Administrative law addresses the actions and operations of governments and governmental agencies in Canada. Municipal Law is specific to a particular city or county including everything from police power, zoning, education policies, and property taxes.Read More
Employment law is the body of law that governs the terms and conditions of employment in the non unionized workplace including the employer and employee obligations on termination.
Labour law is the body of law regulates the employment relationship in the unionized work place between the trade union, employer and employee.Read More
The term litigation (civil litigation) refers to a legal dispute between two or more parties that seek money damages or specific performance rather than criminal sanctions. A litigator represent parties in trials, arbitrations and mediations before administrative agencies, foreign tribunals, and federal, provincial, and local courts.Read More
Mediation is a form of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) in which the parties in dispute retain a neutral third party to assist them in resolving their dispute.
Arbitration is a process for resolving legal disputes by recourse to a neutral third party chosen by the parties in dispute, to adjudicate their dispute.Read More
Personal Injury Law refers to the legal remedies and defenses involved in civil lawsuits brought as a result of wrongful conduct. Personal injury claims include such matters as catastrophic injuries and fatalities caused by motor vehicle accidents, slip and falls; no fault/accident benefits; dog bites/attacks, as well as short and long term disability claims.Read More
Real estate law governs the purchase, sale, mortgaging, leasing and other encumbering of residential (eg, houses, condominiums, duplexes), rural (eg, farms and ranches), commercial (income-generating, eg, shopping centres, apartments, office or industrial buildings) or institutional (eg, churches, schools, hospitals or airports) properties.Read More