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Having transparent and honest financial disclosure statements are crucial to settling family law disputes because they reveal important information about the parties.
US President Donald Trump has called for the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) in the near future. While it’s unknown what changes will be made, it’s certain that the changes will impact Canadian business and international trade law.

The first annual Toronto Legal Tech Hackathon (June 2 - June 4) gathers and unites the brilliant minds of legal professionals, computer programmers and other professions in a unique competition in creating innovative technological legal solutions.

Innovative technology is rapidly advancing in the modern world, but the Ontario court system’s technology is stuck decades behind. How do legal professionals deal with this issue?
The Ontario government has announced upcoming legislation that’d mean adding more sexual abuse offences to an existing list that would lead to medical license revocation for doctors and other health-care professionals. Does this go too far or does it help protect the vulnerable?
Alternative dispuse resolution methods like mediation are growing in prevalence, which begs the question – does mediation need to be regulated?
As the Canadian government plans to announce their bid for the legalization of recreational marijuana on July 1, 2018, concerns are raised on what this will mean for impaired driving cases in the civil and criminal courts.
Bay Street business professionals, predominately lawyers, marched for human rights in Toronto March 1.
Benchers from the Law Society of Upper Canada, including treasurer Paul Schabas, participated in a panel discussion about the law society’s relationship with social change. This panel was part of the Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers Ontario’s 10th Annual Conference and Gala in Toronto Oct. 29.
This is the second video from a panel session put on by The Action Group on Access to Justice (TAG), which presented “Imprisoning the Innocent: Bail and Wrongful Convictions in Canada.” Watch the first video in the series here                                                                    
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Law Times reports the Ontario Court of Appeal has ruled that a foster mother can be named a party in a child protection case, if it’s in the child’s best interests. Do you think recognizing foster parents will serve the best interests of children?
Yes, recognizing foster parents as parties in child protection cases will help improve the well-being of children.
No, this decision could cause implications resulting in the permanent abolishment of the child-parent relationship.