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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 Thursday, February 25, Siskinds labour and employment law partners Beth Traynor and Jennifer Costin will host a virtual training session to sharpen the skills of internal investigators. In this HRPA accredited workshop, these two experienced investigators will review the steps in a workplace investigation, identify new considerations for conducting one virtually, and provide hands-on...
On Wednesday, February 10, Siskinds business law lawyer, Michael Weinberger, presented at Direct Sellers Association’s Legal and Regulatory Virtual Seminar. Michael provide insight related to direct selling, including income disclosure requirements and managing distributor compliance. Date: Wednesday, February 10, 2021Time: 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
On Thursday, February 25, Siskinds Wills and estates lawyer, Laura Geddes, will host a free one-hour information session to discuss the basic elements of estate planning. During this webinar, Laura will explain how to plan for assets located in other countries, and how to avoid common pitfalls in choosing an estate trustee/substitute decision maker. Date:...
On Wednesday, February 10, the Ontario Bar Association will be hosting a CPD accredited webinar to discuss class actions brought under the Securities Act. Join Siskinds class actions lawyer, Michael Robb, as he and other field experts discuss materiality under Part XXIII.1 of the Securities Act, the public correction elements of the test as well as...
At what point is a request for personal information deemed excessive? @SiskindsLLP's business law lawyer, Savvas Daginis, reviews the law involving information requests and key considerations for businesses in his blog post. Learn more today: https://t.co/WsNTtFINiX https://t.co/fWOKXjfpnc