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  • What Are Pecuniary and Non-Pecuniary Damages?

    In a civil lawsuit, there are several types of damages that the claimant may seek. One of these is compensatory damages, and compensatory damages can be further categorized into pecuniary damages and non-pecuniary damages. The following will look at compensatory damages, define pecuniary damages and … Read more »

  • Guide on Bicycle Safety

    Riding a bike is a great way to combine daily exercise with environmental responsibility. While you get a cardiovascular workout, you are helping to reduce noise and carbon-based pollution, benefiting everyone in the community. But bicycle riding comes with a number of risks and responsibilities. Yo … Read more »

  • Sandra Zisckind Discusses the Capital One Data Breach with z103.5

    Sandra Zisckind is live on air with Scott Fox on z103.5 to discuss the capital one data breach. The post Sandra Zisckind Discusses the Capital One Data Breach with z103.5 appeared first on Diamond and Diamond Lawyers. … Read more »

  • Data Breach Sparks Action Against Capital One in Ontario

    Personal Injury Firm Diamond and Diamond represents victims in national class-action lawsuit TORONTO, August 6th, 2019- Diamond & Diamond Lawyers LLP today announced the filing of a class-action lawsuit against Capital One as a result of a data breach of sensitive and personal information. Approxima … Read more »

  • Can You Terminate an Employee on Long Term Disability?

    Technically, yes. However, if an employer does not follow very specific procedures and timelines, they could face legal liability for firing the employee. This is true because the law in Ontario gives employees on long term disability certain rights based on their status that other employees may not … Read more »