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  • 20/03/2017
    Lawyers in Barrie, Ontario Discuss: Costs & SABS Deductions

    Summary Author: Antonio Meringolo – Littlejohn Barristers 


    Dunk v. Kremer 2017 ONSC 1547

    Heard: January 20, 2017

    Decision Released: March 7, 2017

    Counsel
    Plaintiff: Robert Littlejohn & Marc Lemieux
    Defendant: Mary Teal


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  • 27/02/2017
    Barrie Lawyers Discuss: Overtime Pay & Managerial Employees

    Summary Authors: Antonio Meringolo – Littlejohn Barristers 


    Ernewein v. Honda Canada 2017 ONSC 1181

    Heard: January 5, 2017

    Decision Released: February 17, 2017

    Counsel
    Plaintiff: Marc Lemieux
    Defendant: G. McGinnis

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  • 27/02/2017
    Collingwood Personal Injury Lawyers Discuss: Exemption Waivers & Recreational Skiing

    Summary Authors: Ryan Hurst and Antonio Meringolo – Littlejohn Barristers 


    Woodhouse v. Snow Valley, 2015 ONSC 2802:

    Heard: February 20, 2015

    Decision Released: April 29, 2015

    Counsel

    Plaintiff: Marc Lemieux
    Defendant: Ted Chadderton

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  • 26/01/2017
    Choosing a Lawyer for Your Personal Injury Case in Barrie

    If you have had a personal injury accident in Ontario, you will want the best legal representation possible in order to maximize your compensation claim. You will not only want to hire a lawyer to represent you legally, but obtain the most effective representation possible.

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  • 26/01/2017
    Collingwood Lawyers Discuss the Stages of a Personal Injury Lawsuit

    If you have suffered a personal injury accident in Barrie or Collingwood, Ontario, you will want to obtain financial compensation through a personal injury lawyer. There are several stages possible in a personal injury lawsuit, with the potential for a settlement at any time. Each of these stages of an Ontario personal injury lawsuit is outlined in more detail below. The steps begin with hiring a lawyer and sending a notice of intention to the defendant that you intend to file a lawsuit. Your lawyer will file the initial court documents. Next there is a fact-finding and discovery period. The majority of cases settle instead of going to trail, however Littlejohn Barristers will try to find the best resolution for your case.



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