February and winter are winding to a close and spring is right around the corner. Last month, as our clients waited for winter to end, they were all busy with various activities. These activities include:
- Hissey Kientz LLP updated content on several of its websites: the testosterone booster site, the Wright hip replacement site, the Mirena site and the Biomet hip replacement site.
- Ontario family law lawyers, Russell Alexander Collaborative Family Lawyers, have hired a new associate lawyer, Nafiza Nazarali, to practice family law. In addition, their blog, familyllb, is very active, canvassing topics such as “Does a spouse in a mental institution need spousal support?” and “Do courts adjust support for temporary income fluctuations?“
- Lawrence Koplow, Arizona Criminal Lawyer, has blogged on “Supreme Court Upholds Warrantless Apartment Search” this month on his Arizona Criminal Defense Blog.
- Rhode Island Elder law firm, Heffner & Associates, blogged on the importance of flu shots in “RI Health Reminds Rhode Islanders to Get Flu Shots“.
- Cloud based practice management software creators Clio blogged about the new look of its interface in “Introducing a better-looking Clio: Yellow is the new Black“, blogged on “Apple in Law Offices 2013 Survey Results are in!” and “Legal’s’Love Affair with the Cloud is Just Beginning” and welcomed KelLLC from Singapore to the Clio family.
- Ben Hanuka, Toronto Franchise Lawyer, blogged on the following topic “Court Rules Franchise Release as a Condition of Resale is Invalid” and posted a video on “Startup Franchisors’ Inadequate Material Disclosure.“
- The Canadian Corporate Counsel Association announced via Twitter that Heather Innes of Toronto was named as its new Chair. The CCCA is also looking forward to its big conference “Energy Matters” in Calgary from April 6 to 8, 2014.
- West Palm Beach criminal lawyer Ron Chapman blogged on several topics, including “Entrapment and Craigslist“, “DUI Manslaughter Conviction Overturned” and “P0lice Have to Get a Search Warrant Before Looking at the Contents of Your Cell Phone.”
- Toronto Real Estate law firm, Frost Law, blogged on three different topics this month, as follows: “The Real Estate Contract Must Be Valid to Be Enforceable“, “Who Is a First-Time Home Buyer – For Land Transfer Tax Refund Purposes” and “Big Five Banks Unwilling to Give Mortgages for Micro Condos“.
- Kelowna BC’s full-service firm Pushor Mitchell blogged on such topics as “Estate Planning – Should I Appoint a Professional Executor/Trustee In My Will or a Close Family Member/Friend?“, “Do I Have an ICBC Claim?“, “New ATV and Off-Road Vehicle Legislation Proposed” and “Where There’s No Smoke … Electronic Cigarettes at Work“.
- Ontario Condominium and Construction law firm, Robson Carpenter, blogged on its Condo Development Blog on the importance of a quorum in “Quorum Oh Quorum“. The lawyers also tweeted on Toronto’s most expensive condo, a Yukon court ruling that the developer must pay the condo fees and Castle Manor in New Brunswick hits the market for $699,000.
- BC legal support services provider Dye & Durham posted March’s litigation calendar, and blogged on “TLABC Cares“, “LSBC seeks input on proposed TWU Law School“, and “BC appoints two new Provincial court judges“.
- Canadian Tax law firm Thorsteinssons has been named “Goods and Services Law Firm of the Year in Canada” by Corporate International Magazine in its 2014 Legal Awards. On its blog, lawyers blogged on “Big Brother Has Gained a Powerful New Tool“, “Foreign Affiliates” and “Canco Seconding its Employees to Foreign Affiliate Could Generate FAPI“.
That is all for this month! We’ll be back at the end of next month with more client round-up!