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Slain Canuck law prof. was found bleeding in his car

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – A Canadian law professor working in Florida was found bleeding from a gunshot to the head in the driver’s seat of his car in his garage on…

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Stay smart when car shopping post-separation

Stay smart when car shopping post-separation

The purchase of a second vehicle may be necessary following separation, and in order to be seen in a positive light in the eyes of a court, there are certain…

Paediatric TBI cases topic of discussion

Paediatric TBI cases topic of discussion

In paediatric traumatic brain injury cases, costs are likely to stem from items including equipment, which changes as a child grows, and modifications to the family home for safety purposes, says…

Brown named in top lawyer roundup

Brown named in top lawyer roundup

Toronto critical injury lawyer Patrick Brown of McLeish Orlando LLP has been recognized in the 2014 Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory as an expert in personal injury representing plaintiffs. Called to the…

SCC ruling reduces wrongful dismissal court costs

SCC ruling reduces wrongful dismissal court costs

Fallout from a Supreme Court of Canada decision will see easier and faster applications for summary judgments, resulting in reduced court costs, Toronto employer lawyer Doug MacLeod tells the Toronto Star.…

Presumption of innocence being eroded by police policies

Presumption of innocence being eroded by police policies

By Bobby Vakili There has been considerable controversy in the media this past year over the Toronto Police carding policy that allegedly targets minorities. In April, Toronto Police Services Board…



Seven buying tips for (experienced) franchisees

Seven buying tips for (experienced) franchisees

By Ben Hanuka If you are an experienced franchisee looking to purchase a franchised business, chances are that, this time around, you are looking to engage in a more comprehensive…

Accused killer laughs as he tries to plead guilty to murder

WINNIPEG – A man accused of killing a Manitoba woman eight years ago laughed in front of the victim’s family as he tried to plead guilty to second-degree murder Monday.…

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Ex engineer loses bid to keep parts of mall collapse report secret

OTTAWA – A discredited former engineer has lost his bid to keep parts of a report into the deadly collapse of a northern Ontario mall secret until after his criminal trial.Robert…

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Man charged after online post offered beer if food thrown at Ford

TORONTO – A Toronto man has been charged after police say an online post urged people to throw food at Mayor Rob Ford during a party in a city park. Police say they became aware…

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Sammy Yatim’s dad says questions around death haunt him

TORONTO _ The father of an 18-year-old man who was fatally shot by police one year ago says the questions surrounding his son’s death continue to haunt him. Nabil Yatim…

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Residential school survivors have hearing loss, broken bones

WINNIPEG – The vast majority of claims filed by Indian residential school survivors seeking extra compensation for medical injuries are for hearing loss, respiratory illnesses and broken bones. The Indian…

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Prison service to test electronic monitoring devices on high risk inmates

OTTAWA – High-risk offenders in Ontario and Quebec are among the inmates slated to take part in a federal prison service pilot project to test the effectiveness of electronic monitoring…

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Judge impressed with live tweeting from inside courts

HALIFAX –  A top judge in Nova Scotia says he is surprised at the positive impact live-tweeting inside the courtroom has had after the province’s judiciary recently relaxed the rules on the…

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Self-representation part of evolution in family law

Self-representation part of evolution in family law

Greater client participation in family law is a positive development, though it remains important for parties to consult with legal professionals on complex matters, St. Catharines family lawyer and mediator…

Charity has same rights as taxpayer if challenged by CRA

Charity has same rights as taxpayer if challenged by CRA

As the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) widens its audit into the political activities of charities, organizations should be aware of their rights, and how the process works if they are…



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