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Now available to stream the replay: June 22 free CPD: Working Together, Remotely – Managing and Leading Through COVID and Beyond


In this practical session, presented by LAWPRO in partnership with Toronto Lawyers Association, leading lawyers and expert law practice advisors share lessons learned and tips to date from our rapid shift to virtual practice, with a focus on how we can make our practices work better for ourselves, our teams and our clients. Speakers will… Read More »

Categories: Announcements

Notice to the Profession and Public Regarding Court Proceedings


The Ontario Superior Court of Justice will increase the number of in-person non-jury hearings effective June 21, 2021. As indicated in the May 12, 2021 Notice, some locations may resume jury selection and jury trials commencing July, August or September. The increase of in-person hearings as well as resumption of jury selection and jury trials… Read More »

Categories: Announcements

Guide to Ontario Mentoring Programs


Many groups and associations around Ontario coordinate mentoring relationships between members. For new lawyers, finding a mentor that understands your specific goals and experiences is key to building useful and foundational relationships. For potential mentors, passing your knowledge and experience on to those who will most benefit from it is important. We’ve collected information on… Read More »

Categories: Risk Management Strategies

New 60 Day Notice Requirement in Occupiers’ Liability Act (Injury from Snow or Ice) Overview


Bill 118, An Act to amend the Occupiers’ Liability Act, received royal assent on December 8, 2020 and came into force on January 29, 2021. The amendment introduces a new 60-day notice requirement for claims for personal injury caused by snow or ice which, if not met, will bar actions unless an exception applies. The… Read More »

Categories: Civil Litigation, Limitations Claims
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