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Published: 11/20/2014
In light of recent proposed changes to the tax treatment of testamentary trusts, those planning for the future care of Canadians with severe disabilities must understand the rules for Disability Tax Credit eligibility. The tax savings and other benefits allowed for those that qualify are far too significant to be over looked. Daniel Strickland reviews the rules for applying and qualifying for the Disability Tax Credit. More
Published: 11/20/2014
Canadian mining company Nevsun Resources accused of complicity in torture, slavery, and crimes against humanity in new lawsuit. More
Published: 11/11/2014
In his latest post on Advocatedaily.com Peter Dillon explores possible reasons for some U.S. franchise brands suffering higher than average default rates under the Small Business Administration (SBA) loan program, while others thrive. More
Published: 11/3/2014
In his latest post on Advocatedaily.com, Siskinds partner Peter Dillon writes that in the court of law, communication through social media will be treated as any other form of communication or publication. More
Published: 11/3/2014
The recent termination of Jian Ghomeshi’s employment by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (the “CBC”) from popular radio program “Q” has raised a number of important moral questions about the allegations against the former host. However, the situation also raises fundamental legal questions, including whether an employer may terminate an employee based on his or her private activities. More
Published: 10/28/2014
In Ontario, class actions are a mechanism for groups of people to seek justice. In this article, Elizabeth deBoer looks at how the Consumer Protection Act plays a role in class actions and provides examples of situations where the public can use this legislation to access justice. More
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