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Monday’s Mix

Each Monday we present brief excerpts of recent posts from five of Canada’s award­-winning legal blogs chosen at random* from more than 80 recent Clawbie winners. In this way we hope to promote their work, with their permission, to as wide an audience as possible.

This week the randomly selected blogs are 1. Family LLB 2. Sane Split Podcast 3. Legal Feeds 4. PierreRoy & Associés 5. Blogue SOQUIJ

Family LLB
Upcoming Virtual Event – Divorce and Financial Disclosure

Join us for a 1 hour and 15 minute virtual event with family lawyers Russell AlexanderShmuel Stern, & Bill Rogers, along with financial professional, Carrie Heinzl. Delve into the intricate world of family law as our esteemed panelists navigate through crucial topics including rules, disclosure, storage protocols, proactive disclosure, financial neutrality, and navigating legal forms. Explore the nuances of affidavits of documents, expert testimonies, and handling challenging situations with finesse. Gain invaluable insights, practical tips, and expert tricks to enhance your legal practice in this dynamic virtual event. …

Sane Split Podcast
“I am fighting for my kids!”

When separation happens, many parents think of their kids first, and how they will be affected. Some commence an epic fight without truly understanding why, and what they hope to accomplish. Some are misguided in doing so – not understanding what will actually make a difference before the court, for example. Interested in hearing some tips about addressing parenting issues the right way? – LISTEN. …

Legal Feeds
Compensation for land’s expropriation cannot ignore land-use restrictions from watershed zoning: SCC

The assessed value of a Newfoundland family’s expropriated property must take into account the land’s watershed zoning that precludes residential development and reduces its value, the Supreme Court of Canada has found. In a unanimous decision, the court found that the watershed zoning was an independent regulation and not part of the expropriation scheme. Compensating the family based on the value of their land without factoring in the land-use restrictions contained in these independent regulations would compensate them for something they would not have had if the land was not being expropriated, said the court. …

PierreRoy & Associés
Travailleurs autonomes : évitez ces 5 pièges financiers

L’indépendance professionnelle et la liberté venant avec le travail autonome sont des avantages incomparables, mais assurez-vous de bien connaitre les pièges financiers à éviter pour maintenir une bonne santé financière. La dynamique financière des travailleurs autonomes diffère notablement de celle des salariés. Cette disparité requiert une approche de gestion financière particulière, mettant l’accent sur la planification lucide, l’utilisation judicieuse des déductions fiscales et des économies d’impôt. Voici un aperçu des principaux défis financiers auxquels les travailleurs autonomes au Québec peuvent être confrontés et des conseils pour les éviter. ….

Blogue SOQUIJ
Le pouvoir du Tribunal administratif du travail devant la quérulence

Dans notre système judiciaire où l’accès à la justice est un enjeu constant, la justice administrative se veut plus simple et plus accessible. Malheureusement, comme c’est le cas pour les tribunaux judiciaires, les tribunaux administratifs font face à des justiciables qui accaparent les ressources limitées ou en abusent en multipliant les procédures ou recours qui, souvent, ne présentent aucune chance de succès. …

 

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