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Financial Planning Tips for Lawyers

  • August 31, 2020

In a year that will go down as one of the most unpredictable years many of us have experienced, Financial Planning Month – October – is a good time to review your plan and take some practical steps to ensure you are well prepared for 2021.

Aboriginal Law, Administrative Law, Alternative Dispute Resolution and 48 more..., Air and Space Law, Insolvency Law, Business Law, Constitutional, Civil Liberties and Human Rights Law, Charity and Not-For-Profit Law, Civil Litigation, Class Actions, Competition Law, Construction and Infrastructure Law, Canadian Corporate Counsel Association - Ontario Chapter, Criminal Justice, Child and Youth Law, E-Discovery Sub-Committee, Education Law, Elder Law, Environmental Law, Family Law, Women Lawyers Forum, Franchise Law, French Speaking Lawyers, Sole, Small Firm and General Practice, Groupe Francophone, Health Law, Citizenship and Immigration Law, Insurance Law, International Law, Intellectual Prop, Judges Forum, Labour and Employment Law, Legal Prof Assistance, Law Practice Management, Maritime Law, Entertainment, Media and Communications Law, Military Law, Municipal Law, Natural Resources and Energy Law, Pensions and Benefits Law, Privacy Law, Public Sector Lawyers, Real Property Law, Sales / Commodity, Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Law, Student Forum, Taxation Law, Information Technology and Intellectual Property Law, Trusts and Estates Law, Workers' Compensation, Young Lawyers' Division

Complimentary Archived Video

Rent Relief for Small Firms: Help is Available

  • May 07, 2020

Whether you need advice on how to negotiate rent relief with your landlord, or have questions on how to access the government support programs available to small businesses for rent assistance, this program will give you the information you need.  

Aboriginal Law, Administrative Law, Alternative Dispute Resolution and 38 more..., Air and Space Law, Insolvency Law, Business Law, Constitutional, Civil Liberties and Human Rights Law, Charity and Not-For-Profit Law, Civil Litigation, Class Actions, Construction and Infrastructure Law, Canadian Corporate Counsel Association - Ontario Chapter, Criminal Justice, Child and Youth Law, Education Law, Elder Law, Environmental Law, Family Law, Franchise Law, Sole, Small Firm and General Practice, Health Law, Citizenship and Immigration Law, Insurance Law, International Law, Intellectual Prop, Labour and Employment Law, Law Practice Management, Entertainment, Media and Communications Law, Municipal Law, Natural Resources and Energy Law, Pensions and Benefits Law, Privacy Law, Public Sector Lawyers, Real Property Law, Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Law, Student Forum, Taxation Law, Information Technology and Intellectual Property Law, Trusts and Estates Law, Workers' Compensation, Young Lawyers' Division

Complimentary Archived Video

Force Majeure, Contract Cancellations and Occupier’s Liability

  • March 19, 2020

Lawyers are receiving an increasing number of inquiries related to force majeure clauses, liability of occupiers for the spread of the virus in their space, contract issues arising from cancellations and availability of insurance to cover losses.

Insurance Law, Student Forum

Complimentary Archived Video

An Introduction to FSRA With Jordan Solway

  • September 24, 2019

Join us as Jordan Solway, Executive Vice President, Legal and Enforcement, of the Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario (FSRA) talks to us about FSRA.

Insurance Law, Student Forum

Section Materials, Complimentary Archived Video

Advancing and Defending Future Care Cost Claims

  • October 04, 2018

The claim for future care costs can be one of the most significant heads of damages in a personal injury/medical negligence action.

Health Law, Insurance Law, Student Forum

Section Materials, Complimentary Archived Video

The Essentials of Loss Transfer

  • September 13, 2018

Navigating the world of loss transfer can be challenging and complicated. This discrete and specialized area of insurance law has its own rules and processes to follow.

Insurance Law, Student Forum

Section Materials, Complimentary Archived Video

The New Wave of E-Filing

  • June 11, 2018

In November 2017, electronic filing of certain documents in civil litigation matters was introduced in Ontario.

Civil Litigation, Insurance Law, Student Forum

Archived Video

Fast Out Of The Gate: An Insurance Law Primer

  • September 30, 2016

Hungry for know-how to get you up to speed? It doesn't matter whether you are on the offence or defence, Insurance Law is a niche area of practice requiring specialized knowledge and skill.

Insurance Law