Paralegal Kristin Bisbee summarizes a recent case that highlights the risks of ignoring the terms of a tribunal settlement. How much accommodation is enough, and what can an Applicant do if an employer breaches the terms? As an employer, you’ve received an Application to the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario (HRTO) and you are now […]
CanLII and CanLII Connects provide free access to Canadian legal information. Paralegal Scope is among the contributors chosen to add content to CanLII Connects, giving good legal writers significant exposure for their writing skills. These recent cases and summaries are directly related to the paralegal scope of practice:
Tribunal work involves legislation that affects clients with a wide range of legal issues. Employment, environmental issues, and social justice are just a few of the areas that are handled by dozens of tribunals established by the government. Here are some recent cases and reports from tribunals where paralegals may practice:
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Individuals and businesses can now file Ontario small claims court forms and pay court filing fees online, 24 hours a day. The new e-filing service, which allows filing many claims online any time, from anywhere, was officially announced April 8. The moves builds on the success of a six-month pilot project that brought e-filing to […]