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Tips for real estate lawyers in the Covid residential purchase, refinance and home renovation marketplaces

Brought to you in partnership with the Toronto Lawyers’ Association, this program looks at the trends of hot and cool markets, provides tips on providing guidance to clients looking for help with home renovations, opportunities for lawyers to provide enhanced legal services at the start of a purchase transaction, and more

Categories: Communications Errors, CPD, Cyber dangers, Fraud, Inadequate Investigation, Marketing, Real Estate, Title insurance

2021 insurance coverage for lawyers in private practice, sole practitioners and lawyers in association or partnership

The base program Eligibility: Required of all lawyers¹ providing services in private practice.² Coverage limit: $1 million per claim/$2 million in the aggregate (i.e., for all claims made in 2021), applicable to claim expenses, indemnity payments and/or costs of repairs together. Standard deductible: $5,000 per claim, applicable to claim expenses, indemnity payments and/or costs of… Read More »

Categories: 2020 October - Insurance Issue 2021, Articles, LAWPRO policy

Law Student and Licensing Candidate Resources

Welcome law students and licensing candidates! As you embark on your path in law, LAWPRO’s practicePRO program is here to help you succeed. These video presentations: provide an introduction to LAWPRO explore common claims we see and tips to avoid them share insights into how COVID-19 is shifting risks and opportunities for the legal profession… Read More »

Categories: Law students/new lawyers

This is not a claim, but…

At LAWPRO we often get explanations from insureds as to why they feel their matter is not reportable to LAWPRO. Commonly we hear the following: “There is no claim against me. No one has commenced an action, there is no litigation. So, there is no claim”. In this article I will explain common misunderstandings about… Read More »

Categories: Criminal Law, Immigration, LAWPRO policy, Online Only

Ten tips for effective video-conferencing

Even before the onset of a global pandemic that sequestered many lawyers to their homes, remote meetings and videoconference were quickly becoming an important and ubiquitous business tool. Online meetings bring benefits and convenience, but can also increase confusion and frustration. Here are ten tips to help you host effective online meetings, whether with colleagues… Read More »

Categories: Legal Technology, Online Only
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