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Businesses may be helped by Law Society rule change

Businesses may be helped by Law Society rule change

The Law Society of Upper Canada, which governs the practice of law in Ontario, has rewritten one of its rules of professional conduct to create greater clarity for lawyers on how assertively they may represent clients in litigation intersecting with regulatory matters.
May 25, 2017
New Construction Lien Act – Countdown to the Reveal
Within the next 7 days, Ontario will unveil significant changes to the Construction Lien Act, which...
May 25, 2017
Update on Express Entry
Since Express Entry began on January 1, 2015, it has been necessary for prospective permanent...
May 23, 2017
Eligible Bulgarians, Romanians, Brazilians May Now Travel Visa-Free to Canada
Until May 1, 2017, all citizens of Bulgaria, Romania, and Brazil were required to obtain a...
May 15, 2017
Blaneys Wins Appeal on the Duty to Defend Allegations of Fraud
In July 2012 someone stole 494,050 pounds of nickel from Vale Canada in Manitoba. In 2013 Vale sued...

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May 25, 2017
New Construction Lien Act – Countdown to the Reveal
Within the next 7 days, Ontario will unveil significant changes to the Construction Lien Act, which...
May 25, 2017
Update on Express Entry
Since Express Entry began on January 1, 2015, it has been necessary for prospective permanent...
May 23, 2017
Eligible Bulgarians, Romanians, Brazilians May Now Travel Visa-Free to Canada
Until May 1, 2017, all citizens of Bulgaria, Romania, and Brazil were required to obtain a...
May 15, 2017
Blaneys Wins Appeal on the Duty to Defend Allegations of Fraud
In July 2012 someone stole 494,050 pounds of nickel from Vale Canada in Manitoba. In 2013 Vale sued...

Blaneys in the Media

Bob Potts sheds light on Algonquin treaty negotiations to <i>Law Times</i>
Bob Potts sheds light on Algonquin treaty negotiations to Law Times
An agreement in principle achieved between the federal and Ontario governments and the Algonquin...

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