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Michael Cochrane recently appeared as panelist on BNN Bloomberg's The Divorce Show. The video can be seen in the following three links. Preparing for the worst Hitting reset on a financial plan The new reality of social media

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Steven Weisz, Caitlin Fell, Alex Don authored an article, "Transferring Assets in a Receivership in Canada? Is It Vested or Not?" for Thought Leadership From Our Experts, Expert Guides. Read more

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Steven Weisz, Caitlin Fell, and Alex Don authored a publication "Insolvency 2019" found in Chambers and Partners. Read more

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Bond Grads On a Mission Meet two Canadians who went to law school in Australia — and now work hard every day to help their clients access justice. Read more.

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Advocates Society: Leslie Dizgun Co-chair, Advanced Mediation Advocacy Workshop

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Employment Law Skills Program Mr. Dizgun was asked by the Advocates Society to chair its first ever Employment Law Skills Workshop, in September 2018. Mr. Dizgun is a respected employment law lawyer often consulted by his peers on complex cases.

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Precedent set for lawyers representing fraud victims The Divisional Court has granted what lawyers say is the first appeal in Ontario that did not provide notice to a defendant. Read more.

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Best Lawyers in Canada 2019: Steven Weisz and Michael Lacy Best Lawyers named partners Steven Weisz and Michael Lacy "The Best Lawyers in Canada". Lawyers named to The Best Lawyers in Canada were recognized by their peers in the legal industry for their professional excellence.

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'A clear win': Is ex-girlfriend in $6M Chatham lottery fight closer to cash after court ruling? A prominent lawyer says Chatham’s $6-million lottery winner and his ex-girlfriend, who have been battling over splitting the jackpot for a year, should “get down to the evidence.” Read more.

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Fees ‘contingent on success’ in family law inappropriate court. Read more.

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Use of Roll-ups in Canadian CCAA Cases Is Hotly Debated When an insolvent company contemplates filing for creditor protection under one of Canada’s principle restructuring statutes, it may require interim financing or, as more typically referred to in the U.S., debtor-in-possession (DIP) financing. Read full article.

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Toronto employment lawyer Justin W. Anisman’s article "Equal Pay For Part Time Work Begins April 1, 2018" has been republished by Mondaq. Mondaq runs the largest online legal news syndication network worldwide.

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Trudeau government is falling short on justice reform. Read more.

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Legal groups push back on social media criticism of Norris’ appointment to Federal Court. Read more.

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Labour Arbitration Advocacy On March 6, 2018, the Advocates Society presented its first Labour Arbitration Advocacy program. Mr. Dizgun was one of a select group chosen as instructors in this first ever program. The program was very well subscribed to by labour lawyers.

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CLA calls on province to ‘live up to the commitment made’ on records checks. Read more.

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Delayed justice ‘the elephant in the room’ in lengthy Hamilton domestic assault trial. Read more.

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LSO examines its role in legal aid. Read more.

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On April 1, 2018, Ontario’s new Pay Equity legislation comes into effect. Read more.

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Peter Zywot and Annie Chu attended a prominent GTA association and conducted a day-long Will Clinic for a contingent of their members. They met privately with members and their spouses, and answered any questions they had about wills, guided them through the process and provided advice on the most practical ways to give effect to their wishes.

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Ontario judge blasts ‘frustrating’ lack of resources as trial delayed for year. Read more.

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York University: Leslie Dizgun teaching course on Dispute Settlement in the Civil Justice System, Winter, 2018.

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Advocates Society: Leslie Dizgun Instructor, Labour Arbitration Advocacy

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Co-chair, Mediation Advocacy, for Norton Rose Fulbright, in Vancouver

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Advocates Society, Leslie Dizgun speaker in program on Summary Judgment Motions

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"Use of Roll-ups in Canadian CCAA Cases Is Hotly Debated" article on the Turnaround Management Association.

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New evidence explains Forcillo's error and should trigger a retrial for TO cop: defence. Read more.

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Norton Rose Fulbright On April 27, 2018, Mr. Dizgun will co-chair a Mediation Advocacy Workshop for Norton Rose Fulbright, in Vancouver, British Columbia. Norton Rose Fulbright is a leading global law firm.

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