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  • Halifax Police Announce Voluntary Surrender DayOctober 18, 2017

    Do you have any outstanding warrant? Many people have warrants issued for their arrest because they failed to attend court for one reason or another. At this time the Judge will issue what is often called a “bench warrant.” This authorizes the police to arrest you and bring you before a Judge. Why w … Read more »

  • When Your Insurance Company Asks for a “Second Opinion”October 16, 2017

    In addition to the public health care system, Nova Scotians often have the additional benefit of coverage for private services if they have private health insurance or are injured under certain circumstances.  Circumstances that can lead to private coverage from an automobile insurer include collisi … Read more »

  • Who Owns the Copyright in Your Tattoo?October 3, 2017

    Tattoos have existed for over 5,000 years and are becoming more popular than ever. Few people may realize though, that they do not own the copyright to the beautiful artwork inked forever into their skin. The video game case Last year, Solid Oaks Sketches, LLC, the licensee of several famous tattoo … Read more »

  • Well Water Testing When Buying a HomeSeptember 20, 2017

    If you’ve decided to buy a home that is not on municipal water services it is important to know how this affects the home purchase process and ongoing home ownership.  If you are financing your purchase with a mortgage, your realtor and your lawyer will let you know you must have a water test comple … Read more »

  • Copyright Law: Should Canada Adopt Photoshop Disclaimers?September 7, 2017

    This fall the Federal government will undertake a mandated review of the Copyright Act.  The statute has a provision that requires it be reviewed every five years to keep up with technological advances in the digital world and to address emerging intellectual property issues.  There is potential for … Read more »