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  • LawFact of the Day: Employment LawMarch 28, 2017

    Here is your daily LawFact from Wise Law for Tuesday March 28, 2017. Today we are talking about Employment Law.“My ex-employer just gave me a severance proposal, but I was only given 3 days to respond. Is that legal?” The law does not address this question. As a courtesy, you or your lawyer should a … Read more »

  • Top 10 Legal Headlines for the week of March 27, 2017March 27, 2017

    Here are our Top 10 legal headlines for the week of March 27, 2017 from @wiselaw on Twitter.For more information on employment law, family law, and wills, estates and estates litigation, visit our website at www.wiselaw.net.- Garry J. Wise, TorontoVisit our Toronto Law Office website: www.wiselaw.ne … Read more »

  • 140Law: Legal Headlines for the week of March 27, 2017March 27, 2017

    Here are our leading legal headlines for the week of March 27, 2017 from Wise Law on Twitter: Council flip-flop on Scarborough subway wreaked havoc on Metrolinx order, claims BombardierGoogle vows to fight search warrant seeking the names of everyone who Googled crime victimU.S. Supreme Court nomine … Read more »

  • The Lawyer's Weekly: Social Media Postings Creating a Litigation 'Gold Mine'March 24, 2017

    BY SIMRAN BAKSHI, ASSOCIATE LAWYERI was recently interviewed by Lawyer’s Weekly correspondent Kim Arnott regarding the impact that social media can have in family law litigation.Given the nature of issues presented in family law, it is really not all that surprising to see social media increasingly … Read more »

  • LawFact of the Day: Wills and EstatesMarch 23, 2017

    Here is your daily LawFact from Wise Law Toronto for Thursday March 23, 2017.Today we are talking about Wills and Estates.Ontario strictly requires that a Will be signed by the person making the will and be witnessed by two people who are not beneficiaries. If these formal requirements are not met, … Read more »