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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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On July 15, Siskinds immigration lawyer Elena Ashford will present up-to-date information on how eligible Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada can sponsor their relatives to immigrate to Canada. Elena will also address the impact of COVID-19 on crossing the Canadian border. Date: Wednesday, July 15Time: 6 – 7 p.m.
Huffpost asked Siskinds class action lawyer Daniel Bach how the proposed Bill 161 will effect potential litigation against long-term care homes, and what that means for those looking for justice. Daniel also spoke to The Morning Show with Stafford & Supriya on Global News Radio to discuss the effect of Bill 161 on class actions. The interview can be...
The Canadian Press asked Siskinds personal injury lawyer Rasha El-Tawil about the possibility of civil jury trials being replaced by a judge in order to alleviate the backlog of cases and what effect this change will have on cases and the public’s access to justice in the future.
CBC London asked Siskinds labour and employment lawyer Elizabeth Traynor if working parents will be obligated to return to work if they can’t find childcare as the province continues to ease the restrictions that have been in place for the past 12 weeks.
Siskinds LLP labour and employment lawyer, Jennifer Costin, outlines key considerations for employers contemplating termination of an employee for cause, in relation to their off-duty conduct, in her most recent blog post. Learn more here: https://t.co/Ju6Nn9ADtb https://t.co/TIrWUFcWSJ
Many employees have grown accustomed to working from home and do not want things to change. In her blog post, Siskinds LLP labour and employment lawyer, Mary Lou Brady, shares employer considerations for bringing employees back into the office. More here: https://t.co/l532dpI9n1 https://t.co/4s62xA3q5V