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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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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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When is a Nightclub Liable for its Employee’s Force?

Everyone knows a guy that has gotten too drunk and started to become rowdy, often, it is that guy (or girl) who is kicked out from the bar…by the bouncer. Club security often act like they are above the law,...
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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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Update on the Gatineau Case

Two of our clients performed exceptionally well at this court-martial. Our trial preparation made a huge difference. All the charges related to their assaults resulted in convictions, which is a huge success for our clients. The particular lawyer that represented...
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All you Need to Know on Islamaphobia in Canada and Motion 103

With Islamaphobia being a constant theme in the news it’s important to educate yourself with what parliament is doing about it here in Canada…especially after the Montreal shooting. This article provides all you need to know about Motion 103 and...
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Update: Link on Police Apology and Outlets for Survivors of Sexual Assault

I am someone who unfortunately can say that many of my female clients have been failed by our criminal legal system. It is important for survivors of sexual assault to understand all their options. There are other means to receiving...
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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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New Laws that Came into Effect on January 1, 2017

Don’t Start the New Year in the dark… Be in the know by reading this list of new laws that came into effect on Jan. 1, 2017. The new laws include: Door-to-Door Energy sales, impaired driving, and police carding http://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/new-laws-in-2017-everything-you-need-to-know-1.3203410...
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