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Monthly Archives: November 2015

Our Middle East Services

Rogerson Law Group advises high net worth and ultra net worth clients in Dubai and elsewhere in the Middle East region, both directly and via their local advisers in banks, trust companies, law firms and accountancy firms on asset protection

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Disciplinary Proceedings: nurse made ‘scapegoat’

A ruling against a nurse at a disciplinary hearing at the Ontario College of Nurses raises concerns over practices that are common place within a working environment, but where one individual is allegedly singled out and penalised.  Rogerson Law Group

Posted in Professional Misconduct

Skilled Workers: Federal Skilled Trades Class (FSTP)

Skilled workers in certain trades can obtain Canadian permanent residency under the Federal Skilled Trade Class – a program under the Express Entry program.  This program is applicable to potential applicants with training and work experience such as welders, carpenter, bricklayers, cooks

Posted in Immigration

New Start-Up Visa: unique business opportunity

If you are one of those people who has a brilliant idea to start a business, and has the capability to raise capital or find investors, the new Start-Up Visa may be a unique opportunity for you. New Start-Up Visa Program

Posted in Immigration

Islamic Asset Holding and Legacy Planning

Andrew Rogerson spoke at STEP conference Issues of asset protection and planning for the future affects all clients everywhere, and international clients invariably face additional challenges, including Muslims who require Sharia-compliant legal services. Andrew Rogerson, who is highly experienced in cross

Posted in In the News

Student Bankruptcy Loan Lawyers – Find out your options

New cohorts of students have recently been starting schools and colleges, while others are going back to continue their studies – and it is an increasingly expensive business.  An issue facing the vast majority of students is that of student

Posted in Bankruptcy