakville personal injury ... Read more

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Mediator's style has to work for both parties: Jordan

In this second instalment of a three-part series on family law mediation, Toronto family lawyer and mediator Kelly Jordan discusses what to consider when selecting a ... Read more

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SCC finally resolves Henson trusts questions: Pope

In its recent ruling , the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) finally settled that the assets held in a Henson trust do not belong to the person receiving provincial disability ... Read more

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Vulnerable will suffer most from CICB's demise

The provincial government’s move to scrap the Criminal Injuries Compensation Board (CICB) will hit some of society’s most vulnerable crime victims, Toronto civil ... Read more

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Online tool empowers self-represented family litigants

A new online tool being developed by Toronto family lawyer Kathryn Hendrikx and an IT partner will be welcome news for the huge number of self-represented litigants in ... Read more

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The earlier the better to quit executor role

The sooner the executor of an estate realizes that they don’t want to fill the role, the better, Toronto wills and estates lawyer  Elinor Shinehoft tells  ... Read more

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Shuber joins Gelman & Associates

Toronto family lawyer and mediator Jennifer Shuber  has joined the Toronto office of Gelman & Associates . Shuber, a senior associate, made the move earlier ... Read more

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Mediation a great option for appropriate cases

Mediation is an excellent alternative to litigation, as long as the case is appropriate, Toronto family lawyer  Rachel Healey  tells  AdvocateDaily.com . A ... Read more

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Divorce: it’s not like on TV

Individuals seeking divorce should be wary of information that doesn’t come from a lawyer to avoid confusion and unnecessary heartache, Fredericton family lawyer ... Read more

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Criminal case offers lessons on workplace privacy

A criminal decision by the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) offers valuable guidance to both employers and employees about workplace privacy, Toronto labour and employment ... Read more

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Actions against Swiss banks part of global tax evasion crackdown

Recent moves by European financial authorities to levy penalties against or request client information from Swiss banks is just the latest development in the international ... Read more

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Making changes to your family cottage estate plan

In the third instalment of a four-part series on transferring ownership of  the family cottage, Winnipeg wills and estates lawyer Cynthia ... Read more

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Trends in civil sexual abuse awards: part 2

In the second instalment of a miniseries on advancing damages in sexual assault cases, Toronto civil sexual abuse lawyer  Elizabeth Grace discusses ... Read more

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INQ Data Law addressing cutting-edge issues

INQ Data Law, one of Toronto's newest additions, is bringing something unique to law — a focus on data and artificial intelligence, firm partners  Mary Jane ... Read more

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Using provocation as a defence in criminal cases

Provocation is a very misunderstood defence, particularly because it comes with very clear limits on when it can be used, Toronto criminal lawyer  John Rosen ... Read more

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Preparation for an IRS audit starts at tax filing time

U.S. taxpayers living in Canada may be audited by the IRS at any time and for a number of reasons — but the best time to start preparing for the audit process is not ... Read more

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Accessing family law services in both official languages

People should be aware they have the legal right to access services in either English or French — Canada's two official languages — when ... Read more

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Double-ended real estate deals come with risks: Haté

It’s essential to ensure that the person representing you in a home purchase has your “best interest at heart,” says Toronto civil litigator  Rohan ... Read more

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