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New Privacy Tort – When Private Images Are No Longer Private

With the advancements in technology, and the debilitating addiction to electronic devices plaguing most, the law has had to develop new causes of action to respond to the often...

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Subrogated Claims

Subrogated Claims

At its most basic, subrogation is the right to reimbursement. In personal injury matters, subrogation is the mechanism by which you – the injured person – advance claims on...

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Hiring A Personal Injury Lawyer

The Things That Do and Do Not Matter When Hiring A Personal Injury Lawyer

If you are in the market for a personal injury lawyer, something bad has happened. An accident has left you or someone you care about injured and in need...

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Elizabeth Grace Emerging Leaders Award

Nominations Open for 2017 Elizabeth Grace Emerging Leaders Award

Lerners LLP and the Women’s Law Association of Ontario (WLAO) are now accepting nominations for the 2017 Elizabeth Grace Emerging Leaders Award. The award was established in 2015 to...

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Dooring: Cycling on Toronto streets

Dooring: This Cyclist’s Biggest Fear

It is March 14th, 2017, and I am looking out my office window at the second of two blustery winter days. The roads are slick and treacherous. I have...

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Why Canada needs more female judges

Why Canada needs more female judges

Sexual Assault and Abuse lawyer, Gillian Hnatiw had her opinion piece feature on Chatelaine. Gillian offers one simple solution to help survivors in court: appoint more women to the bench. Read her...

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CPP Disability Benefit and Child-Rearing - Lerners LLP

CPP Disability Benefit and Child-Rearing

When you suffer a serious injury or develop an illness or disease that prevents you from working, there can be many different places that you turn to for benefits...

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Elder Neglect Nuring Homes

Elder Neglect and Wrongful Deaths in Nursing Homes

It is the nightmare of an adult daughter or son to learn that their mom or dad has not received the care they expected while being a resident of...

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Canada - International Women's Day

Oh! Canada…

As an individual, I have always considered myself to be very lucky to live in Canada. Given what occurs in many other countries in the world, Canada is recognized...

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Bill Simpson Lerners LLP

Bill Simpson Would Definitely Be a Journalist for the New York Times

Bill Simpson – The personal injury lawyer and partner answers some rapid-fire questions… If I weren’t a lawyer, I’d be: A journalist for the New York Times. Best career...

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