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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 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 […]

Posted on August 26, 2020 In Administrative Law, Articles

August 26, 2020 By Brian Babcock Judicial review is a process by which courts supervise decisions of administrative bodies, to make sure that the decisions are […]

Posted on August 21, 2020 In Articles, Corporate & Commercial Law

August 21, 2020 By Brian Babcock Does an agreement that requires consent to its assignment carry with it an implied understanding that consent will not be […]

Posted on August 19, 2020 In Articles, Labour Relations & Employment Law

August 19, 2020 By Brian Babcock If you are an employer, it is time again to review and update the termination clauses in your employment contracts. […]

Posted on August 19, 2020 In Articles, Corporate & Commercial Law, Real Estate Law

August 19, 2020 By Brian Babcock There is not always undue influence when a spouse personally guarantees the corporate debt of their spouse’s business. A written […]

Posted on August 14, 2020 In Articles, Family Law, Real Estate Law, Wills & Estates

August 14, 2020 By Brian Babcock It is important to know whether a transfer of property within a family is intended to be a gift or […]

Posted on August 14, 2020 In Articles, Family Law

August 14, 2020 By Margaret Waddington Do: Start a calendar or journal. Keeping track of who had care of the kids and when or where […]