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2014 Foreign Worker and Employment Law Updates

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In April 2013, one of Canada's largest banks brought in Indian foreign workers and one of the employees in the bank went public stating that he was asked to train foreign workers in order to replace him, which introduced...

4 Ways Insurance Companies Try to Reduce Your Settlement

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This video describes 4 ways Insurance companies try to reduce the payout to personal injury victims, including using surveillance and other techniques. Andrea Girones from Girones Lawyers....

5 Tips on Marketing for Law Firms

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Sandra Bekhor of Toronto's Bekhor Management joins Garry J. Wise of Wise Law Office to provide her top tips on marketing for lawyers and law firms. Garry Wise of Wise Law Office....

A lawyer fee

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Mr. Liverman, West Island Lawyer of Cabinet Gelber Liverman gives a brief walk through as to how to determine a lawyer fee and what to expect when entering into a contract with a lawyer. F.S. Liverman of Cabinet Gelbe...

A Recent US Case Involving Twitter

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Toronto Criminal Lawyer Edward Prutschi Discusses a recent United States (U.S.) case in which Twitter messages were ordered handed over to prosecution. Edward Prutschi of Alder Bytensky Prutschi Shikhman....

A Way to Save Money with a Minor Criminal Case

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Discussing a way a person charged with a first time criminal offense can save money while still getting the proper advice, a legal opinion, and the best result you can in your particular case. Michael Kruse of Kruse ...

Access by Means of Virtual Visitations

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Today I will be discussing the issues of access by means of virtual visitation. The constant progression of technology has allowed people to connect and interact in new ways. Programs such as Skype and Facetime have allo...

Accommodation of Family Status in the Workplace

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What is family status? The Ontario Human Rights Code states that family status is the status of being in a parent and child relationship. The case law has expanded this, stating that it is not just a parent/child relatio...

Adding Children Onto Property Title

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Ron Van Der Steen from the law offices of Kyle & Van Der Steen discusses adding your children to the title of your property. Kyle & Van Der Steen LLP....

Advantages of Trademark Registration In Canada

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Whether you are a new business just starting out, or an existing business looking to expand, developing and promoting your brand is a key component of a successful marketing plan which could include trademark registratio...

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