Nelligan O’Brien Payne

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Driving under the influence of drugs is a criminal offence, with potentially devastating – even deadly – consequences.
As Friday night’s tornado tore through parts of Ottawa, it looked like the annual rock concert for the Ottawa Food Bank was going to become an acoustic by candlelight show.
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When I meet with a personal injury client for the first time, the question I hear most often is: "Thanks for meeting with me, but how much money am I going to get?"
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Most of us spend more time researching and shopping for the latest gadgets and electronics than we do when we are looking into car insurance.
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For a minority of people who suffer serious, life-altering injuries while participating in high-risk activities, the wording of waivers can have huge, lifelong implications.
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Is your business ready for the changes?
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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.