Law and Mediation

Acquiring a Property in Canada

The Canadian territory is made up of ten provinces that differ in property laws. Any property, from land, buildings to movable property, is subject to laws. It is of paramount importance to know about the rules and regulations behind the purchase of a property in Canada. Financing your dream house…

Differences between Libel and Slander

Libel and slander both come under the umbrella of defamation, which is to attack someone’s character by making a false statement about that person and presenting it as irrefutable fact. For instance, if I were to say “John Smith stole from his workplace” while knowing full well that this is…

What is the value of Intellectual Property?

Before we can get into defining the value of Intellectual Property, we have to first understand what Intellectual Property is. In very basic terms, intellectual property is defined as anything created by the mind – inventions; literary and artistic works (books, paintings, sculptures, music, and film); designs; symbols. In essence,…

A Guide to Commercial Litigation in Australia

The commercial litigation aspect in Australia has seen various changes over the years. In this article, we are going to discuss what are commercial litigation and the important developments in this judicial sector and how it is affecting commercial buildings and businesses all round Australia. Commercial litigation envelopes disputes and…