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By Marc Spivak
Over the years, ride-hailing services have become increasingly popular and the demand appears to be increasing.
By Robert Adourian, Steven Huryn
You have recently closed the deal on what you thought was your perfect dream home. After moving in you discover that the house is in need of many more significant repairs than you expected.
By John Schuman
Ontario Family Court judges generally have a very dim impression of parents, mothers or fathers, who deny their children the opportunity to have a relationship with both parents.
By Marty Rabinovitch, Elias Rabinovitch
Bill 66, which received royal assent on April 3rd, 2019, changes the Employment Standards Act, 2000 (ESA) and the Labour Relations Act (LRA).
By Robert Adourian
An important part of preparing for a real estate transaction is making sure that you have sufficient identification documents to satisfy the requirements of your realtor, lawyer and mortgage lender.
By John Schuman
Under Ontario's current Family Law legislation, pets, of any sort, are "property", such as furniture, cars or bank accounts. Judges do not decide matters based on the "best interests of the pet", as they do parenting issues, ...
By Maya Krishnaratne
Foreign nationals need authorization from the Canadian government to work. For international students, work experience can help a great deal in being exposed to the Canadian job market,
By Frank Shostack
In this video, Frank Shostack explains his approach to law through two principles, by meeting the clients needs and making connections with his clients.
By Marty Rabinovitch, Elias Rabinovitch
Bill C-86 institutes a long list of amendments to several Federal statutes, including the Canada Business Corporations Act ("CBCA"), and officially comes into force on June 13th, 2019.
By Devry Smith Frank LLP
Devry Smith Frank LLP Toronto Lawyer, Larry Keown discusses the topic of post-termination bonuses with reference to Singer v. Nordstrong Equipment Limited.
By Devry Smith Frank LLP
Devry Smith Frank LLP Toronto Lawyer, Nicholas Reinkeluers discusses the amendments to the employment standards act, 2000 - From Bill 148 - Bill 47
By Devry Smith Frank LLP
Devry Smith Frank LLP Toronto Student-at-Law, Michelle Cook discusses the update on termination for cause provisions with reference to Khashaba v. Procom Consultants Group
By Devry Smith Frank LLP
Devry Smith Frank LLP Toronto Lawyer, Marty Rabinovitch discusses the latest on Termination Clauses with reference t Amberber v. IBM Canada
By John Schuman
These agreements or orders will stipulate the arrangements for custody of the child.
By David Schell
The answer to this question is undoubtedly, yes. The right to legal counsel upon arrest is a fundamental right in Canada and if you find yourself in such a situation you should always request to speak with a lawyer in the first instance.
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