uLawPractice Blog

Toronto Paralegal dodges investigators, gets suspended & fined

Posted by uLaw Editorial Team on Apr 18, 2018 8:04:29 AM

An uncooperative Toronto paralegal with a past history of misconduct is being slapped with a fine and a suspension for avoiding regulatory agents who want to see her practice management and legal accounting records.

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Topics: non-compliance, Law Society of Ontario, suspension, paralegal ontario

April 20 Webinar: unsung heroes, diving deep into uLaw

Posted by uLaw Editorial Team on Apr 17, 2018 8:01:00 AM

This week's webinar that we're hosting on Friday will be covering the four key components--tools, really--that allow uLaw users to surround the entirety of a legal matter so it can be processed within the system in an adequate manner.

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Ottawa lawyer disbarred after $2.5 million goes missing

Posted by uLaw Editorial Team on Apr 16, 2018 8:07:00 AM

A longtime Ottawa lawyer who is potentially suffering from Alzheimer's or dementia is disbarred after apparently losing track of $2.5 million entrusted to him over the course of several years.

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How uLaw helps Ottawa lawyer Michael Kushnir

Posted by Sam Cooley on Apr 13, 2018 8:37:00 AM

Michael Kushnir is an Ottawa-based lawyer and mediator who works in both Quebec and Ontario. Because of the unique regulatory requirements laid out by law societies in each jurisdiction, Kushir makes use of uLawPractice's legal accounting and bookkeeping software to stay on top of his obligations to regulators.

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What is Bx, Cx, Ux, and Px? (CPD webinar)

Posted by uLaw Editorial Team on Apr 13, 2018 8:00:00 AM

Just because it's Friday the 13th doesn't mean Ontario lawyers can't benefit from an hour of CPD credits before the weekend begins. 

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Topics: Law Society of Ontario, Continuous Professional Development

Legal Aid Ontario begins collecting race-based data

Posted by uLaw Editorial Team on Apr 9, 2018 5:10:16 PM

In a bid to improve its services to low-income individuals and families across the province, the colour of your skin and ethnic origin are now identifying features being captured by Legal Aid Ontario.

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Legal accounting was meant for the web

Posted by uLaw Editorial Team on Apr 6, 2018 1:01:53 PM

Not all forms of software were created equally, and for about a decade it has become increasingly clear that computer usage in general is moving almost exclusively into the realm of the Internet.

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Provincial Liberals write $7.3 million cheque for Legal Aid Ontario

Posted by uLaw Editorial Team on Apr 6, 2018 12:11:27 PM

On the heels of an upcoming provincial election, the Ontario Liberals are shelling out increased funding to the province's legal aid clinics to help low-income families.

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Week of April 6 webinar: 65 tasks automated with uLaw

Posted by uLaw Editorial Team on Apr 4, 2018 5:52:40 PM

A modern-era legal firm, especially if it's small, has to operate with minimal overhead in order to remain competitive.

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Family lawyer Sina Hariri says uLaw works as 'backbone' of his firm

Posted by Admin 2 on Apr 4, 2018 10:32:40 AM

 

Sina Hariri is a family lawyer and mediator who practices in Mississauga and Toronto.

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