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In an age of mass accessibility to innovative technology, it seems only logical that all areas of society would adopt and embrace the ease which accompanies technological advancements. We were... Read More »
There are two common types of clauses that employers may include in employment contracts to protect themselves; non-competition clauses & non-solicitation clauses. Employees should be made aware... Read More »
In Ontario, there are significant differences between the rights of common law spouses and the rights of married spouses regarding inheritance upon death. Married spouses have an automatic right to... Read More »
Join the London Health Unit for the Emergency Preparedness Week BBQ on Tuesday, May 7, 2013 in support of the Salvation Army.  More information can be found here.  Read More »
There are important differences between the rights of married spouses and the rights of common law spouses when it comes to handling property when the relationship breaks down.  In this context,... Read More »
Szemenyei MacKenzie Group LLP is proud to be a sponsor of the 2013 London Spring Sprint 5K in support of the Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada.  Visit the Brain Tumour Foundation’s site for more... Read More »
On August 16th, 2012, SMG LLP served (for the fourth time!) as the hosts for The Sunshine Foundation Charity Golf Classic. A huge thank you goes out to all of our wonderful sponsors for helping to... Read More »
The Investment in Affordable Housing (IAH) Homeownership Assistance Program is now available! The Homeownership Assistance Program is an interest free loan providing 5% in down payment assistance to... Read More »
For those of you interested in the world of sports, an interesting development took place this week in the trial regarding former baseball great, Roger Clemens.  It has long been suspected that... Read More »
In a previous professional life, it was once quoted to me that “the only constant is change”. It seems safe to say that axiom applies to pretty much the entire professional world. If you’re not... Read More »