Firm News: 40% of our lawyers recognized by Best Lawyers
Monday January 8, 2018

Tips for Supreme Court (Family Division)

Posted in: Family Law

The Supreme Court of Nova Scotia (Family Division) has recently published a helpful list of tips and hints designed to aid counsel and unrepresented individuals.  The tips can be found by clicking here or following this link:

http://www.courts.ns.ca/Bar_Information/documents/nsscfd_Hints_and_Tips_17_11.pdf

If you need advice on a family law matter, contact one of our Family Lawyers to schedule your free consultation today.

Share This Post:

Ask a question about this post.

Any Questions

Recent Blog Posts

Blog Post | Wednesday February 24, 2021

Who Owns the IP? Is it the Employer or the Employee?

Posted in: Business Law

Intellectual Property (IP) ownership rules determine whether an Employer or an Employee holds rights to the creation at hand. Although IP covers a broad range of federal laws and statutory rights, the three most relevant to Employers in Canada are Patents, Copyright and Trademarks.

Read full article
Blog Post | Wednesday February 17, 2021

Trademark Usage: Simple Rules of the Road

Posted in: Business Law

The display of trademarks causes a tension between legal requirements and marketing priorities. It often requires a delicate balancing of trademark notices and visual appearance considerations.

Read full article