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April, 2019
  • Fixed fees advertising in real estate ads questioned

    Real estate lawyers continue to advertise fixed-fee services with exceptions, despite tighter restrictions passed by the Law Society of Ontario less than two years ago.
  • Sustainability of self-regulation scrutinized

    Bencher candidate John Nunziata says he thinks the provincial government may have to intervene in the legal profession’s self-regulation model following the bencher election ending April 30.
  • Judges need to be careful in class action certifications

    Judges presiding over class action proceedings should be cautious about using the principles set out by the Supreme Court in Hryniak to narrow litigation at the certification stage, the Divisional Court stated in a case about compensation for junior hockey players.


  • Gabrielle Giroday

    Editorial Obiter

    Never a dull moment

    This week, voting begins for the Law Society of Ontario’s bencher election.
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    Are we ready for smart contracts?

    The development of crypto-currencies, which use blockchain technology, has given rise to some pressing legal questions. These questions may seem relevant only to those who trade in crypto-currencies.

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    Monday, April 15, 2019

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    New Legal Tech CEO

    Suspended Lawyer Still On Ballot

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    Editorial Cartoon: April 15, 2019


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Ontario’s recent provincial budget calls for changes in benefits for catastrophically injured patients, including a ‘return to the default benefit limit of $2 million for those who are catastrophically injured in an accident, after it was previously reduced to $1 million in 2016.’ Do you agree with this shift?