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By Mary Wahbi, Kathryn Balter
Most people are hesitant when it comes to dealing with their Wills and Powers of Attorney. Death and Disability are not easy subjects to deal with.
By Jack Coop
In a decision released on October 31, 2017, a three judge panel of the Ontario Court of Appeal overturned a September 21, 2017 decision by the Court of Appeal motions judge that ...
By David Thiel
This is one of a series of newsletters that the Condominium Law Group at Fogler, Rubinoff LLP will be providing to our condominium industry contacts as changes to the Condominium Act, 1998 are implemented.
By Mary Wahbi
This is the fourth article in a four-part series on wills and estate planning.
By Stanley Berger
With all the fanfare about renewable energy, the report released by the Ontario Government on October 26, 2017, is illuminating.
By Russell Sanders
The webpage containing the foregoing documents should be easily identifiable and accessible from the listed issuer's home page or investor relations page.
By Rick Moscone
In the context of its continued listing review of listed issuers in the marijuana sector, the TSX and TSXV expect to group issuers into two categories.
By Mary Wahbi
As a general rule of thumb, we suggested that if your estate planning documents are more than three to five years old, it's time to review and up-date them.
By Ian MacInnis
The Voluntary Disclosures Program (VDP) is a "tax amnesty" program administered by the Canada Revenue Agency ("CRA"). It allows noncompliant taxpayers to voluntarily correct their tax affairs...
By Stanley Berger
A recent decision from the Yukon Territorial Court is a reminder of how important communication between the regulator and the regulated can be.
By Rick Moscone
On October 3, 2017, the Standing Committee on Health voted for an amendment to Bill C-45 that would allow for the availability of cannabis edibles and concentrates within 12 months...
By Sheryl L. Johnson
Lesser remedies would be eliminated as would consideration of current indicators of actual union support in determining on the appropriate remedy applicable to the circumstances.
By Blair W.M. Bowen
A recent decision of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice summarized the law in Canada concerning a medical device manufacturer's duty to warn in the context of class action litigation.
By Mary Wahbi
In Part I of Estate Planning – Regular Check-Ups Required!, we discussed how changes in your assets may require that you review and revise your estate planning documents.
By Andrea Marsland
Employers will be required to pay their employees equal pay for equal work regardless of whether they are full-time, part-time, temporary, seasonal or casual.
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