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Posted on December 31, 2015 In Articles, Personal Injury & Insurance Litigation
December 31, 2015 By Brian Babcock NOTE TO READERS: This story was originally published on our website on November 5, 2006. The Childs case is still the latest word [...]
Posted on November 25, 2015 In Real Estate Law
November 25, 2015 By Jonathon Clark With our increasingly busy lives these days, the maintenance-free lifestyle of condominium units becomes more appealing. Over the last ten [...]
Posted on November 18, 2015 In Articles, Real Estate Law
November 18, 2015 By Jonathon Clark Perhaps now you have big plans to cut down all of the timber on the property. Most people simply assume [...]
Posted on August 5, 2015 In Articles, Personal Injury & Insurance Litigation
August 5, 2015 By Brian Babcock If the nature of your business has changed over time, it pays to check your insurance coverage. When you apply [...]
Posted on July 23, 2015 In Articles, Municipal Law, Real Estate Law
July 23, 2015 By Brian Babcock Co-Authored by Elizabeth McLeod (Law Student, Bora Laskin Faculty of Law) Summer in Thunder Bay is a time for relaxation, backyard barbeques and [...]
July 15, 2015 By Fhara Pottinger Is your family on the verge of a serious breakdown due to events that came out of someone’s Will or [...]
June 19, 2015 By Brian Babcock Canadian courts are increasingly willing to enforce the terms of arbitration clauses in commercial agreements. Canadian businesses need to learn [...]
Posted on June 10, 2015 In Articles, Corporate & Commercial Law
June 10, 2015 By Mark Mikulasik Co-Authored by Jon Clark (Student at Law, Weilers) Love them or hate them, the reality is that contracts are part [...]
Posted on May 22, 2015 In Articles, Family Law
May 22, 2015 Change is a fact of life for all families, and this is particularly true in the area of family law when it [...]
Posted on May 12, 2015 In Articles, Family Law
May 12, 2014 By Brad Smith What happens when a husband and wife separate and they are partners in a business? Can one spouse be required [...]