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Archives : 2017

Digest of the Week | Failure to Pay Interim Support

Husband’s action in failing to pay interim child and spousal support and in not pursuing or perfecting appeal on timely basis disentitled him from continuing with appeal

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Enhanced Text and Annotations Library

The enhanced Text and Annotations Library is coming soon in September on WestlawNext Canada.

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Law Firm Profitability Insights: Profitability from Efficiency

Efficiency is the area where your firm can do the most to boost profitability and provide what clients are seeking.

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Emerging Issues Bulletin #5 | Drug Offences In Canada

This edition of the Emerging Issues Bulletin discusses the issue of cannabis in the workplace

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Digest of the Week | Applicant Sought Sole Custody of Remains

Widow sought to be granted sole custody of deceased’s remains

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Sample Estates and Trusts Legal Memo | Void for vagueness

Can a clause in a will be void for vagueness or uncertainty? View sample legal memo.

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What’s Market: Legal Trends in Canadian M&A Transactions (2017 Report)

Learn about market practices and trends in Canadian private M&A transactions. View white paper for full survey findings.

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Digest of the Week | Incapacity and Guardianship

Mother, age 90, suffered from Alzheimer’s disease -- Her four children could not agree on her care -- M and A applied for declaration of mother’s incapacity and their appointment as guardians of her personal care and property

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Sample Family Legal Memo | Ordinarily Resident

How is the term “ordinarily resident” interpreted with respect to the Divorce Act?

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Police Powers | Exigent Circumstances

Concern for officer safety constituted exigent circumstances resulting in delay in providing access to counsel

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Milligan's Criminal Law Advisor | Cash Bail

Supreme Court of Canada confirms that a recognizance has the same coercive effect as cash bail

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Digest of the Week | Intestate Succession

Although unusual, it was possible for person who dies without will to leave behind two or even more persons who might qualify as "spouse" under WESA for purposes of intestate estate distribution

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