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Balancing the balance

By Inga Andriessen I love the first couple of weeks after January 1 – it is the time of year you get to see which resolutions are sticking for those who made them. Many ... Read more

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Public transit: bigger responsibility to keep the public safe

By John McLeish and Courtney Stewart Public transit plays an essential role in our communities. Every day, public transit drivers navigate large vehicles throughout ... Read more

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Interpersonal difficulties with colleagues result in complaint, SCERP

By Lonny Rosen and Elyse Sunshine Workplaces, including those in a health care environment, often include a variety of personalities that are not always ... Read more

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How should I deal with my in-laws during divorce?

By Steven Benmor Most people think that divorce is the end of a relationship between a husband and wife. But the reality is that divorce results in the termination, or ... Read more

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Afraid of dying? Take your mushroom

By Ian Hull Estate law is centred on asset planning for an end-of-life experience. So not surprisingly, we’ve seen just about every end-of-life situation you can ... Read more

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What is implied consent?

By David Hollingsworth Does no consent mean implied consent? What happens if someone uses your vehicle without your consent and causes an accident or injury? Is this implied ... Read more

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Fraud against seniors – can it happen in your family?

By Suzana Popovic-Montag By now, many of you have had a phone call from the “Canada Revenue Agency” informing you that you owe money, or that a lawsuit or ... Read more

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Can income be imputed where a payor spouse is in jail?

By Lisa Gelman An Ontario court  recently explored  whether interim child support should be ordered when the payor spouse was incarcerated on the basis of imputing ... Read more

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New employer-friendly legislation on the horizon

By Laura Williams Since its election this summer, Ontario’s Progressive Conservative government has been busy reforming Ontario’s labour and employment laws to ... Read more

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Child support for university kids

By Marcus Sixta For a variety of reasons, many studies have shown that children today require more and more education to become self-sustaining. This means that children ... Read more

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What are the duties of an executor?

By Lisa Laredo Being appointed executor of an estate is a big job. While the official definition of the role sounds fairly straight-forward — gather up the estate ... Read more

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Six tips to overcome the legal bully in your divorce

By Angela Princewill Legal bullies come in a variety of forms. The most popular ones take advantage of the legal system, try to control/intimidate you by using the system ... Read more

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Balancing the risks and benefits: spectator sporting injuries

By Dale Orlando and Taraneh Etemadi The start of a new year is an exciting time for sports fans as the national sports teams up the ante with the NFL playoffs ... Read more

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Common law v. marriage: legal relationships that sneak up on you

By Timothy N. Sullivan “Love and marriage go together like a horse and carriage…” When’s the last time you’ve seen a horse or been in a ... Read more

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Keep your children safe on the slopes

By Salvatore Shaw and Courtney Stewart One of the best things about Canadian winters is all the winter activities we can enjoy once the snow starts falling ... Read more

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The Ontario Human Rights Code – a primer

By Christopher Achkar The Ontario  Human Rights Code  (the Code ) is intricate legislation which, after being passed in 1962, has protected provincially-regulated ... Read more

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Health law collisions: immigration law

By Kate Dewhirst Health law is a discipline that focuses on the legal issues in health care, on representing the interests of recipients of health services or health care ... Read more

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Jury duty and leave of absence

By Stuart Rudner Like it or not, as a Canadian citizen, you are expected to serve jury duty when summoned by your jurisdiction’s courthouse. And as an employer, some of ... Read more

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Ride sharing and sexual assaults: protections for women in Ontario

By Alison Burrison In today’s society, rideshare companies offer an affordable and easy way to get to your destination; but who really is the person behind the wheel ... Read more

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Was your disability claim denied because you applied too late?

By Nainesh Kotak Most short-term disability and long-term disability insurance policies will contain clauses that set our when your claim for disability benefits must be ... Read more

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