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

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

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

LAWPRO looking to hire a corporate writer and policy analyst

LAWPRO is looking to hire a corporate write/policy analyst with legal experience. The position reports to the Communications Director. This person will work closely with company executive, the communications and risk management departments to plan, research, write and edit a broad range of assignments for external and internal stakeholders including: policy and position papers, speeches,… Read More »

Categories: Announcements

Excess Malpractice Insurance: Do you have sufficient coverage?

One area of insurance coverage that deserves special attention is excess insurance. It provides an additional layer of insurance protection should your defence and indemnity payments exceed the $1 million per claim/$2 million in the aggregate limits provided by the primary LAWPRO insurance program. Why should you consider buying Excess insurance? Consider these facts: One… Read More »

Categories: LAWPRO Errors and Omissions Coverage

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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