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How To Protect Yourself on Vacation

This is not necessarily a law article as much as it is a common sense article, However, sharing my experiences from a life spent in the security and legal field could be helpful to some readers. So here are my...
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What To Do If You Get Into An Accident On Vacation

When it comes to going on vacation you are focused on the joy to come with your loved ones.  At Millars we try to forearm you with useful information that protects against unexpected legal issues and risks. Most people drive...
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CTV News Update On the Former Fire Chiefs New Trial

Millars Law is Making Headlines Once Again! The former Sarnia Fire Chief re-appeared in court yesterday alongside Phillip Millar. During this session, Phillip Millar asked Justice Bruce Thomas to hold Patrick Cayen’s new trial before a new judge and jury...
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Should I Blow? A Lawyers Insight to Roadside Screenings

Should I blow? Is an Important Question to Ask Yourself If You Find Yourself In Trouble After finding out how many impaired cases I have been involved in, formerly as a prosecutor and now as a defense lawyer, I am...
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The 5 Most Common Lawsuits Cottage Owners and Hosts Face

Anyone who owns or rents a cottage should know the following legal risks associated with cottage life. As a homeowner, it is important for you to be informed of potential liabilities when you are inviting guests into your home. An...
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How Small Claims Court Can Boost Your Business

Knowing These 5 Things About Small Claims Court Can Save Your Business Thousands 1. If You are Successful it Won’t Cost You… The Courts of Justice Act provides claimants with protection from costs associated with protecting their interests. Claimants are...
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Female Veterans Under Serviced by Veterans Affairs

Society celebrates the warrior injured in battle and the entire Veteran system is male focused and geared towards addressing injuries caused by factors externals to the CAFG. Often lost in the dialogue are female veterans whose plight is overshadowed by...
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5 Things YOU need to know about the New Laws on Cellphone Contracts

As of Wednesday, Canadian consumer’s cell phone contract obligations have changed. The biggest change affects those locked into 3-year wireless agreements. CRTC’s first crack at a wireless code went into effect in late 2013. That agreement mostly applies to new...
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Don’t Be Fooled by Misleading Legal Billboards

You would think that honesty is important when it comes to hiring a lawyer. I at least do. This is why it confuses me when I see the recent rash of misleading billboard advertising that is all over London and...
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Why Merging Early Doesn’t Make You a Good Person

You know that guy, the guy that everybody hates, the one guy that waits until the last minute to merge in a construction zone. We come across this moment too often, especially with the construction detours that feel like they...
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