Sears has been a struggling Canadian brand for some time now and tried hard to hang in there before its recent bankruptcy filing. One of the things it attempted was honing in on specific products it could compete on and pumping dollars into ads. And one of those products was
If you are in many drivers’ situation, the following story may sound very familiar: You were recently pulled over by the police and given a ticket for a road infraction. To your dismay, the amount of the fine seems excessive, you’re at risk losing demerit points on your driving record
The process of acquiring Canadian citizenship can be both lengthy and demanding, as anyone who has gone through it knows. On June 19, 2017, Bill C-6 (an act amending the Canadian Citizenship Act) received Royal Assent making the criteria for eligibility to citizenship in Canada more flexible and the pathway from permanent
Want to run a contest as part of your marketing efforts in Quebec? Watch out! The Act respecting lotteries, publicity contests and amusement machines regulates such competitions throughout the province. Here’s what you need to know. 1. Notify the Régie des alcools, des courses et des jeux If you intend to hold
It was during this year’s Movin’ On conference, mid day, under the sun, in a discussion with some Legal Logik and conference participants, that one of our interns asked me a question that would spark a fury of thinking in me. “Jamie, is Legal Logik still a startup?” The question was such
How can we not love our Smart TVs? They recommend shows that match our interests, record our favourite series, and let us access tons of apps – TV, music, games, and more! But if you are the happy owner of a Vizio Smart TV, I have some bad news for you.
You’ve bought a home and uncovered a hidden defect. Oh no! But just who is responsible? Excellent question! When it comes to hidden defects, the question of liability can be a tough one. If you’ve discovered cracks in the foundation, mould, an infestation, or even heating, cooling or plumbing problems,