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on July 27, 2015
Legal panel aims to update Ontario’s business laws
In an effort to make Ontario a more competitive business jurisdiction, a panel of legal experts has made recommendations to review outdated business legislation in the province.
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on July 20, 2015
Making time for yourself
As I relaxed in wonderful Mykonos, Greece, it became quite clear to me the next topic for my monthly article should be the importance of — notwithstanding the intense pressure and responsibilities of our careers — making time for you to recharge and to refresh. I have heard it said many times that we cannot afford to take time out of our busy schedules to do the things that we enjoy such as spending quality time in the evenings with our children, working out, or taking memorable trips. Howeve
on July 20, 2015
Decision suggests greater freedom for trial judges in contract law cases
Eli Lederman, a partner at Lencnzer Slaght Royce Smith Griffin LLP, says a recent Court of Appeal decision in Ontario adds to a growing trend that suggests trial judges may have greater freedom to determine whether parties are living up to their contractual obligations.

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