The Legal Linkage – Week of June 7 – June 20, 2015

The Legal Linkage – Week of July 12 - July 18, 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:

Changes to Estate Litigation: Spouses & Separation – Published by Kushner Law Group

GETTING LEGAL: Ontario Cyclists Affected by Changes to the Highway Traffic Act – Published by Singer Kwinter

FAPI (Foreign Accrual Property Income) – Published by Barrett Tax Law

An Invitation to Apply – What Do You Sign Up For? – Published by Chaudhary Law Office

An Evolution in Cycling Law – Published by Allan Snelling LLP

Wilson v. Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd.: Is a “Without Cause” Dismissal also “Unjust”? – Published by Kent Employment Law

Stronger Workplaces for a Stronger Economy Act (Bill 18) – Published by Lancaster, Brooks & Welch LLP

The Value of a Paper Shield: Why Releases for Dismissed Employees are Worth the Effort – Published by Vey Willetts LLP

Family Dispute Involving Tom Benson – Published by Ticker Law

7 Tips for Avoiding a Contract Dispute – Published by Mullowneys Law

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