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Shibley Righton's Armand Conant talks about the 2015 Condominium Act reform in Condo Confidential

Shibley Righton's Armand Conant talks about the 2015 Condominium Act reform in Condo Confidential.  Click here for the full article.

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Posted January 27, 2015 0 comments 0 recommendations

Calls to expel dentistry students out of line, says Shibley Righton's Barry Goldman

If Dalhousie University expels the male students involved in a recent Facebook scandal, the school is likely to lose more money fending off lawsuits than if the men remain enrolled and donors who disagree cut their funding, says Toronto employment lawyer and Dalhousie alumnus Barry Goldman

The CBC reports some alumni started pulling funding due to the school’s “weak response” to the controversy, which involves 13 male students alleged to be part of a Facebook group that contained misogynistic comments.

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The CBC reports some alumni started pulling funding due to the school’s “weak response” to the controversy, which involves 13 male students alleged to be part of a Facebook group that contained misogynistic comments. - See more at: http://www.advocatedaily.com/calls-to-expel-dentistry-students-out-of-line-says-alumnus.html#sthash.TXGOvfck.dpuf
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Posted January 19, 2015 0 comments 0 recommendations

Relief available for property owners with defective Kitec piping. Shibley Righton's Deborah Howden discusses the issue

There is some relief available for commercial, industrial and residential property owners who have recalled Kitec piping installed, Shibley Righton's Deborah Howden writes that the defective piping was installed in approximately 292,000 properties across North America between 1995 and 2007.  Click here for the complete article

Howden, partner with Shibley Righton LLP, writes that the defective piping was installed in approximately 292,000 properties across North America between 1995 and 2007. - See more at: http://www.advocatedaily.com/relief-available-for-property-owners-with-defective-kitec-piping.html#sthash.UHV5jkrW.dpuf
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