Even before COVID-19 hit, Nelligan Law was undertaking a significant modernization effort, injecting business management best practices not always found at more traditional law firms.
O'Brien, 75, leaves a legacy of advocacy and dedication to excellence in his field
Nelligan Law says justice and dignity matter as much as money in such cases
Rezoning hiccups, delays in securing a site plan agreement and conflicts with sub-contractors can lead to delays and cost overruns. Here's how to preserve the financial viability of a project.
While fitness chains have beefed up their waivers, local restaurant owners say they won't be requiring customers to sign any legal forms.
Without the right safeguards, the undoing of one can often have a domino effect on the other. And, the safeguards need to go in both directions.
As the COVID-19 curve starts to flatten and political leaders start discussing the possibility of lifting restrictions, workplaces across the province of Ontario are preparing for the day when they
Masks and temperature checks? Refusals to work? Several Ottawa employment lawyers say businesses and organizations are obligated to take “reasonable precautions” to maintain a safe and healthy work…
Despite the growing prevalence of mental illness in the workplace, many employees and employers are lost when it comes to understanding their rights.
In the second video of Ottawa Business Journal's Coping with COVID-19 series, OBJ explores the employment law considerations of temporary layoffs