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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
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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
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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.
By Marc Spivak
The vast majority of us are familiar with the term ‘personal injury', a phrase usually associated with a claim based on the negligence or misconduct of a person or organisation, which has caused injury to another person (the claimant).
By Mason Morningstar
For various reasons, family law litigants may fail to participate in their court proceedings, placing them at risk of being "noted in default".
By Robert Adourian
A mortgage on your home will most likely be the most significant debt you will incur in your lifetime. A commitment in which you will be obligated to pay for a considerable amount of time
By John Schuman
Under Ontario's current Family Law Legislation, pets, of any sort, are not treated like children They are, for all purposes of law "property", like furniture, cars or bank accounts.
By John Schuman
If you, as a primary parent, want to move, you would need your ex's permission because naturally, moving will interfere with him parenting your son.
By David Schell
In 2018, Bill C- 46 was passed and with it came significant changes to impaired driving laws in Canada. Bill C-46 repealed sections 249 to 261 of the Criminal Code and replaced it with Part VIII.1 – sections 320.11 to 320.4
By John Schuman
On February 28, 2019, the Ontario Divisional Court released its decision on the constitutional challenge to the provinces repeal of the 2015 Sexual Education Curriculum brought by the English Public Teachers Union and the Canadian Civil Liberties Association and others.
By John Schuman, Katelyn Bell (Summer Law Student)
We are all familiar with the skyrocketing price of homes in Toronto and the surrounding area. It is not a simple feat to purchase a home – it requires a lot of hard work and obviously, money.
By David Schell
By now we have all been subjected to the tragic details of television star Jussie Smollett's alleged attack in Chicago earlier this year.
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