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Constructive dismissal: the basics

In the first instalment of a two-part series on  constructive dismissal, Toronto employment lawyer Sean O’Donnell discusses the legal basics. Figuring out if ... Read more

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High-tech hospital procurements require more innovative process

As more hospitals rely on new innovations to provide patient care, there are special legal considerations around the procurement of these technologies, Toronto health lawyer ... Read more

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Franchisee disillusionment can lead to litigation, distrust

In the first instalment of a two-part series exploring an uptick in franchisee disappointment, Toronto franchise lawyer Joseph Adler discusses common fracture points in ... Read more

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Harassment of condo managers a growing problem

Condominium corporations should enact anti-harassment rules to protect their property managers and staff, Toronto condominium and commercial litigator  Megan Mackey ... Read more

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Skilled mediators help couples move beyond emotional baggage

Using a mediator to settle divorce issues is often the best way to achieve a positive result for all involved, Toronto family lawyer and mediator Kelly D. Jordan tells ... Read more

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Complainants must be named for case to proceed: Tremayne-Lloyd

Physicians who have launched a gender discrimination complaint against a Toronto-area emergency department chief must be willing to be identified if legal action is to take ... Read more

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Car surfers deserve accident benefits too

Even irresponsibly acquired injuries should be covered by accident benefits, Hamilton personal injury lawyer  Andrew Spurgeon  tells AdvocateDaily.com . In a recent ... Read more

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Clear policies, protocols required around suspected bullying

It is “absolutely imperative” that schools and sports organizations have a clear anti-bullying policy as well as a protocol to follow when an incident occurs or is ... Read more

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Key steps for a productive meeting with your family lawyer

Being prepared when meeting with a family lawyer could make things move along more smoothly and save money, says Toronto family lawyer  Erin Simpson . Simpson, founder ... Read more

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Seeing isn’t always believing with video evidence

When inexperienced police personnel give ‘expert’ testimony on video footage, honest errors can have big repercussions for those who are falsely identified, Crystal ... Read more

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Theft motivated by addiction not necessarily a firing offence

Toronto employment lawyer  Stephen Moreau  says a recent arbitration ruling provided a "significant win" for his client and sets in motion guidelines established by ... Read more

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Estates bar dealing with opposing multiple wills decisions

In the final instalment of a two-part series,  Toronto wills and estates lawyer Mary Wahbi discusses opposing rulings regarding the use of multiple wills. A recent ... Read more

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Companies need clear idea of assets, liabilities before dissolving

Corporations often don’t live forever — but for those who have decided to dissolve a business, it is crucial to first have a clear picture of their company’s ... Read more

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Key questions to ask a family law mediator before hiring

Couples who decide to settle family law disputes through a mediator should ensure the one they choose is properly trained and certified, Fredericton family lawyer Jennifer ... Read more

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Collaboration between lawyers, forensic team can reduce time, cost

Innovation in the consumer space has created a breadth and diversity of electronic evidence never seen before, but there are a few ways legal practitioners can work more closely ... Read more

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Long-term disability insurance part 1: the basics

In part one of a four-part series on long-term disability insurance, Toronto personal injury and disability lawyer Nainesh Kotak explains some of the lesser-known facts about ... Read more

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Collaborative approach effective in high-stakes divorces: Silbert

There is an alternative to an acrimonious divorce for high-net-worth individuals or people with businesses, St. Catharines family lawyer Sharon Silbert tells AdvocateDaily.com ... Read more

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New law school should be seen as opportunity for innovation: Rosen

A new Toronto law school should include a centre of study to develop lawyers and solutions for the 21st century, says Toronto criminal lawyer John Rosen . Rosen, ... Read more

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Responsibility for clearing snow, ice a complex legal issue

Winter’s grip brings more than just snow and ice — it also brings potential legal liability from slip and fall claims, says Toronto litigator  Stefan ... Read more

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‘Tis the season to be aware of social host liability

People planning to host a holiday party have legal responsibilities to ensure their guests stay safe, says Toronto civil litigator  Stephany Mandin . Mandin, principal ... Read more

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