Top five things to consider when choosing a real estate lawyer in Mississauga

KPA Lawyers – September 23, 2020 Mississauga is Canada’s 6th largest city, and is home to some flourishing residential land developments. Just like it’s neighbouring city, Toronto, modern condos have been popping up all over the city for years. Mississauga is also home to some stunning houses as well. Home buyers and sellers often carefully […]

When to talk to a whistleblower lawyer in Ontario

KPA Lawyers – November 6, 2020 So you’ve stumbled upon evidence, or heard some office chatter, that your employer is engaging in some type of fraud, violation of securities law, or some other type of unlawful behaviour that runs afoul of your industry’s regulatory laws. Maybe you decide to bring this information to the attention […]

Mississauga restaurant ordered to pay $40k for sexual harassment

KPA Lawyers – August 10, 2020 The Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario (“HRTO”) has awarded $40,000 in compensation to a woman due to workplace sexual harassment she experienced at the Eat More Restaurant in Mississauga. The HRTO found that the Applicant’s co-worker, Zaheer Abbas, committed unwanted sexual advances, physical touching, sexualized comments, sexual innuendo, exposed […]

What happens to my estate if I die without a will in Ontario?

KPA Lawyers – August 14, 2020 A properly drafted, up-to-date Will may be one of the most important legal documents an individual can have, as it ensures that their wishes upon death are followed. Despite this reality, many people in Ontario feel like they’re either too young or too broke to need a will. Others […]

These are the two most common ways people buy and sell businesses in Ontario

KPA Lawyers – July 24, 2020 Buying or selling a business is a very serious financial and legal transaction in Ontario. There are two major ways that this is commonly done: asset purchases and share purchases. Asset Purchase Agreements In an asset purchase agreement, the purchaser is only buying specific assets and liabilities from the […]

How to hire a family lawyer on a budget in Ontario

KPA Lawyers – May 21, 2020 Other than legal aid and divorce financing, there is a third creative option that helps people in Ontario access family lawyers on a limited budget. It’s called Limited Scope Retainers. Click here to order a limited scope retainer. Here’s the thing. When most people get a family lawyer in […]

Ontario Extends State of Emergency until at least May 19

KPA Lawyers – May 7, 2020 Ontario officials announced on Wednesday May 6th, 2020 that all emergency orders currently in effect under the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act have been extended from May 12th, 2019, until at least May 19th, 2020. The initial orders were first placed on March 17th, 2020 closing all non-essential […]

What to Expect Buying a New Build Home in Ontario

KPA Lawyers – June 11, 2020 The residential development industry is strong in Ontario providing $34 billion in investment value and employing over 270,000 people across the province. As Ontario’s population grows over the next decade, more and more new build development projects are going to be completed in an effort to meet the province’s […]

What is a case conference in Ontario Family Law?

KPA Lawyers – June 20, 2020 What is a case conference? Every family law case has a case conference near the beginning of the process. A judge is involved in this type of meeting. The judge will have two primary goals during the case conference. The judge’s first goal is to determine whether some or […]

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