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Blaney McMurtry LLP 
Toronto, Ontario Office
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2 Queen Street East, Suite 1500
Toronto, Ontario  M5C 3G5

(City of Toronto)

Telephone: 416-593-1221
Telecopier: 416-593-5437

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About this office:

Blaney McMurtry LLP is a multi-service firm in Toronto, Canada, helping clients overcome challenges and seize opportunities for more than fifty years, with a comprehensive, and personalized, approach to advice and representation. The firm offers a wide variety of legal services within six broad practice groups: Corporate & Commercial, Real Estate, Labour & Employment, Commercial Litigation, Insurance Litigation, and Personal Services (Wills & Estates and Family Law).

Our clients range from financial institutions and insurance companies to public companies and governments, to professional practices and retailers. We also work for a wide array of individuals - from owner-managers, to entrepreneurs, to executives. Our lawyers are called upon to play a strategic role in our clients' businesses and to deliver a multi-disciplinary approach to solving problems, while maintaining the flexibility to handle everything from the routine to the very largest and complicated matters and transactions.

As a member of TAGLaw, one of the world's largest legal networks, Blaney McMurtry has immediate and seamless access to worldwide legal expertise on a priority basis. The firm is also a member of the Risk Management Counsel of Canada, a national association of law firms providing services to the risk management industry, including insurers, risk retention groups and self-insureds.

For more information, visit www.blaney.com.


Specific Practice & Industry Groups Details:
AboriginalAlternative Dispute Resolution
Architectural, Construction, and Engineering Services (ACES)Aviation
Business Reorganization & InsolvencyClass Actions
Commercial LitigationCorporate & Commercial
Corporate Finance & SecuritiesCorporate Insurance
E-CommerceElection & Political
Employment & LabourEntertainment
EnvironmentalFamily & Matrimonial
Government Procurement & LitigationHealth
ImmigrationInformation Technology
Insurance Coverage CounselInsurance Litigation
Intellectual PropertyInternational Trade and Business
Landlord and Tenant RelationsLegal Risk Management Services
Life SciencesMining
Municipal, Planning & ExpropriationPrivacy
Real Estate & LeasingSports
TaxWills & Estates

Statement of Practice Summary:
General Practice, Aboriginal Law, Administrative and Regulatory Law, Banking, Commercial Leasing, Commercial Litigation, Competition and Trade Law, Condominiums, Construction and Lien Law, Corporate and Commercial Law, Corporate Insurance Law, E-Commerce, Environmental Law, Estate Planning, Family Law, Franchising, Immigration Law, Insolvency Law, Insurance Litigation, Intellectual Property Law, Labour and Employment Law, Mortgage Remedies, Municipal and Planning Law, Professional Liability, Real Estate and Development Law, Secured Transactions, Securities Law, Taxation, Technology and Computer Law, Trusts and Estates.

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Update on Express Entry
Henry J. Chang, October 25, 2016
Since Express Entry began on January 1, 2015, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (“IRCC”), formerly known as Citizenship and Immigration Canada, has issued several rounds of Invitations to Apply (“ITAs”). An ITA allows a foreign national to submit their application...

Quid Pro Quo: Barring U.S. Citizens from Canada for DUI Offenses
Henry J. Chang, October 7, 2016
Last month, the Canadian media reported on several instances of Canadian citizens being barred from the United States because they admitted to smoking marijuana, even if they had never been charged with or convicted of controlled substance possession. Canadian Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale...

Asserting Cause: What Not To Do
David E. Greenwood, October 6, 2016
Occasionally some employers use an allegation of cause which they know to be unsupportable, or worse, untrue, as leverage to “encourage” a dismissed employee to settle a potential wrongful dismissal claim on terms that are favourable to the employer. While this can be a successful,...

Year Established: 1954

Law Firm Affiliations: TAGLAW

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