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Posted on February 4, 2023 In Articles, Labour Relations & Employment Law

February 4, 2023 By Brian Babcock Be careful not to terminate an employee by accident. The surest way to accidentally terminate an employee is to […]

Posted on February 4, 2023 In Articles, General & Commercial Litigation

February 4, 2023 By Jonathon Clark We have mentioned the phrase “negligent misrepresentation” in several articles so far. We have yet to discuss negligent misrepresentation […]

Posted on January 27, 2023 In Articles, General & Commercial Litigation, Municipal Law

January 27, 2023 By Mark Mikulasik THE ISSUE No, not really a million-dollar parking ticket. Just a million dollar fine for civil contempt arising from […]

Posted on January 27, 2023 In Articles, General & Commercial Litigation, Real Estate Law

January 27, 2023 By Nick Melchiorre Leaving a judge in a quandary is never a  good thing. Lawsuits over aborted real estate transactions seemed to […]

January 20, 2023 By Nick Melchiorre The phrase “total disability” is used frequently in government benefits and private disability insurance plans. But how do you […]

Posted on January 20, 2023 In Alternative Dispute Resolution, Articles, Family Law

January 20, 2023 By Brian Babcock There is no single simple answer to this FAQ. Mediation is rightly popular because in most disputes, the best […]

Posted on January 13, 2023 In Articles, Wills & Estates

January 13, 2023 By Fhara Pottinger …an estate trustee, an executor, an executrix, or a plain old trustee? THE ISSUE The modernization of legal terms […]

Posted on January 13, 2023 In Articles, General & Commercial Litigation, Real Estate Law

January 13, 2023 By Nick Melchiorre THE ISSUE If you are the seller of a house and the buyer fails to close, how do you […]

Posted on January 7, 2023 In Articles, Corporate & Commercial Law, Real Estate Law

January 7, 2023 By Mark Mikulasik Chances are that at some time you have signed a contract containing an “entire agreement” clause. Entire agreement clauses […]

Posted on January 7, 2023 In Articles, Labour Relations & Employment Law

January 7, 2023 By Brian Babcock Mitigation is one of those odd words used in law that most people are not instantly comfortable with. Odds […]