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21/12/20

Holiday Events – now known as “Social Gatherings”

It’s December and the temperatures have dipped however that’s the only familiarity I have with this year’s holiday season. My family doesn’t celebrate Christmas from a religious perspective, but we...

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Challenges Facing the Personal Injury Case in the Era of Social Media

20/09/18

Social media has significantly increased our access to information and bonds with others and our community. Many use social media on a daily basis to connect with friends and family, to post about our daily interactions, and to celebrate our...

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Making Smart Choices For Back to School

6/09/18

September has arrived and we all know that means its time for our kids to head back to school.   At this time of year, there is a lot more traffic on the road and we see the resurgence of children...

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What is the Examination for Discovery Process in Ontario?

30/08/18

Examinations for Discovery (“discovery”) are an important procedural step in the personal injury litigation process in Ontario. This process is an opportunity for both parties to the lawsuit to find out what the other party’s claim or defence is and...

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Commissioning vs. Notarizing a Document

27/08/18

Understanding the difference between commissioning and notarizing a document can save money and avoid delays. Commissioning a document means taking oaths or declarations from a person who signs an affidavit or a statutory declaration. Only certain individuals, by their position...

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Clarinetist Awarded $350,000 in Lawsuit Against Ex-Girlfriend

2/08/18

Eric Abramovitz (“Abramovitz”) was recently awarded $350,000 in damages by Justice David Corbett of the Ontario Superior Court to compensate for his former girlfriend’s “reprehensible betrayal of trust” and “despicable interference in Mr. Abramovitz’s career”. WHAT HAPPENED? Abramovitz began playing...

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