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HAPPY INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY!

Happy International Women’s Day! MUNERA is proud of its female-led and inclusive environment along with its identity driven by strong, determined and kind women. Access to justice means representation that reflects the diversity and plurality of the communities we work in, and we are proud to empower our female advocates in serving the interests of our clients and their commitment to the administration of justice overall.

 

MUNERA Successful at the Court of Appeal in Cross-Jurisdictional Commercial Litigation Matter

Congratulations to MUNERA’s Litigation department for successfully arguing at the Ontario Court of Appeal, in favour of Ontario’s jurisdiction on a matter involving out-of-province parties doing business in Ontario. Congratulations to our lawyers Fatma Uyuklu, and Brent Mendiola. Special thanks to Shahrzad Sekhavati and Emma Compeau for their hard work and dedication.

GIAO Consultants Ltd. v. 7779534 Canada Inc. et al, 2020 ONCA 778

HUMAN RESOURCE, LABOUR AND OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY

MUNERA PC has partnered with The Ministry of Economic Development, Job Creation, and Trade to discuss key developments in government programs and the law that are crucial considerations for employers as Ontario returns to work.

Read More:https://www.haltech.ca/event/human-resource-labour-and-occupational-health-safety/?fbclid=IwAR3bLFLH3FzCiIFl4s8IX-N75c02N8qjZTTQTGlAi3XKY3oSL0H9j5IW7kI

MUNERA interviews with the Toronto Star

Toronto Star Article about MUNERA’s latest positive outcome at the Federal Court of Canada addressing the unreasonableness of IRCC in assessing Humanitarian and Compassionate Grounds in a permanent residence application under the Live-In Caregiver Program.

Judge rips immigration officials who blamed a Toronto nanny for their mistakes — then said losing her would help kids’ emotional ‘growth’

MUNERA at the Federal Court of Canada

Congratulations to MUNERA’s Litigation and Immigration departments. Their advocacy and overall great performance at the Federal Court of Canada secured a successful Judicial Review decision at Balarezo v. Canada (Citizenship and Immigration), 2020 FC 841. Congratulations to our lawyers Fatma UyukluBrent Mendiola and . MUNERA’s successfully argued the unreasonableness of IRCC in assessing Humanitarian and Compassionate Grounds in a permanent residence application under the Live-In Caregiver Program.