Improving Access To Justice in Shareholder Oppression Matters

The issue of access to justice has long faced the legal system. The traditional litigation model, with the Trial and its lengthy…

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Reserve Funds and Reserve Fund Studies for Condos in Saskatchewan

Subject to few exceptions, every condominium corporation is required to establish a reserve fund for the purpose of providing for the payment…

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It Is Hard To Recover Legal Costs. But Not Impossible.

A common theme when meeting with a client about to start, or be drawn into, litigation is the client’s concern over the…

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The Two Things You Need To Prove For Constructive Dismissal

We often meet with employees who face unwanted changes to their employment situation imposed on them by their employer. Sometimes this may…

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Supporting Women’s Empowerment Principles

A result of a collaboration between the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women) and the…

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Marilyn Penner Joins Saskatchewan Blue Cross Board

One of WMCZ’s co-owners has joined the Board of Directors of Saskatchewan Blue Cross. Marilyn Penner was elected to the position at…

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One Of Our Women Of Distinction

WMCZ is proud of Kelly Bode’s nomination for a 2015 Saskatoon YWCA Women of Distinction Award. Kelly has been nominated in the…

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Getting Help With Saskatchewan Family Law – WMCZ Video

Mark Galambos explains some of the ways that you can deal with the Saskatchewan family law system: https://youtu.be/qT3XLRfy_oI

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Access to Justice From A Corporate Perspective

Access to justice is an important issue facing the legal system today. The cost, length and complexity of legal proceedings can prevent…

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Mental Distress Damages from Breach Of Disability Contracts

The aim of this article is to explain the development and expansion of mental distress as a head of damage under a…

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Child Support Calculation When A Corporation Is Involved

In family law, few things are more important after a marital breakup then establishing appropriate child support.  For uncomplicated calculations, the Federal…

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Saskatchewan Gets Tougher on Drinking and Driving

Some could find topic sensitive – it involves SGI’s 2014 changes to The Traffic Safety Act, The Driver’s License and Suspension Regulations…

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