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Time Management Tips Tuesdays – Client and File Management

Time Management Tips Tuesdays – Client and File Management

At the core of any practice, good communication includes: Setting client expectations for communication at the outset Setting the scope of services in writing (see here for sample retainer letters) Scheduling regular client updates. Consider email templates and tools which can help in regular client communication updates Documenting all instructions Confirming receipt of correspondence Being… Read More »

Categories: Risk Management & Claims Prevention



Free LAWPRO CPD: Tips for Advocates

Free LAWPRO CPD: Tips for Advocates

This program is for advocates from all areas of practice. Learn from leading advocates from a range of practice areas and from LAWPRO counsel about practice trends and key advocacy tips. Download the program materials PDF. Speakers Click on each speaker’s name to read their bio. Juda Strawczynski, Director, practicePRO, LAWPRO Katie James, Claims Counsel,… Read More »

Categories: Civil Litigation




Cottages and Rural Properties: Avoid Common Errors that Lead to Title Insurance Claims

Cottages and Rural Properties: Avoid Common Errors that Lead to Title Insurance Claims

Cottages are a Canadian summertime staple. For many, cottage life has become tradition and cottage ownership is a dream come true. Conversely, cottage and rural residential properties generally present the real estate lawyer with some of the most challenging and complex issues of any area of real estate law, and may surprise lawyers who are… Read More »

Categories: Communication Errors, Real Estate

Land Acknowledgement

The offices of LAWPRO are located on the traditional territory of many nations including the Mississaugas of the Credit, Anishnabeg, Chippewa, Haudenosaunee and Wendat peoples. Toronto is covered by Treaty 13 with the Mississaugas of the Credit. LAWPRO respects and acknowledges the histories, languages, knowledge systems, and cultures of First Nations, Metis, and Inuit nations.

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