Diwali is a festival of lights and one of the major festivals celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs and some Buddhists. It is regarded as India’s biggest and most important holiday of the year. The festival is named after the Sanskrit term deepavali, translating as “row of lights”. To celebrate light over darkness, diyas (clay lamps […]
Emily Vereshchak was recently published in The Lawyer’s Daily in an article called “Address issues of venue and procedure early in litigation“. Emily discusses a case where the plaintiff’s motion to transfer an action to the Simplified Procedure or to the Small Claims Court was dismissed because the request was made too late and also […]
Congratulations to Chris MacDonald on his success in a motion to dismiss an action last week. The plaintiff failed to comply with an order to file a notice of intention to act in person or to have a new lawyer appointed, following his former lawyer’s removal from the record. The previous order was granted over […]
Rogers Partners LLP currently has an opportunity for a legal assistant with at least 3 years of civil litigation experience. Candidates should have a legal assistant diploma from a recognized college. The responsibilities of the position include maintaining files from opening to closing; scheduling; updating internal databases; communicating with clients and other firms; and transcribing […]
We’re very pleased to welcome Kathryn Orydzuk to the firm as an associate lawyer! Kathryn started with us today.
Andrew Yolles was recently successful in defending a motion to examine a non-party. The action arises out of remedial work that was being performed by the defendant at the plaintiffs’ house. One of the plaintiffs allegedly tripped on a plastic containment barrier. The plaintiffs allege that a former employee of the defendant admitted fault for the injury. The […]