The Legal Linkage – Week of November 9 – November 15, 2014

The Legal Linkage - Week of November 9 – November 15, 2014

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:

The Wrath of Khan – Published by Bandhu Law Professional Corporation

FCA Clarifies Duties of Canadian Human Rights Commission to Investigate Complaints – Published by Raven Law

LSUC Researching a More Diverse Law Profession – Published by Suzanne Deliscar Lawyer Linguist

Procedural Fairness in the Academic Context – Published by Pinto Wray James LLP

Insurance Companies Slapped with Millions in Punitive Damages for Withholding Benefits – Devry Smith Frank LLP

Interim Child Support and Income Derived Through Dividends – Published by Feldstein Family Law Group

Lata v. Rush – Quantifying Quantum Meruit Claims – Published by Sweatman Law Firm

Top 5 (or so) Little-Known Facts About the Family Responsibility Office – Published by Russell Alexander Collaborative Family Lawyers

Nova Scotia on the Brink of Making a Bold Move to Increase Rates of Organ Donation – Published by Hull & Hull LLP

Stop the Polygamy!? – Published by Chaudhary Law Office

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