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Why should you avoid a late cost budget submission?

by Legal Author March 3, 2021 Law

The rules and regulations regarding cost management and the filing of a cost budget submission in England & Wales are clear and concise however numerous cases still miss the mark and budgets are still filed or served late. Typically, cases with a pleaded value of £50,000 or less are filed and exchanged with the directions […]

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Why Do Modern Law Firms Need a Client Portal?

by Legal Author February 4, 2021 Law

Have you ever considered using a secure client portal at your law firm? If not, then surely you should take that into your law practice soon. With so much to deliver, the client portal is the new element that clients look for in a law firm nowadays.  What exactly does a client portal mean? The […]

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Is Divorce The Best Solution For You?

by Legal Author February 2, 2021 Divorce

Divorce is not a simple decision, nor should it be easily taken. Determining whether divorce is the solution for your marital problems is important.  You need to first seek expert advice such as from marriage counseling. If you considering divorce, it’s necessary to have a realistic view of the situation, which may be incredibly hard […]

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The Most Common Reasons Why Your Employees Might Seek Legal Advice

by Legal Author January 27, 2021 Employment Law

Your employees are the backbone of your enterprise. And as they spend a large portion of their days working hard, whether they’re chasing deadlines, filling in spreadsheets, managing teams or completing hard, physical labour, they all deserve a straightforward and uncomplicated working career that they can use to pay their bills and to financially support […]

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7 top tips for signing settlement agreements

by Legal Author January 22, 2021 Employment Law

A settlement agreement is a legal contract issued by an employer and sets out the key terms and conditions to end a relationship or resolve a dispute with an employee. The employee will usually be awarded a sum of money for signing the agreement. Being presented with a settlement agreement can be daunting, especially if […]

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4 of the Most Frequently asked Questions about Trademarks Answered

by Legal Author December 13, 2020 Trademarks

This new legal information blog post shares the answers to 4 FAQs regarding Trademarks (based on Australian trademark law and general practice). Trademark law can be complicated, which is why it’s advisable you consult a trademark attorney to help you navigate the registration process. If you’ve found yourself in a spot of trouble regarding your […]

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Best Practices for Linkedin for Lawyers

by Legal Author December 12, 2020 Law firm marketing

Although Linkedin operates as a social networking website, it’s aimed at professional networking and career advancement. The website is more about the development of quality business relationships as opposed to something in the nature of being a Facebook friend. Like social networking sites, in order to get started on Linkedin, you must create either a […]

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Municipal & Occupiers’ Liability: Who Is Responsible for Your Slips/trips & Falls?

by Legal Author December 12, 2020 Accident Claims Law

Bogoroch & Associates LLP strongly believes that victims of Personal Injury are entitled to access to justice. Ontario winters are notoriously treacherous.  Despite being careful about where and how we walk, accidents do happen. During the colder months, Canadian roads and sidewalks are often covered in patches of ice and snow.  A seemingly simple misstep […]

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Spoliation in Litigation: Err on the Side of Caution and Preserve All Evidence

by Legal Author December 10, 2020 Law

Bogoroch & Associates LLP strongly believes that victims of Personal Injury are entitled to access to justice. What is Spoliation? Preservation of evidence is integral to a fair and just litigation process. The destruction of evidence is highly prejudicial to parties involved in the civil justice system. Spoliation occurs “where a party has intentionally destroyed […]

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Can Your Employer Compel You to Return to On-site Work Post-COVID in the US?

by Legal Author November 19, 2020 Law

Because of COVID-19, many businesses had to shut down, leading to a rise in the unemployment rate. Despite this, some workers were fortunate enough to keep their jobs, and some are even working from home. After many months of enduring this pandemic, more states chose to re-open their economies. This means more employers opt to […]

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