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Posted on March 26, 2022 In Articles, Corporate & Commercial Law, Wills & Estates

March 26, 2022 By Brian Babcock “What is a fiduciary?” is even harder to answer than “What is a Trust?”. In the case of both […]

Posted on March 24, 2022 In Articles, Wills & Estates

Updated March 24, 2022 By Margaret Waddington What is a Certificate of Appointment? A Certificate of Appointment of Estate Trustee with a Will (or Without […]

Posted on March 21, 2022 In Articles, Labour Relations & Employment Law

March 21, 2022 By: Mark Lahn In December 2021, the Working for Workers Act, 2021 came into effect. One key change that this legislation made […]

Posted on March 18, 2022 In Articles, Labour Relations & Employment Law

March 18, 2022 By Brian Babcock If you are an employer, you might well be frustrated by the attitude of the courts towards the enforcement […]

Posted on March 18, 2022 In Articles, Corporate & Commercial Law, Real Estate Law

March 18, 2022 By Brian Babcock Never hesitate to ask someone who wants you to sign a contract what the terms actually mean – even […]

Posted on March 16, 2022 In Articles, Corporate & Commercial Law

March 16, 2022 By Mark Lahn Each year, more businesses are leveraging a variety of tools to collect and store personal information about their customers. […]

Posted on February 27, 2022 In Articles, General & Commercial Litigation, Wills & Estates

February 27, 2022 By Brian Babcock A court is will make an order for production for inspection of a document that is in the possession […]

Posted on February 27, 2022 In Articles, Municipal Law

February 27, 2022 By Mark Mikulasik Does the Supreme Court of Canada decision related to the size of Toronto’s city council, and the election of […]

February 13, 2022 By Mark Mikulasik What is a “core policy decision immune from negligence liability”? In Nelson (City) v. Marchi, the Supreme Court of […]

Posted on February 13, 2022 In Articles, General & Commercial Litigation

February 13, 2022 By Brian Babcock Judgment is not a remedy directly available for contempt of court arising in a civil lawsuit in Ontario. In […]