Paralegals Canada  


Litigation Paralegals Professional Corporation


Areas of Focus


Courtroom Proceedings

Breach of Contract
Breach of contract is a cause of action at law whereby a binding agreement is not honoured.   If a party to a contract fails to fulfill a binding ...

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Breach of Privacy
With the Jones v. Tsige, 2012 ONCA 32 decision, the Court of Appeal confirmed the tort law right to personal privacy in Ontario.  Prior to this ...

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Construction Law
Disputes between property owners and those hired to perform project work, whether as construction or renovation or maintenance projects are frequent.  ...

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Consumer Protection
The old adage 'buyer beware' (caveat emptor) remains with only a minor presence in the current law of today's world.  While some transactions remain ...

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Debts (failure of payment)
You are owed money.  You have made demands for payment but there is little, if any, response. McEachern, de Mel can often resolve debt disputes with a ...

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Employment Law
Disputes and lawsuits arising out of employment relationships are becoming more and more frequent as long gone are the days of substantial loyalties between ...

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Insurance Coverage
With nearly twenty years experience as an insurance broker prior to becoming a licensed paralegal, Scott McEachern knows the inside-and-outs involving ...

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Latent Defect
An unfortunate and all too common type of legal case involves the allegation of failure to disclose a latent defect during a sales transaction.  This ...

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Slander of Title of Property
Slander of person, known as defamation, is more commonly understood; however, slander of property, also known as slander of title, can also occur. ...

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Tortious Conduct
Aside from being a funny sounding word, a tort is an area of civil law, other than breach of contract or breach of fiduciary duty, that involves rights of ...

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Unjust Enrichment
The legal cause of action known as unjust enrichment arises in equity (fairness) and while a Defendant may have engaged in some sort of wrongful conduct, fault ...

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Nuisance (private)
The law of 'nuisance' is often classed as falling within the field of tort law; however, some legal academics view nuisance as independent of tort law.  ...

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