We are pleased to announce that Mr. Donald A. Thompson, LL.B. Q.C. and his staff have joined Matlow, Miller, Cummins, Thrasher LLP. All clients of Mr Thompson can continue to reach him at (519) 621-9850 or (519) 621-2430.
While the government of Ontario has extended the Emergency Declaration aimed at stopping the spread of COVID-19 into at least early May, reports of individuals being ticketed for not obeying the social distancing directive have been on the rise. As individuals attempt to navigate their
The proliferation of COVID-19 has caused significant disruption to daily life for populations and businesses alike all around the world. As governments at all levels implement strategies to curtail the lethal potential of the virus, a return to normalcy appears to remain a distant fantasy.
As we continue to live with the realities of COVID-19 and the social distancing measures that have been implemented (and recently reinforced) to reduce its spread, special measures have also had to be taken to continue delivering estate planning services at a time when the
While Ontarians continue to observe social distancing measures and take extra precautions to reduce the spread of COVID-19, many parents are considering whether this should include keeping their children home from access with the other parent. The Ontario courts have affirmed that in the majority
The ramifications of the current COVID-19 pandemic are being felt across all industries as the fallout from the spread of the virus has led to a significant upheaval of the regular daily business operations for companies around the world. Healthcare professionals continue to recommend
As governments around the world continue to take steps to address the global COVID-19 pandemic, significant changes to daily life follow in tow. While “social distancing” has become the phrase de jour, the impact of limiting gatherings to groups of five people or fewer has
It is often mistaken that common law partners are afforded the same rights as married spouses. Some separating common law partners are unpleasantly surprised that the law in Ontario does not treat them the same as married spouses. Unlike a married spouse, a common law