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Legal Considerations for Starting a New Business

Business Lawyer | May 23, 2024 | Written by Peter Stauffer

Embarking on the journey of starting a new business is an exciting endeavour filled with potential for growth and success; however, amidst the enthusiasm of bringing your vision to life,...

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Assessing Mental Capacity in Estate Planning

Estates & Trusts | April 30, 2024 | Written by Natasha Nair

Estate planning involves making important decisions regarding the distribution of assets and affairs after one’s passing. Central to this process is the assessment of mental capacity, ensuring individuals have the...

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The Importance of Harassment Training in Business

Employment Law | April 25, 2024 | Written by Natasha Nair

In the modern workplace landscape, fostering an environment characterized by respect, dignity, and inclusivity is paramount. Harassment training stands as a cornerstone in achieving this goal. By imparting essential knowledge...

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Employer Requirements for Visa Sponsorship

Employment Law | April 23, 2024 | Written by Natasha Nair

Visa sponsorship is a common avenue for employers looking to bring in foreign workers to fill specialized roles or address skill shortages; however, navigating the process of sponsoring visas for...

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Legal Implications for Corporate Restructuring

Business Lawyer | April 22, 2024 | Written by Peter Stauffer

In the ever-evolving realm of business, corporate restructuring has become a strategic necessity for companies seeking to adapt to market changes, enhance efficiency, or pursue growth opportunities. Whether it is...

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Considerations for Employers in the Recruitment Process

Employment Law | April 4, 2024 | Written by Natasha Nair

The recruitment landscape is fraught with legal nuances, from adhering to the Employment Standards Act to respecting privacy and human rights laws. At Linley Welwood, our team of employment lawyers...

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Employment Law – Wrongful Dismissal – Mitigating Damages

Employment Law | April 2, 2024

Written by Arman Sabet Rasekh Mitigation is an essential component in wrongful dismissal cases. A dismissed employee has a legal duty at common law to take reasonable steps to avoid...

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Key Considerations for Drafting Corporate Agreements

Business Lawyer | March 28, 2024 | Written by Peter Stauffer

Corporate and commercial agreements serve as vital legal documents governing relationships and transactions between businesses, shareholders, partners, and other stakeholders. Drafting these agreements requires careful consideration of various factors to...

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Legal Considerations for Remote Work

Employment Law | March 20, 2024 | Written by Natasha Nair

With the rapid evolution of technology and the shifting landscape of the modern workplace, remote work has become increasingly prevalent across industries. While this arrangement offers flexibility and convenience for...

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Providing for Financially Disadvantaged Spouses and Children

Family Lawyer | February 28, 2024 | Written by Crystal Arbour

In family law, ensuring the financial well-being of all parties involved is of paramount importance. This includes providing support for financially disadvantaged spouses and children, particularly in cases of separation...

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