The Legal Linkage – Week of April 20 – 26, 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:

Is $50,000 in General Damages Enough to Compensate an Employee Treated as a “Virtual Slave”? – Published by MacLeod Law Firm

Estate Dispute of the Heirs of Martin Luther King Jr. – Published by Ticker Law’s “The Sibling Fight”

A Sad Day for Ontario Drivers – Published by Singer Kwinter

CBSA to Consider Unassessed Risk Before Removing Individuals from Canada – Published by Gerami Law PC

Using the Appraisal Process to Resolve an Insurance Claim – Published by Mercer Law

Navigating an Insurance Recovery Claim – Published by Mullowneys Law

CertainTeed Fiber Cement Weatherboard Siding Lawsuit – Published by Wagners

Interrupted Studies in Canada – Will a 3 Year Post Graduation Work Permit be Issued? – Published by Chaudhary Law

Challenging a Will in BC: Moral Obligations Threshold Test – Published by Kushner Law Group

Dale Barrett was Quoted in Yahoo Finance’s Article “Can the CRA Use Your Social Media Accounts Against You?” – Published by Barrett Tax Law

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Natalie brings a passion to the business that ensures the entire team strives to improve the service for both lawyers and the general public. To that end, she is committed to ongoing communication with our members and welcomes and relies on clients’ input to continually evolve the service to make it better for all.

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