As part of its ongoing Spot Light series on Canadian lawyers, uLaw recently sat down with Alison Scott, a lawyer and litigator based in Alberta.
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The marijuana industry in Canada is growing in more ways than one. And for lawyers, a whole new area of specialization is budding.
Ontario Regulators are now considering whether to alter the restrictions placed on real estate lawyers who obtain kickbacks and other perks from title insurers.
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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.
An Ontario lawyer is $13,000 richer because a few lines of code were changed inside his accounting software.
Litigation requires research and time. Addressing the matter at hand requires essential documents from the parties involved to represent the case in front of the court. Appropriate filing of documents with the court for proceeding with the matter is of utmost importance.