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practicePRO Resource: Dealing with Difficult Judges

family-law

As a family law lawyer Carole Curtis wrote one of our more consistently downloaded papers on Dealing with Difficult Clients. After a few years on the bench, she wrote another popular article: Dealing with Difficult Judges. Litigators of all stripes will find helpful reminders and suggestions on such topics as knowing your judge, planning strategy… Read More »

Categories: Family Law, Civil Litigation

LAWPRO Magazine: Avoiding the Unintentional Expansion of Retainers

communication-errors

Here’s the scenario: A lawyer is retained to assist a client with a tort claim and an accident benefits claim. The client, meanwhile, has been informed that the long-term disability (LTD) benefits provided by her employer’s group plan are about to be terminated. In an effort to forestall the termination of benefits, she asks the… Read More »

Categories: Communication Errors, Family Law, Civil Litigation

Administrative dismissals: Don’t be caught standing when the music stops

civil-litigation

This article by Nora Rock (corporate writer and policy analyst at LAWPRO) originally appeared in the August 31 issue of The Lawyers Weekly published by LexisNexis Canada Inc. Like fossil fuels and the saber toothed-tiger, judicial patience is a non-renewable resource. We at LAWPRO are especially mindful of the limits of judicial forbearance in the… Read More »

Categories: Civil Litigation

A clarification on the ultimate limitation period and the York Condominium Corp. and Jay-M Holding case

civil-litigation

The How Long Should You Keep Your Close Files? article in the December 2010 issue of LAWPRO Magazine was well received by Ontario lawyers. From the emails, phone calls and personal comments we received, it is clear the information we provided was helpful to many lawyers in terms of the decisions they needed to make… Read More »

Categories: Civil Litigation, Limitations Claims

Toronto Civil Court Lists now available on the Internet

announcements

The Toronto Lawyers’ Association announced today that they will be providing internet access to the Toronto Civil Court lists. Currently you can access Trials, Pre-Trial & Case Conferences, Motions and Masters’ Motions. The Commercial and Bankruptcy Lists will be available soon. The TLA aims to have the next day’s list posted by 5 pm each… Read More »

Categories: Announcements, Civil Litigation
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