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New amendments to the Ontario Rules of Civil Procedure: What to know

New amendments to the Ontario Rules of Civil Procedure: What to know

On January 1, 2019, several new amendments to the Ontario Rules of Civil Procedure came into force. The following changes are particularly notable: 1) New deadlines for supplementary expert reports New deadlines are now in effect for the service of supplementary expert reports and responding supplementary expert reports (pursuant to Subrule 53.03 (3), as amended)…. Read More »

Categories: Civil Litigation



Healthy lawyers make healthy practices: LAWPRO’s support for mental health and wellness resources

Healthy lawyers make healthy practices: LAWPRO’s support for mental health and wellness resources

Mental health challenges in the legal profession are often ignored, stigmatized, and untreated. This not only leads to poorer quality of life for lawyers and their families, it is a contributing cause of many malpractice claims. This is why, for over a decade, LAWPRO and the Law Society of Ontario have co-funded wellness and mental… Read More »

Categories: Wellness and Balance, Risk Management & Claims Prevention


Law Society of Alberta fraud warning about “GSKS Law Firm”

Law Society of Alberta fraud warning about “GSKS Law Firm”

The Law Society of Alberta has received a report about a business, “GSKS Law Firm”, purporting to be a law firm. The business operates a website at http://gskslaw.com. The individuals associated with the business are falsely holding themselves out as members of the Law Society of Alberta and are reaching out to individuals to offer… Read More »

Categories: Fraud Prevention

Paying attention to the fraud behind the curtain: Don’t get fooled by spoofed email addresses

Paying attention to the fraud behind the curtain: Don’t get fooled by spoofed email addresses

We have written previously about the dangers associated with email spoofing and phishing schemes, where fraudsters will send fabricated emails purporting to be from a trusted colleague or third party in an effort to trick a lawyer or staff member into clicking on a dangerous link or downloading a dangerous attachment. These fraudulent schemes continue… Read More »

Categories: Fraud Prevention

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