Unsolicited: The Blog
The legal world can be tough to navigate – even for lawyers! But understanding your rights is the first step towards protecting them. That’s why we’ve launched Unsolicited, Goldblatt Partners LLP’s blog.
On Unsolicited, we’ll break down the basics on the various areas of law that we practice, and provide commentary on important legal issues.
And, because we’re lawyers, we have to add that these blog posts are for informational purposes only and are not legal advice. If you want to know more or need advice, feel free to contact us.
If you’re looking for information and blog posts on issues related to COVID-19, you can find them here.
The federal government recently enacted a new public holiday, to be observed every year on September 30, which honours Indigenous People and commemorates the legacy of the residential school system. Gabe Hoogers explores what the day means and who will get the day off.
Vanora Simpson outlines your rights and obligations when the police want to ask you questions, whether you are a witness or the accused.
You’ve likely heard the term “coroner’s inquest” in the news. But why do they happen and what happens during one? Kirsten Mercer takes us through the basics of this investigative process.
What are the limitation periods for anticipatory breach of contract and which party has the ball in their court? Ryan Newell takes us through the basics.
It has been nearly nine years since the Ontario Court of Appeal’s unpaid overtime class action certification trilogy was released, settling the law regarding the certification of unpaid overtime and employment misclassification class actions. Since then, misclassification class actions have become commonplace, with claims being certified across a wide range of industries and contexts.
Facing a criminal charge is confusing, stressful, and can come with high stakes. In this post, Vanora Simpson takes us through the typical timeline of events following your charge.