The Law of Defamation: A Primer

Judge Thomas S. Woods and Marko Vesely

The Honourable Judge Thomas S. Woods and Marko Vesely provide a brief overview of the Canadian law of defamation.

 
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Practical Issues to Consider When Beginning or Changing a Clinic Facility Arrangement

Kelly D. Hamborg

Kelly Hamborg of BrownWinick shares his advice on beginning or changing a healthcare office facility arrangement.

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A Senior Partner's 10 Tips for Volunteering for Young Attorneys

Reid L. Phillips

"Volunteering can be the some of the most satisfying work, if it's approached correctly."

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Legal Lessons from Starbucks' Race Together Campaign

Edward F. Harold

"While the conversation about the Starbucks “Race Together” campaign will likely die down, employers can continue to expect the occasional need to address misunderstandings and comments as long as the outside world is focused on these issues."

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Electronic Devices At School: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

Theresa M. Gallion and Brent Cossrow

It may seem like an easy task to manage the usage of electronic devices of employees of educational institutions, but that is not always the case.

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How to Avoid Unwanted Oral "Settlement"

Richard H. Epstein, Esq.

Not all states require written dispute settlements, which can cause confusion for those not familiar with this process. Follow these simple steps to avoid unwanted oral settlement.

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Protecting Intellectual Property in an Age of Cybertheft

Gus P. Coldebella

Tips for safeguarding your digital assets from a cyberattack.

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Lessons from Deflategate: 5 Ways to Avoid Workplace Investigation Fumbles

Patti C. Perez and Michael Clarkson

'Deflategate' raises issues not only about the sports world, but also about human resources and employment law investigations.

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How to be a good negotiator - two litigators speak out

Keith Bethlehem and Antony Riordan

Keith Bethlehem and Antony Riordan of Colin, Biggers & Paisley describe what they think makes a good negotiator.

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Cellphone, Text, and Email Policies

Rebecca S. Webber

Add cell phone, text, and email policies if they don't already exist in your company's personnel policies.

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Understanding a Motor Vehicle Insurance Policy

W. Coleman Allen, Jr.

Can You Tell What Benefits You Are Entitled to Just by Reading the Policy Yourself?

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How You Benefit From a Collaborative Divorce and Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Collaborative Lawyer

Jason N. Sposeep

While collaborative law continues to grow in appeal, it is imperative that you evaluate whether the facts of your specific situation and/or the personality of you and your spouse are amenable to this process.

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Three Rules for Employers: Document, Document, Document

Rebecca S. Webber

Documentation can determine whether an employer wins or loses a case.

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Virtual Crossroads

Maggie Burch

Regulating government bodies play catch-up with e-currency technologies.

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The "Uber" Rise of Peer-to-Peer Sharing

Daniel Daniele

Navigating the complex system of regulatory law, data privacy measures, and employment classification restrictions can be a heavy burden for a new business. A great way to avoid future litigation hassle is to get educated on the particulars of peer-to-peer sharing and the on-demand economy: Is your workforce really independent?

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