Where Ford government’s Bill 47, a.k.a. Bill 148 repeal, is taking us

Our associate, Tara Vasdani, recently outlined the provincial government’s newly introduced employment bill in Lawyer’s Daily. Read Tara’s full article “Where Ford government’s Bill 47, a.k.a. Bill 148 repeal, is taking us” here. At Mills & Mills LLP, our Toronto employment law lawyers regularly help both employees and employers with a wide range of workplace issues. For over 130 years,…

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Gap widens between available workforce and available workflow

Our associate, Tara Vasdani, recently contributed an article to Lawyer’s Daily. Read Tara’s article here: Gap widens between available workforce and available workflow. At Mills & Mills LLP, our Toronto employment law lawyers regularly help both employees and employers with a wide range of workplace issues. For over 130 years, we have earned a reputation amongst…

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Are common law couples really ‘the same as married’? Part 2 of our commonly misunderstood family law concepts series

One of the most common misconceptions in family law is that a couple who has lived together for a lengthy period without getting married, often referred to as common law spouses, is ‘the same as married’. The law in Ontario draws significant distinction between married and unmarried couples, most significantly in terms of property division.…

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Doug Ford’s Disruptive Repeal of Bill 148

Our associate, Tara Vasdani, recently contributed an article to Lawyer’s Daily. Read Tara’s article here: Doug Fords disruptive repeal of Bill 148 – The Lawyer’s Daily At Mills & Mills LLP, our Toronto employment law lawyers have the expertise to help our clients navigate this often complex field and resolve the challenges they face. We help…

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What to Consider When Buying a Business

Whether you are seeking to buy a services, manufacturing, or other type of business, there are many issues that you should consider when structuring and negotiating the terms of the transaction. Buying a business can be an overwhelming experience, especially for the first time buyer.  However, even experienced business purchasers can sometimes miss the red…

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Will my son-in-law or daughter-in-law have access to the inheritance I leave my child in the event of their divorce?

When explaining the purpose of various clauses in clients’ Wills with them, one clause that always seems to peak clients’ interest is the “Community of Property” clause. Essentially, this clause can help protect a beneficiary’s property from ending up in the hands of that beneficiary’s ex-spouse. This is understandably an important consideration for many clients…

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