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FATCA: U.S citizens living in Canada – financial asset reporting

By Alexey Manasuev Part III: Asset value threshold for FATCA reporting U.S. citizens who are currently living in Canada or abroad are required to file Form 8938 (FATCA ... Read more

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Five traps you should avoid when a patient complains

By Kate Dewhirst Every health care organization receives complaints. A complaint is any negative feedback received from a patient or family member of a patient about your ... Read more

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What you should do when ‘unexpected’ financial news is good

By Ian Hull The financial industry is relentless in encouraging Canadians to “plan for the unexpected” – and highlighting how anything can happen. You could ... Read more

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WSIB claims and cancer?

By David Hollingsworth What do WSIB claims and cancer have in common? Ontario has made it easier for firefighters to get the help and care they need by extending the ... Read more

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Court: employers not liable for defamation for true negative references

By Laura Williams The Divisional Court recently affirmed a decision of the Ontario Superior Court that employers are not liable for defamation for a negative reference if the ... Read more

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Agreements to arbitrate in family law

By Lisa Gelman The Ontario Superior Court of Justice  recently considered  the question of when a court may or may not find that an order to arbitrate a family law ... Read more

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Product liability: can having a garage sale make you liable?

By David Hollingsworth What do product liability and garage sales have in common? Springtime brings new beginnings. When the warm weather finally comes, we are all anxious to ... Read more

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Reasons your corporate lawyer should have litigation experience

By Anton Katz When lawyers start their practices, they often need to make the choice between pursuing litigation or corporate law. And while there are some legal ... Read more

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You lie, you pay: Andriessen

By Inga Andriessen Have you ever sworn under oath or affirmed to tell the truth before signing a document in front of a notary or commissioner for taking oaths? Did you ... Read more

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Forcillo appeal decision doesn't alter law around police force

By Jacob Stilman On July 27, 2013, Const. James Forcillo of the Toronto Police confronted Sammy Yatim, who was armed with a knife, yelling in a threatening manner, while ... Read more

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Understanding Ontario's marijuana laws and potential changes

By Joseph Neuberger Since each province will ultimately be responsible for establishing its own rules, things could especially be confusing in cities and areas that are ... Read more

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Inter-family money transfers

By Andrew Feldstein This case helps clarify the evidentiary burden necessary for determining if the inter-family transfers of money may be categorized as a gift or a loan. ... Read more

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Equal pay for equal work in Ontario workplaces

By Mitchell Rose Spring brings further changes to provincially regulated Ontario workplaces. These latest changes arise from last November when the Legislature passed ... Read more

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Rigid adherence to clinic procedures results in College complaint

By Lonny Rosen  and  Elyse Sunshine   The Health Professions Appeal and Review Board (HPARB) recently confirmed a decision of the Inquiries, Complaints and ... Read more

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Videoconferencing for courtrooms

By Kim Neeson   Out-of-town witnesses or counsel can now avail themselves of appearing virtually in Toronto's downtown courthouses. While we may not yet have much ... Read more

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Stay flexible – roll with those financial planning punches

By Suzana Popovic-Montag Financial planning is a tricky business at the best of times – especially for longer-term goals like retirement and estate planning. But when ... Read more

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Refusing to accept offer from purchaser not failure to mitigate

By Barry B. Fisher In this case , two long-term plaintiffs were told that the employer was selling the division that they worked for to another company and that the other ... Read more

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Employer liability for moral and punitive damages

By Laura Williams Because of the special nature of an employment relationship, employers have an obligation to act in good faith and to deal fairly with their ... Read more

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Billionaire's estate will not go to his family

By Charles Ticker A  recent story online found here  reveals the estate plan of the billionaire founder of a furniture giant. The man (March 1926 – January ... Read more

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Medical marijuana and workplace intoxication

By Bram Lecker and Jordan Reiner Marijuana is in the news almost daily with legislation underway to legalize it. Our Parliament is currently debating Bill C-45 (The Cannabis ... Read more

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