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  • Recently Published Ottawa Decisions

    Find below recently published Ottawa decisions, available for free through CanLII.org. Family Matters Al Sabki v. Al Jajeh (2019 ONSC 6394) wife — husband — foreign divorce — jurisdiction — dowry Justice J. Audet Crockett v. Crockett (2019 ONSC 6375) spousal support — matrimonial home — ssag-ldfpae … Read more »

  • Ottawa Blog Roll: September-October 2019

    Please find below links to blog posts or articles authored by the Ottawa legal community in September and October. Civil Litigation Ontario’s Small Claims Court Raising its $$ Limits– David Plotkin, Condo Adviser Two appeal decisions spotlight plight of self-represented litigants– Robert J. De Toni, … Read more »

  • Recently Published Ottawa Decisions

    Find below recently published Ottawa decisions, available for free through CanLII.org. Family Matters A.K. c. J-Y.S. (2019 ONSC 6199) père — mère — garde — pension alimentaire — visites Juge S. Gomery Barrett v. Barrett (2019 ONSC 6197) motion — financial — spousal support — child — daughters Master … Read more »

  • A Definitive Guide for When to Gown (or Not Gown) in Ottawa

    We’re often asked about robing protocol and to be honest, we don’t know. We’re not lawyers and the entire practice around when to gown or not seems like a mystery to us! Unfortunately, it wasn’t clear for lawyers, either. Which is why we’re very excited to present our Definitive Guide for When to Go … Read more »

  • #ThrowbackThursday: Criminal Law Conference 2009

    As we approach the 2019 edition of the DCAO / CCLA Criminal Law Conference (the 31st annual!), we’re looking back today to the 2009 conference. What was a hot topic 10 years ago? A look at this year’s program can be found here. … Read more »