The Legal Linkage – Week of January 4 – January 10, 2015

The Legal Linkage – Week of May 24 - June 6, 2015

A Collection of Inc. Members’ Blog Posts

Here is the Legal Linkage roundup of some of the many great blog posts made by our members last week:

New Year, New Regulations – Changes to the Estate Administration Tax Act – Published by Hull & Hull LLP

Canada Begins Combating Counterfeit Products with New Law – Devry Smith Frank LLP

Top 3 Things You Should Know About Passports for Children – Video – Published by Russell Alexander Collaborative Family Lawyers

Double Dipping and Spousal Support – Published by Feldstein Family Law Group

Recreational Hockey vs Criminal Charges – Published by Aitken Robertson Professional Corporation

Dental Liability in Nova Scotia – Published by Wagners

Out of Town Real Estate Transactions: Easier Than you Think – Published by Kahane Law Office

A New Twist on the “Written” Component of Wills – Published by Sweatman Law Firm

The Role of the Office of the Children’s Lawyer – Published by Hull & Hull LLP

Child Protection, Abuse, and Corporal Punishment of Children – Published by Devry Smith Frank LLP

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