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Asthma, other respiratory conditions can cause long-term disability

By Nainesh Kotak Chronic respiratory disorders are diseases of the airways and lungs that continue over a prolonged period or throughout the lifetime of the affected ... Read more

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Is there life after death? (spoiler alert – we have the answer)

By Suzana Popovic-Montag I don’t know about you, but I was a little disappointed when I discovered that one of the greatest thinkers of our time – Stephen Hawking ... Read more

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Ride-sharing firm's employment contract illegal, unconscionable: OCA

By Amelia Phillips In  this case , the Ontario Court of Appeal found that the arbitration clause in a ride-sharing company’s driver services agreement and food ... Read more

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Man who killed parents entitled to partial inheritance

By Charles Ticker A  recent story  from New South Wales in Australia describes the struggle a woman had to stop her brother from inheriting from their parents after ... Read more

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The biggest neglected liability for your business

By Marcus Sixta What is the biggest potential liability for your business? When asked this question some people will list off things like competition, loss of market access, ... Read more

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Live longer – unusual tips for keeping the grim reaper at bay

By Ian Hull We’re all too familiar with the conventional advice for living longer – and the same ol’, same ol’ is being trotted out again by ... Read more

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‘Tis the season – winter road safety tips

By Patrick Brown and Nicole Fielding Winter is known for treacherous weather and subpar driving conditions. The weather and resulting road conditions add an ... Read more

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No jokes are the new joking

By Marcel Strigberger No joking. Am I joking? I don’t think so. I have come to the conclusion that in this day and age none of the age-old formula jokes are safe. ... Read more

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Not a privilege between management and HR

By Barry B. Fisher In this case , Master Champagne had to decide whether a series of emails between senior management and the human resources department had to be ... Read more

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Making a disability claim in Ontario

By Bram Lecker and Kimberley Sebag Most of us spend large portions of our day working to earn a living. This is central to almost every adult’s life. Your ... Read more

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Joint tenancy: it sounds simple, but is often a double-edged sword

By Timothy N. Sullivan Generally speaking, property can be owned either personally or jointly. Joint tenancy is when people own a property together and the right to an ... Read more

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Proportionality and third party disclosure

By Andrew Feldstein The parties in this case divorced in 2015 after nine years of marriage. They had two children together. The parties entered into a separation agreement ... Read more

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Three steps to influence organizational culture in health care

By Kate Dewhirst What is culture? According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, culture is the set of shared attitudes, values, goals, and practices that ... Read more

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What is ‘discovery’ and how do I prepare for it? (part II)

By Anton Katz Part I of this blog discussed the discovery process in general as well as the first two steps: creating the discovery plan and exchanging affidavits of ... Read more

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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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