The Spread of COVID-19 Lawsuits

Emily Hanberry The COVID-19 pandemic has, without a doubt, changed the world and how we all interact within it. COVID-19 already has and will likely continue to impact our daily lives and bring dramatic change to many aspects of life [...]

2020-10-20T16:05:58+00:00July 13, 2020|News|

COVID-19 and the Courts: Is Court Closed?

Melody Rodger Many people have family law issues which they feel are urgent or an emergency and are asking whether they are able to pursue a remedy in court. Many clients are also under the impression that the courts are [...]

2020-10-23T20:55:32+00:00April 27, 2020|News|

Medical Aid in Dying

Carter v. Canada, 2015 SCC 5, is a landmark Supreme Court of Canada decision, with no dissenting opinions and a judgement written by “The Court”. The issue for the Court to consider was whether the prohibition on medical [...]

2020-09-01T09:16:31+00:00January 15, 2019|News|

Executors and Personal Liability

Kasey Anderson In the recent case in Ontario of  an executor was found to be personally liable for legal fees of both the estate and a claimant against the estate in excess of $200,000. The unique and tragic circumstances of [...]

2020-09-01T09:16:44+00:00September 4, 2018|News|

Marijuana in the Workplace: What’s the Buzz?

Medina Shatz What will it look like in our workplaces next summer when cannabis will be legal? While the Cannabis Act is intended to “create a strict legal framework for controlling the production, distribution, sale and possession of cannabis across [...]

2020-09-01T09:17:08+00:00July 4, 2017|News|

Women, Wine, & Wisdom Seminar

Anthea Law There is no greater certainty in life than death and taxes. We have all received advice from our financial planners to do our estate planning and have our Wills prepared. However, that means understanding certain financial fundamentals, along [...]

2020-09-01T16:07:46+00:00March 1, 2017|News|
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