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What will you do for long-term care?

By Suzana Popovic-Montag One of the challenges with demographic trends is that they tend to fly under the radar until they are suddenly upon us. Ensuring there is adequate ... Read more

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Imputing income — intentional underemployment

By Andrew Feldstein In this case , the parties began living together in 2000, married in 2002. The parties have two children together. The parties separated, with ... Read more

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Five reasons you need a power of attorney for property

By Lisa Laredo Power of attorney (POA) documents are incredibly important. Without them, should you no longer be mentally or physically capable of making decisions on your ... Read more

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What are your rights when you are detained or arrested: Pt. 2

By Joseph Neuberger If you have been arrested or detained by the police, it can be difficult to know where you stand. Especially for individuals with no previous history of ... Read more

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The 10 questions you must ask before hiring a divorce lawyer

By Steven Benmor Not all lawyers are equal. Like with any professional service, there are those who are excellent in their field in those who are not. Managing a ... Read more

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Court orders wide financial disclosure in dismissal case

By Barry B. Fisher In this case , the master had a situation where the dispute centred around the basis for how the employer could alter the plaintiff’s commission ... Read more

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Juries? Bah: Strigberger

By Marcel Strigberger A story surfaced recently about jurors in some cases consulting the internet to study information about the case, which info never formed part ... Read more

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Are you facing professional misconduct charges as an accountant?

By John Navarrete As an accountant in Ontario, you would not have been where you are without investing substantial resources into gaining the qualifications necessary to ... Read more

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Training is your best weapon to guard against fraud

By Kate Dewhirst Recently, the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario released two new health privacy decisions. Decision 68  reads like a made for TV ... Read more

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Government reverses Bill 148 public holiday pay changes

By Laura Williams On May 7, 2018, the Ontario government passed a new regulation under the  Employment Standards Act, 2000  (the ESA) that will reverse the changes ... Read more

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Hockey fights are way down. Estate fights? Not so much

By Ian Hull Have you watched an NHL game recently? If you have, you may have noticed a significant change in one high-profile aspect of the game: fighting. It’s ... Read more

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The two uses of examination for discovery evidence at trial

By John McLeish  and Joe Gaynor In part one of this series , the goals of examination for discovery were discussed. This article will focus on the two uses of ... Read more

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Paper health records can cause serious privacy issues: report

By Kate Dewhirst A  new Canadian study  published in the American Medical Association journal  JAMA  found that hospitals have a serious issue when ... Read more

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So you’re applying for a ‘law job’

By Inga Andriessen Our firm is currently going through the second round of interviews for our junior litigator/solicitor position. As the position is a junior position, ... Read more

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What is the right legal entity for your business?

By Anton Katz Are you thinking of taking your business to the next level? Maybe you’ve been running it as a sole proprietor for a while now, and want to separate ... Read more

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The implications of a criminal record

By John Navarrete The concept of a criminal record can seem vague. From understanding the difference between a crime and a provincial offence to knowing who may access a ... Read more

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Update on proposed Divorce Act amendments

By Jennifer Samara Shuber On May 22, 2018, the federal Minister of Justice introduced Bill C-78, a bill that proposes to amend, among other legislation, the  Divorce Act ... Read more

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Reasons to write a power of attorney for personal care

By Lisa Laredo A power of attorney (POA) for personal care is a legal document that gives someone you trust the right to make medical decisions on your behalf, if and when ... Read more

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First families first: Heft

By Reesa Heft In this 2008 Ontario Court of Appeal case , the payor husband remarried and started a new family, arguing that the financial responsibility for his new family ... Read more

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What are your rights when you are detained or arrested

By Joseph Neuberger Whatever the circumstances, being arrested or detained by the police is stressful. Regardless of what lead to the situation that resulted in the arrest, ... Read more

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