Nelligan O’Brien Payne

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Are you an aspiring restaurateur, hoping to open the next foodie haven in Ottawa’s emerging restaurant scene?
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It’s the nature of our legislative process that sometimes a bill will “die on the Order Paper” – meaning it’s introduced, read and debated, but does not receive Royal Assent before Parliament disso
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The balance between life and work has long been a struggle for professionals. And things tend to become all the more complicated when assets are brought into the equation.
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The commercial real estate market has seen an interesting shift over the past few years. Fewer and fewer big-box store developments, such as South Keys, are being constructed.
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“Corporate knowledge” is a term that is readily bandied about modern workplaces, but is often not fully understood.
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As the date when cannabis becomes legal draws closer, many questions remain unanswered.
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Parliamentary employees who work in political offices have been described as statutory orphans.
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If you are one of the many people who got engaged over the holidays, a new year brings with it new beginnings.  Marriage is exciting and should be one of the happiest times in life. 
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Who’s responsible for compensating an injured person for their lost income and personal care needs?
Law firms are looking beyond traditional candidates to bring entrepreneurial mindset, fresh perspectives to profession steeped in history