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Beware: Fake Virus Frauds

  Recently my eldest daughter left to university with a new MacBook that I had purchased for her. Soon after, she received a notice that her apple security had been violated. All of the notifications appeared to be from Apple,...
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Rona Ambrose Proposes Bill for Sexual Assault Training for Judges

Rona Ambrose, the interim Conservative leader has put forward a bill that will close the gap between survivors of sexual assault and judges. She proposes that it will be mandatory for judges to have sexual assault law training…This would be...
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Update on the Gatineau case: Man Convicted of Sexual Assault

Phillips clients are pleased that this man was convicted on charges relating to their assault. Read the article below that explains the summary judgment on the man convicted based on sexually assaulting a slew of military woman. This man was charged...
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‘They’re Going to Shoot You’

  Melissa Faccolio was common law wife to Samuel Maloney. On December 23rd 2016, Maloney was killed in a police shooting in their home on Duchess Ave. Maloney was also a client of Millars Law and was on the phone with...
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$36,905.40 – The Current Amount that is Set for Motor Vehicle Accidents in Ontario

Currently, in Ontario, the insurance deductible for pain and suffering that is experienced from a Motor Vehicle Accident is set at $36,905.40. Call us today to learn more about deductibles and ways to be compensated from a car accident.  519-657-1LAW...
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Chevron Case – Corporate Separateness Explained

An interesting and fairly simple case to grasp for those who are interested in learning about Canadian corporate law. This $9.5 billion dollar Chevron case was granted summary judgment based on bedrock Canadian Law principle called ‘corporate separateness’ Chevron case...
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Knowing your Rights: Filming Police in Canada

It’s important to know your rights. In fact, we encourage our clients and their loved ones to know their rights, because you never know when things could go astray. Linked below is a Huffington post that explains that you can film...
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