Legal Matters: Can I sue when my loved one dies as a result of another’s actions?

The death of a family member can be a traumatic and devastating experience. It can also result in emotional damages, financial loss and expenses that you can recover in a wrongful death lawsuit under the Ontario Family Law Act.

How to get fired before you even start a job

A Human Rights Tribunal adjudicator found an employer was committed to finding a way for a prospective employee to join the organization until his correspondence became inappropriate, writes Ed Canning.

What are the benefits of using a business lawyer?

As a business owner, it is a good idea to have a business lawyer on your side.

Ross & McBride team recognized by Best Lawyers in Canada™ 2023

Eight legal professionals from Ross & McBride have been named in the 2023 edition of Best Lawyers in Canada™, with a total of 10 rankings across six practice areas. 

Ross & McBride joins Canada’s Law Firm Diversity and Inclusion Network

Baker Law joins the Ross & McBride family

Ross & McBride LLP welcomes Toronto’s bakerlaw into our diverse team of legal professionals, as of August 1, 2022.

I was in a motorcycle accident, what are my legal options?

I was driving my motorcycle when I was hit by a car. I have physical injuries and a traumatic brain injury. What are my legal options?

What is a Personal Real Estate Corporation (PREC)?

As of October 1, 2020, the Ontario Government introduced legislation permitting the formation of PRECs for real estate professionals, thereby allowing realtors to earn their business income through a corporation rather than personally.

What are the fiduciary duties of corporate directors?

A fiduciary relationship exists when a special obligation is imposed on one party, who has the power or ability to exercise some discretion which may impact the other, more vulnerable, party.

AGM's during a pandemic

This paper provides information current to its date set out above regarding the legislation relating to hosting Annual General Meetings during the Covid-19 pandemic.  Due to the complexity of the issue and the changing nature of legislation in this area, this paper is not intended to be exhaustive and should be taken as a general guide for corporations. Care should be taken to abide by the most up to date legislative and regulatory requirements which are changing regularly.