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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

What to Do If Your Workers Comp Claim Is Denied
There are many reasons a workers compensation claim may be denied. Here are practical steps you can take to protect your right to compensation.
Visa Bulletin for July 2018
On June 11, 2018, the U.S. Department of State (DOS) released the Immigrant Visa Bulletin for July 2018. The July Visa Bulletin contains final action dates and dates for filing for both the family-sponsored and employment-based immigrant visa preference categories for the month.
TIMESHARE SCAMS -HOW THEY DO IT-
Learn more about how to get rid of your timeshare!
Sham Layoffs: Are You Leaving Money on The Table?
Job stability is a concern for all employees. In recent months, we have observed shifting political leadership in Ontario as well as dramatic changes in the relationship with our biggest trading partner, the United States.
Age Discrimination: Cutting off Benefits at 65
When the new millennium arrived, the Ontario government was put on notice, like many others across the western world. A massive demographic shift was about to affect workplaces. Baby Boomers were approaching retirement.
Getting Fired While Pregnant
Nothing can be more distressing for a woman than getting fired while pregnant. While most women can comfortably work through their pregnancy, they face unique challenges. For the next few months, they must remain healthy as well as productive on the job.
Misclassifying Contract Workers
When Bill 148, Ontario’s Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act, 2017 became law in January 2018, reforms to our employment laws were long overdue.
Disability Benefits: No Peace in Peace of Mind Contracts
Many employers offer Short and Long-Term Disability Insurance benefits as enhancements to remuneration packages. These valuable extra perks, often used as carrots, allow them to attract the best candidates and retain valued employees.
OPLA New York Creates Receptionist Email Box
The New York City Office of Principal Legal Advisor (OPLA) of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) sent an email to those on its mailing list that I will pass along. The information will be of note to immigration attorneys with questions and inquiries for OPLA New York.
TIMESHARE CANCELLATION -THE NECESSITY OF HIRING AN ATTORNEY-
Learn more about timehsare cancellation attorneys!
What Is The Cost of a Properly Drafted Will?
How much do you stand to save by preparing a will based on a will kit, or with a notary as compared to a wills and estates lawyer? It is true that there are likely savings to be found and you stand to save even more if you don’t even prepare a will (around half of us don’t have wills anyway).
What Is A Testamentary Trust?
You can spend your entire life building an estate. Naturally, you may find yourself wondering what might happen to the wealth you have built and who should inherit it once you’ve passed away.
Strata Bylaws – What Is A “Small Dog”?
A recent North Vancouver strata owner took the Strata Corporation to the Civil Resolution and won. He now is allowed to keep his golden retriever dog. He successfully argued the bylaw that restricted “small dog” was too vague and therefore is an unenforceable bylaw.
Can you Provide Working Notice of Termination to an Employee on Disability Leave?
In McLeod v. Frontier Sales, 2018 ONSC 1866, the Divisional Court of Ontario dismissed the appeal by an employer who provided working notice to an employee on disability leave and in turn, sought to reduce the amount of reasonable notice that it was required to provide.
Earned Bonuses are Payable on Termination
In a recent case out of Ontario, Chambers v. Global Traffic Technologies Canada Inc., 2018 ONSC 2000, the court maintained that bonuses earned by an employee prior to termination or during the reasonable notice period are, in fact, payable to the employee despite their being terminated...
Why Retain a Timeshare Attorney, When My Rights Are Protected by Regulatory Agencies?
Learn more about why its important to hire a timeshare cancellation attorney!
Timeshare Transfer/ Cancellation Companies – Be Cautious!
Learn more about timeshare cancellation attorney!
Timeshare Woes Continue to Expand
Learn more about getting rid of your timeshare!
Termination of Employment While on Workers Compensation
Although businesses in Missouri that employ more than five workers are required to carry workers’ compensation coverage, many employees hesitate to make a claim for fear their employment will be terminated.