18th Annual Bowl-A-Thon A HUGE Success!

The Martin & Hillyer Associates 18th Annual Charity Bowl-A-Thon was a HUGE success! The lawyers and staff at Martin & Hillyer & City Kidz extend our most sincere gratitude to the many people who contributed towards the success of this year’s event.

Head Injury Awareness

One of our own, Laura Hillyer, was recently quoted in an article for the Law Times regarding the awareness of head injuries.

D.M. and P.M. v. Dominion of Canada

Stephen was retained by D.M and P.M. to represent them in this FSCO arbitration. He acted as lead counsel in this case where the insurer had denied that D.M. had been involved in an “accident” in accordance with the definition sections of the Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule.

Thank you letters

We recieved two letters from a satisfied client at the end of their legal proceedings. Please take a look at the letters by clicking on the link below.

Amendments to Ontario Rules of Civil Procedure

On January 1, 2010, the government will introduce two new Regulations which will radically alter the Civil Litigation landscape in the Province of Ontario. Regulation 438/08 provides for the most extensive amendments to the Rules of Civil Procedure since the current Rules were introduced in 1985. Also, Regulation 439/08 will raise the jurisdiction of Small Claims Court to $25,000.00 effective January 1, 2010.

19th Annual Bowl-a-thon another success!

The Martin & Hillyer annual charity Bowl-a-thon was another big success! This year Martin & Hillyer teamed up with Food4Kids to raise nearly $17,500 for children who would otherwise go hungry over the weekend.

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