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At Siskinds, each of our lawyers focuses on a specific area of law. We can provide you with the information, facts or quotes you need to help you cover virtually any topic related to the law. At times, interviews can be arranged at short-notice as we understand that your timelines can be immediate and firm.
The quickest way to reach the right lawyer for your story, is to contact one of the marketing team members listed below. To view previous media appearances of our lawyers and our firm, also listed below are recent instances in which we’ve been in the news, participated in a speaking engagement, or issued a media release.
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Siskinds LLP class actions partner, Linda Visser, was featured on CTV’s national morning show, Your Morning, speaking with co-anchor Lindsey Deluce about the recently settled Optical Disc Drive class action lawsuit. Linda discusses the price-fixing allegations made against the involved electronics manufacturers and explains eligibility and the process of how to file a claim. Watch...
Siskinds LLP family law lawyer, Jessica Bonnema, was recently featured on the Good Morning Hamilton podcast with host Rick Zamperin, discussing the importance of a well-drafted Cohabitation Agreement and the factors considered when determining who will keep the family pet. Listen to the podcast feature at https://bit.ly/3bzrQ4T
Siskinds LLP family law lawyer, Jessica Bonnema, was recently quoted in an article by CBC News regarding the large spike in the number of pet custody cases over the past 18 months, and the evolution of pet ownership case law in Ontario. Who gets Fluffy? Lawyers see spike in pet custody cases as couples split...
Last night, Siskinds LLP real estate law specialist, Matthew Wilson, was interviewed by CTV News reporter Gerry Dewan regarding the cooling housing market affecting the appraisal of properties, providing guidance, and highlighting the consequences for buyers seeking to break a purchasing contract to escape unexpected debt. View the CTV News feature at https://bit.ly/3badkAw
Do you ever feel like you’re cutting it close when passing a cyclist? The law requires drivers to leave a meter of space between their car and a cyclist when passing. If something should happen to a cyclist while you’re passing them you will be at fault. Stay safe this summer. https://t.co/opLMSFbZEp