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Andrew Rogerson meets The Consul-General of Japan, Takako Ito

On November 24th, The Consul-General of Japan, Takako Ito hosted the annual National Day Reception at the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, Toronto, to celebrate the birthday of His Majesty the Emperor of Japan. This photograph is of Andrew Rogerson and

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Post-Panama Papers

Andrew Rogerson addresses STEP Arabia Andrew Rogerson addressed lawyers and other professionals on Post Panama Papers – What does the future hold for the Fiduciary and Corporate Services Business?  at the STEP ARABIA meeting on 26 June at the Capital

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Another Asset Protection Law Firm Award for Rogerson Law Group

Rogerson Law Group has won another award for its Asset Protection work.   The team has recently won Asset Protection Law Firm of the Year 2016, from Legal Comprehensive Law Awards 2016 in recognition of the firm’s strong and robust Asset

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Are Offshore Tax Havens Legit? The Panama Papers in Context

I have given several interviews recently on the Panama Papers and have expressed the view that very other than some electoral fallout for a few politicians, little seems to have flowed from the revelations. To try and give some perspective to my

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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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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

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Ontario Wants Tax Paid Sooner

Andrew Rogerson and Joseph Gyverson provide commentary to Canada’s largest daily newspaper on changes to Ontario’s Estates Administration Tax Act. Rogerson Law Group Expert Lawyers Provide Commentary on Estate Tax to Canada’s Largest Daily Newspaper Andrew Rogerson and Joseph Gyverson were

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Immigration to Canada through the Express Entry System

Are you interested in immigrating to Canada permanently as a skilled worker? Retain an immigration lawyer at Rogerson Law Group to guide you through the Express Entry System, Canada’s new application management system for the Federal Skilled Worker Program, Federal

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Rogerson Law Group: Expert Speakers at Cross-Border Litigation Conference

Andrew Rogerson and Rob Rastorp spoke at a conference on Cross-Border Litigation Strategies on Thursday, 19 February 2015. They provided expert insight to other lawyers on Mareva Mechanics in Cross-Border Litigation at The Bond Place Hotel, Toronto, Ontario. A Mareva

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Company’s physical presence not prerequisite for US to exercise jurisdiction

Jurisdictional ‘boundaries’ are becoming increasingly indistinct as a recent ruling of the Court of Appeals for the First Circuit in the US illustrates. The cross border attorneys at Rogerson Law Group have years of experience advising and representing commercial organisations

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Professional misconduct: a teacher found guilty but keeps his job

Individuals facing disciplinary or professional misconduct charges are usually devastated at the allegations against them and have to endure distressing investigations and possible suspension meanwhile. There are also serious implications for the individual’s career – even if the allegations are

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Handling personal data requests from law enforcement agencies – Know Your Rights

If you or your business is facing personal data requests from the police or other law enforcement agencies, you may have legal grounds to resist such a request. However, in some instances your personal data could be released to agencies

Posted in Civil Litigation, In the News

Commercial Contracts: Rectification

Commercial contracts that fail to accurately reflect what the parties originally negotiated can give rise to costly disputes. The commercial litigation lawyers at Rogerson Law have a wealth of experience advising clients on disputes arising out of commercial contact terms.

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Contractors: when are they entitled to reasonable notice or pay in lieu?

The legal status of contractors in an employment context frequently arises in litigation, reflecting the potential implications of whether or not someone is an employee in law. Rogerson Law Group provides commercial litigation services in the entire GTA including Toronto,

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