A recent article in the financial post cited a CIBC Poll of 3,021 randomly selected Canadian Adults, which found that 76% of Canadian parents with a child 18 years or older would give their kids a financial boost to help them move out, get married, or move in with a partner.
We expect over 200 people for the May 30, 2018 seminar. I wanted to publicly say thank you to our Title Sponsors Scotia Wealth Management and B’nai Brith as well as all our other sponsors. As well, I would be remiss if I forgot to thank all the committee members, presenters and staff at myRead more
We only litigate. In our collective experience, the lawyers at our firm have witnessed a great deal of conduct by lawyers toward other lawyers that falls far short of what the Rules of Professional Conduct require. We have also witnessed individuals representing themselves who appear to feel licensed to insult and verbally abuse opposing counsel and even the court.
Some 17 years ago I approached Frank Dimant, the then CEO of B’nai Brith with an idea. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we could be part of the continuing legal education process for accountants and lawyers servicing our community? At that point in time there were few programs around that brought in first-tier professionals at a kosher venue that address both issues of interest from both a Jewish and secular law prospective.
The CJN dealt with this in the context of the upcoming B’nai Brith CLE seminar on May 30, 2018, and it features Rabbi Torczyner, Archie Rabinowitz and other presenters who are participating in the vignette and panel discussion on this issue.
Howard Black, Kimberly Whaley, Sharon Shore, Charles Ticker, Caroline Abela and Raquel Goldberg are featured in this week’s Canadian Jewish Newspaper piece about the upcoming B’nai Brith seminar on May 30, 2018.
There is an interesting piece in this week’s CJN. It is about the CLE B’Nai Brith Seminar on May 30, 2018, and features prominent accountants and lawyers who are presenters at this seminar. They are Clare Burns, Craig Vander Zee, Jonathan Hames, Jordan Atin, Melanie Yach, Nikolay Chserbinin and our own Brendan Donovan.
Douglas and Shila Gamoff listed their home for sale for $2,000,000. They had 18 showings leading to a bidding war. The prospect of competing against multiple offers prompted Yixing Hu and David Lea to make an offer to buy the house for $2,250,000. Their offer was accepted. But sometime after signing the agreement of purchase and sale, the purchasers had buyers’ remorse. David Lea pleaded with the vendors to let him out of the deal. The buyers felt they overpaid.