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Class members cash in on strength of creative counsel

A $100-million class-action settlement shows the value of creative counsel, Toronto class-action lawyer  Margaret Waddell tells  AdvocateDaily.com . The Federal ... Read more

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When in doubt, take a paternity test: Colman

Men who made support payments for a child they later discover is not theirs could be relieved of that financial obligation, Toronto family lawyer Gene C. Colman tells ... Read more

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Eight do's and don'ts for performance reviews

It’s physician performance review season, and hospital leaders should make sure there are no surprises when they summarize the year’s successes and failures, ... Read more

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Slip and fall liability not just an icy winter issue

Business and homeowners who don’t clear ice and snow from their sidewalks will spend more time and money in court on the issue than if they just took a few minutes to do the ... Read more

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Social media do’s and don’ts for job hunters

Most working Canadians are active on social media, but they may be unaware that prospective employers could be viewing their online activity, Toronto employment lawyer Amelia ... Read more

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Treatment critical for developing mental health LTD claim

In the third instalment of a four-part series on long-term disability insurance, Toronto personal injury lawyer Brian Goldfinger discusses the steps policyholders must take ... Read more

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Family law alternatives to litigation — part 1

In part one of a two-part series on litigation alternatives, Toronto family lawyer Julia Tremain explores the benefits of negotiated settlements. Divorcing couples ... Read more

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Courts can level playing field for financially disadvantaged spouses

Courts across the country have extensive powers to level the playing field for financially disadvantaged spouses, Toronto family lawyer  Erin Chaiton-Murray  tells  ... Read more

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Know your risks, responsibilities before an accident happens

In the second  instalment  of a two-part series, Windsor personal injury lawyer Gino Paciocco discusses the  specific seasonal scenarios of contributory ... Read more

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Study reveals link between traumatic injury, mental health issues

A new Canadian study reveals a high probability that mental health issues, and even suicide, could occur after a major traumatic injury, Oakville personal injury lawyer Jill ... Read more

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Our network was hacked — now what?

When a company’s computer network has been hacked, a digital forensic expert should be immediately called in to investigate, says  Tyler Hatch , founder and CEO of ... Read more

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AccounTrust continues to expand multidimensional client services

As AccounTrust celebrates its 15 th birthday, founder Avi Dahary  says he’s already looking forward to the next 15 years. Since its inception in January, ... Read more

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Defined terms key when drafting insurance policies

A recent Ontario Court of Appeal case shows the importance of using defined terms when drafting insurance policies, Toronto insurance lawyer  Rohan Haté ... Read more

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Client portals key to efficiency in the legal profession

Self-serve portals for clients will be essential for law firms in an era of commoditized legal services, says Korbitec Inc.  president  Alan Bass . And Bass ... Read more

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Walker gives back to hometown Oakville with personal injury practice

When personal injury lawyer Meghan Walker joined  Will Davidson LLP , it marked a joyous homecoming for the Oakville native. Having grown up in the area, Walker was ... Read more

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Non-legal considerations loom large in employment mediations

Non-legal concerns often figure prominently in employment mediations, and each party's issues tend to be different, Toronto employment law mediators Barry B. Fisher ... Read more

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Ruling affirms that senior execs are held to higher standards of conduct

Ontario's top court has found a senior executive was dismissed for cause after failing to protect his employer from millions of dollars' overpayment on the purchase of a ... Read more

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Paralegals an ideal option for landlord-tenant disputes

Tenants and landlords caught up in disputes should consider paralegal services to help find a resolution, Ottawa paralegal Amri Murray tells  AdvocateDaily.com . ... Read more

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Expert limits prejudice accident victims: Ford

 New rules limiting the use of experts in litigation related to motor vehicle accidents will unfairly prejudice injured plaintiffs, Kamloops personal injury lawyer  ... Read more

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Question of solicitor-client privilege comes to fore in SNC Lavalin controversy

OTTAWA — The time-honoured tenet of solicitor-client privilege — usually discussed in courtrooms and law-school textbooks — has become a central ... Read more

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