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Posted on October 16, 2020 In News
Nipigon Office Open Did you know that Weilers has a satellite office in Nipigon? A lawyer is available to meet with you in our Nipigon [...]
Posted on October 16, 2020 In Articles, Labour Relations & Employment Law

October 16, 2020 By Brian Babcock Racial slurs have no place in the workplace, and may be grounds to terminate for cause. A recent arbitration award, […]

Posted on October 16, 2020 In Articles, Corporate & Commercial Law

October 16, 2020 By Brian Babcock Trusts and agency are both legal concepts about relationships. Perhaps because of this commonality, people often confuse the two. They […]

Posted on October 8, 2020 In Articles, General & Commercial Litigation

October 8, 2020 By Brian Babcock If you are wronged, or even think you are wronged, you almost always have a time limit that applies to […]

Posted on September 29, 2020 In Articles, Wills & Estates

September 29, 2020 By Brian Babcock According to a recent Superior Court decision in estate litigation “the errors of the parents are oft visited on their […]

Posted on September 23, 2020 In Articles, General & Commercial Litigation

September 23, 2020 By Brian Babcock “I was never ruined but twice: once when I lost a lawsuit, and once when I won.” So said the […]

September 23, 2020 By Brian Babcock May unhappy unionized employees take a grievance to an arbitrator, and at the same time apply to a human rights […]

Posted on September 11, 2020 In News
Weilers Awarded Readers’ Choice Favourite Law Firm Thank you Thunder Bay for choosing Weilers Law as your favourite Law Firm in the Chronicle Journal's Readers' [...]
Posted on September 8, 2020 In Articles, Energy Law

September 8, 2020 By Mark Mikulasik The Government of Ontario appears to be serious about strictly enforcing and interpreting energy contracts. The recent Ontario Court […]

Posted on September 8, 2020 In Administrative Law, Articles

September 8, 2020 By Brian Babcock Racism is not only wrong, it can be costly. A recent Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario decision, Graham v. Enterprise […]