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Little-used section of Condominium Act provides process for condo corp termination

Little-used section of Condominium Act provides process for condo corp termination

With the value of the land exceeding the collective worth of some units, usage may increase

Ontario’s electronic monitoring legislation, Bill 88, falls short on privacy protection, say experts

Ontario’s electronic monitoring legislation, Bill 88, falls short on privacy protection, say experts

Lawyers agree the law is not a robust privacy law

Brian Temins, managing partner of Minden Gross LLP, on his firm's plan for growth

Brian Temins, managing partner of Minden Gross LLP, on his firm's plan for growth

Temins plans a major rebrand to get the firm's message out after surveying the internal group

Fast-changing law means employers should review their employment contracts now

Fast-changing law means employers should review their employment contracts now

Termination clauses are especially ripe for review

Lawyer and U of T researcher examine how COVID-19 impacted the public's ability to witness justice

Lawyer and U of T researcher examine how COVID-19 impacted the public's ability to witness justice

Courts should harmonize their practices so people can easily access online hearings: lawyer

Divorce lawyer and playwright Jonathan Kline inspires lawyers to pursue their creative passions

Divorce lawyer and playwright Jonathan Kline inspires lawyers to pursue their creative passions

Jonathan Kline released his new play "Get A Dog" at the 2022 Toronto Fringe event