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  • Free CPD: Managing the Second Wave: Mental Health, Resilience and Resources

    LAWPRO invites you to its next free CPD event, presented with the Toronto Lawyers Association: Managing the Second Wave: Mental Health, Resilience and Resources Date: Feb 5th, 9:30 AM to 11AM Speakers: Teresa Donnelly, Treasurer (President), Law Society of Ontario Doron Gold, Staff Clinician and Pre … Read more »

  • Tips to Prepare for the New Rule Changes

    On January 1, 2021, significant changes to the Rules of Civil Procedure come into force. While you should review the amendments carefully, this article (download as a PDF) include some key practical tips and an overview of the major changes. Key Practice Tips You can now serve documents by email. Co … Read more »

  • New LAWPRO Webzine: Limitation period updates, free CPD, and fraud alert

    Looking for last minute CPD? We’ve got you covered with complimentary CPD programs, several of which offer professionalism or EDI hours. They also qualify for the LAWPRO Risk Management Credit. How to deal with limitation periods that were suspended during the pandemic From calls we have received fr … Read more »

  • Real estate purchase scam using the name Hannah Reinhardt

    Two Ontario firms have notified us that they received an email from the purported Hannah Reinhardt looking to retain them with regards to representing them on a real estate transaction. In many real estate bad cheque scams the fraudster pretends interest in a property and sends a certified cheque or … Read more »

  • Teraview improvements

    The Director of Titles, Jeff Lem, has advised that Teraview was updated in two significant ways as of December 7, 2020. 1. French language documents may now be registered everywhere in the province via Teraview. Although some jurisdictions previously had this ability, this feature now applies to all … Read more »