One of uLaw’s most recent users had previously been laid off from a job he’d been working at off Bay Street for a couple of years.
It doesn't matter who you are or from which segment of society you're from: when it comes to telephones and phone calls, Ontarians are paying sky-high prices in comparison to the rest of the world.
The only guarantees in life, they say, are death and taxes. While this might be true for the barristers and solicitors of the world as well, lawyers have another guarantee to expect to endure during their long careers of handling other people's money--getting audited.
Lawyers in Ontario and other jurisdictions across Canada can expect to get audited once every few years despite submitting annual self-reported data about the financial and practical management of their firms.
A disbarred former lawyer who was involved in a massive fraud operation several years ago is appealing a judge's decision to send him to prison for seven years.
A Toronto paralegal is getting punished by the Law Society after failing to co-operate with a lengthy investigation into the dubious nature of "Parking Ticket Guys", a fly-by-night operation predicated on false promises.
A controversial motion to disqualify most adjudicators as benchers to prevent conflicts of interest at the Law Society of Ontario has been dropped at an annual general meeting earlier this month.
Our primary business objective is to deliver fantastic bookkeeping and legal accounting results to lawyers, we also spend a considerable amount of resources educating practitioners so they can maintain a competitive among among others in the profession. After all, without clients we'd also be unable to provide our services to lawyers, as Canada's only legal accounting and practice management software on the market.
A Richmond Hill paralegal is being ordered to pay $175,000 to the Law Society of Ontario for knowingly exaggerating documents to deceive insurance companies.
When the time comes for a lawyer’s firm to be audited, it’s almost always a good idea to have the peace of mind knowing that practice management software is ready to provide the type of thorough, complete, and timely results that an auditor is expecting to see.