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- 2019 Ottawa Condominium Conference – 3 Directors for the Price of 2
As we enter that special Canadian time of year where we keep getting teased with Spring weather, that can only mean one thing: the annual CCI-EO/ACMO Conference in Ottawa is around the corner! This year, the conference is being held on May 11, 2019. Like last year, the conference is taking place on … Read more »
- Lexology Legal Influencer Award
Lexology has recently announced its Content Marketing Awards. We’re delighted to announce that our own Rod Escayola was recognized as a Legal Influencer and Gowling WLG, as a Thought Leader for the first quarter of 2019. Gowling WLG has received this recognition for the last three consecutive quarte … Read more »
- When Neighbourly Disputes Get Out of hands
I was recently asked by CBC to comment on a war-of-the-roses type of dispute between neighbours. This non-condo court case playing out of Kingston involved two former neighbours who were suing each other for damages. It all started when, after a confrontation between the two neighbours, one of them … Read more »
- Do Police Need a Warrant to Investigate on Common Elements (Part I)
The Toronto Star recently covered an interesting story involving Toronto police having installed a covert camera in the hallway of a condo corporation to assist in their investigation. They did so without a warrant but with the board’s permission. This piece raised privacy concerns, which lead us t … Read more »
- Must Condos Making Renovations Implement Accessibility Measures?
Staying on top of accessibility issues can be a challenging task. There are many factors to juggle and many important rights to balance against one another. On top of all of this are the obvious financial and logistical concerns that can accompany making a building accessible. One worry that some c … Read more »
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