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Civil suit connected to Meng's extradition strategy: Neuberger

A notice of civil claim filed by Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou alleging serious violations of her constitutional rights is “ an oblique attack on the extradition ... Read more

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Specifying goals is first step to success: Bury

Understanding the value of your goals can help you accomplish them, Toronto lawyer and certified executive coach  Michael Bury  tells AdvocateDaily.com . Using ... Read more

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SCC rules on importance of irrevocable beneficiary designation

A recent Supreme Court of Canada (SCC)  case shows the importance of an irrevocable beneficiary designation for spouses hoping to secure support payments using life ... Read more

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Using reason key when negotiating purchase agreements

Co-operation and the ability to find compromise are keys to crafting an efficient purchase agreement, Toronto health lawyer  Michael Gleeson tells  ... Read more

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Protocol for drug dependent health-care professionals a positive step

Ontario nursing professionals now have a confidential and secure way to address their drug and alcohol problems, Toronto health lawyer Lonny Rosen tells ... Read more

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Take proper steps to prove mental capacity in a will: Laredo

While the standards of mental capacity required to draw up a will are well known, a court challenge is always a possibility if the proper steps are not taken when it is being ... Read more

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Understanding the importance of workplace harassment policies

Employers need well-defined policies that are readily accessible to staff to prevent workplace harassment, Toronto employment lawyer  Bram Lecker  tells ... Read more

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Don't sink to uncivil lawyer's level: #thelawyercoach

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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Drake can still claim victory in trademark flap: Kulish

Entertainer Drake can still sing a happy song despite a split decision in the court battle over the use of ‘6IX’ as a trademark, Toronto intellectual property ... Read more

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Condominium tribunal doing an effective job: Howden

More than a year into existence, Ontario’s Condominium Act Tribunal (CAT) is working effectively, Toronto employment lawyer  Deborah Howden ... Read more

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No evidence to prove gun bans work: Dostaler

A handgun ban will not reduce crime, and it may even encourage the growth of the illegal ownership of these weapons, Ottawa criminal lawyer Céline Dostaler tells A ... Read more

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Justify departures from spousal support guidelines: OCA

A recent decision by the Ontario Court of Appeal reaffirms the idea that Spousal Support Advisory Guidelines (SSAGs) must be the framework for determining and amending support ... Read more

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GDPR may require changes to Canadian data contracts

Canadian businesses may need to account for the European Union’s wide-reaching General Data Protection Regulation ( GDPR ) in their processing contracts, ... Read more

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Long-term disability insurance part 3: the case study

In the final instalment  of a three-part series on LTD claims, Toronto personal injury lawyer Andrew M. Lee discusses creative ways to overcome a denial of coverage. If ... Read more

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Data security and privacy too low on priority lists: Rudner

Advances in technology can be a double-edged sword for companies and their employees, Toronto employment lawyer and mediator  Stuart Rudner  tells  ... Read more

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Supreme Court decision a boost for language rights

A Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) decision shows how more judges are recognizing the importance of language rights, Brampton lawyer-linguist  Suzanne Deliscar tells  ... Read more

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Municipalities' concerns of 'liability chill' unfounded: Orlando

Ontario municipalities’ concerns around the ‘joint and several liability’ rule are overblown and leave innocent victims on the hook for compensation, Toronto ... Read more

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Legislative changes heighten occupational health and safety issues

Health and safety are becoming more prominent concerns for employers, regardless of the types of workplaces they operate, Toronto employment lawyer  Doug MacLeod tells  ... Read more

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Clients grateful for tough-talking Ray-Ellis

Clients should expect a reality check and not the usual niceties when they hire Toronto employment lawyer Soma Ray-Ellis . Ray-Ellis, partner and chair of the employment and ... Read more

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Good record-keeping key to tax-efficient cottage estate plan

In the second 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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