Event Details: Virtual examinations now appear to be a permanent part of the litigation landscape. And while the convenience and cost-savings are consistently clear wins for clients, the efficacy and success of a remote examination ultimately rests with counsel. So, how do you prepare for not just the substance of the examination, but also the logistical quirks of proceeding remotely? Should …

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Legal professionals, human resources specialists, and management personnel are increasingly called upon to assist organizations in carrying out a workplace investigation. Investigations frequently involve complex and sensitive matters: allegations of discrimination or harassment (including a poisoned work environment), claims of violence, complaints of personal harassment or bullying, and other …

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Have you incorporated unbundled legal services or legal coaching into your practice yet? Attend this program and learn how doing things differently can help you do more - to improve access to justice, reduce family conflicts, enhance your career satisfaction, and grow your client base. A promising solution to the growing number of self-represented litigants in family court, unbundled legal …

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RELANS is presenting its annual Real Property focused Legal Education Conference - in-person, at the Westin Nova Scotian on Monday, December 6th, 2021. Our program includes:

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Joint ownership is frequently used in estate planning as a strategy to minimize probate fees and simplify estate administration. However, joint ownership may not be useful in all circumstances and decisions on such transfers should not be made lightly. This highly practical, 90 minute webinar with leading estates and trusts lawyer Jordan Atin will review the contexts in which joint ownership may …

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