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Why should an estate trustee be a prudent investor when it comes to estate investments? Our latest Wills and Estates blog post looks at a recent case of a trustee who did not diversify the estate’s investment portfolio, and was on the hook for the losses incurred on the stocks. http://nop.to/?1307

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Congratulations to our very own Erin Lepine who is 2017’s recipient of The Regional Senior Justice Award from The County of Carleton Law Association http://nop.to/?1309

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As Family Day approaches, we ask: who gets the day off? Our latest Workplace Matters blog post looks at Family Day and explores who is entitled to the holiday in Ontario. http://nop.to/?1306

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BREAKING NEWS - Nelligan O'Brien Payne has commenced a class action against BlackBerry Limited on behalf of a group of BlackBerry's employees working in Ontario and across Canada. Visit our dedicated BlackBerry class action website to learn more. www.nelligan.ca/blackberry

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How does my off-duty conduct affect my employment? Our latest Labour of Law blog post looks at a recent arbitration decision involving a teacher who was terminated because of his involvement with a cheese-smuggling operation. http://nop.to/?1305

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What is “right to work” legislation, and how is it problematic for employees? In our latest Labour of Law blog post, Sean McGee discusses the free-rider effect, and how this can impact union membership. http://nop.to/?1304

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What is customary adoption, and how is treated in your province? In our latest Indigenous Law blog post, Alex Keenan looks at custom adoption and explores the law across Canada. http://nop.to/?1303

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Why is it important to narrow down your legal arguments in a trial for just cause? In our latest Workplace Matters blog post, Alison McEwen looks at a recent case where an employer tried everything to discredit an employee, without success. http://nop.to/?1302
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