AVOs and Child Custody – How to Avoid the Death of the Family Unit

May 19, 2016 Family law is not a practice area in which we actively seek work. It is no secret that it is an emotionally-charged area that is usually far from pleasant. However, we do undertake work on family law issues, for our long-term clients and when other criminal, corporate or business matters require it. […]

Looking at the Bigger Picture: How to Pick Your Battles in Defence of Common Assault

April 16, 2015 We deal with common assaults frequently. Often a client will come to us with instructions right off the bat to enter a guilty plea and prepare submissions in mitigation of their sentence, without even having heard our advice or having us review the brief of evidence. Most of the time, it’s because […]