On Thursday, March 25th, 2021, Ashton College will be hosting a CPD seminar entitled “Family Class and Business Updates.” During this online event, our panel of immigration experts will discuss and reflect on the current state of Family Class and Business Immigration and recent updates to these areas of immigration law.

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University and college workplaces give rise to many of the same disputes found in other workplaces, but the resolution of such disputes is influenced by the status of universities and colleges as bastions of "academic freedom," arbiters of students' futures, and sites at which the ideas and sensibilities of new generations collide with tradition. In this session, experienced counsel will discuss …

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The CBA-NS Young Lawyers Section is pleased to present an upcoming Virtual Networking Event for young lawyers throughout Atlantic Canada to connect with each other without having to leave the safety of their own workspace.

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No time for a full day estate planning institute? No problem! Stay on top of current developments in estates, trusts, and capacity law with this convenient, 90 minute practice-oriented update! Experienced trusts and estates practitioners Gillian Fournie and Joanna Lindenberg will address key legal decisions from the past year, preview cases to watch in 2021, and discuss how COVID-19 and other …

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Registration is open until noon of the Thursday before the Online Land Registration Act training program commences. Cost for this program is $650 plus HST. Registrants have the first two weeks to review the materials and the final week to complete the assessment.

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With the 2020 tax season upon us, the move to home offices last March has many raising questions about 'WFH' (Working From Home) expenses and the potential tax implications of this new arrangement for both employers and employees.

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