Provincial employment law generally applies to employment relationships (although there are exceptions for federally regulated industries such as banks, transportation/trucking companies, radio/television, railways, and airlines). In Ontario, an employee who has been terminated without cause can claim for the statutory minimum amount of termination pay (and in some cases severance pay) under the Employment Standards…

To me, the hourly rate is a prime source of the negative impression that the public has of lawyers. I would hate the hourly rate if I were a client. In 2013 I chucked the hourly rate and changed my billing structure to reflect how I would want to be treated if I needed a…

Walk like a penguin! According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention walking like a penguin on icy or slippery surfaces is key to getting across these surfaces safely. You need to position your feet so they are slightly pointing out like a penguin. Walk flat-footed, bending slightly to keep your centre of gravity…

The short answer is: “No.” At the end of a trial, a successful party can request that the Judge order that the unsuccessful party pay a portion of the successful party’s legal costs.  Legal costs can include lawyer’s fees, as well as disbursements like photocopies, postage, expert’s fees and travel costs. In most cases, “costs follow…

What is a Will? A will is a legal document where you can provide for the payment of your debts as well as the liquidation and distribution of your assets in the event of your death. In addition, you can appoint within the document someone to be in charge of ensuring that your debts are…

A Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) is essentially a special savings and investment account authorized and registered with Canada Revenue Agency where an individual can contribute a percentage of his or her annual earnings. Amounts contributed in any tax year can be deducted from your taxable income for that tax year, to a certain maximum….

Life Insurance policies can be used for charitable giving purposes and can provide an individual or their estate with tax advantages. There are two ways that life insurance policies can be gifted: (1) Charity Owns the Policy: In this scenario, the donor, during his or her lifetime, will transfer ownership of the life insurance policy…

More committed couples are choosing not to marry, and many areas of Ontario law have begun to recognize this increasingly common family structure. Unfortunately, estate law is not one of those areas, and clients are often unpleasantly surprised to learn that, when one partner dies, they do not have the same rights as legally married…

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