We’re thrilled to announce that Laura and Angelique have both been elected by their peers to the executive committees of the Ontario Bar Association. Laura has been elected as a member-at-large of the Estates and Trusts Section and the Young Lawyers Division, and Angelique has been elected as a member-at-large of the Estates and Trusts Section and the Elder Law Section. Laura and Angelique will play a role in developing programming and encouraging the participation of the members of the Ontario Bar Association.
We’re celebrating our second anniversary! The early days of sharing a small office were fun – but if we’re honest, we love our view from the 22nd floor! We wouldn’t be here without the support of our fantastic colleagues and many talented individuals who’ve helped us deliver great service and results for our clients. A special thank you to our graphic/web designer, Campbell Creative Services, our process servers, Ad Idem, our copiers, Print Three, our landlord, Rueters, and our bookkeeper, Proccounting.
JUNE 6, 2018
Angelique Moss has been invited to give an “encore” presentation at the Essential Evidence Series for Estate Litigators program of the Ontario Bar Association, to be held on June 6 in Toronto from 5:30 – 8:30 pm. More information about the program can be found here.
May 16, 2018
The Advocates’ Society is committed to providing effective mentoring to advocates who are in the early stages of their practice. Angela Casey has been invited to participate in the session “Building Trusted Client Relationships”, and will be presenting invaluable tips on building client networks, avoiding conflicts, and handling difficult clients diplomatically, among other useful topics. The dinner will have a maximum of 24 junior lawyers and 8 mentors, which encourages candid and comfortable discussions at each table. Mentors work in pairs and will rotate to different tables during the evening, sharing their insights and answering questions posed by mentees.
April 22-24, 2018
The Forum includes litigation professionals personally selected from leading law firms to meet and discuss the most pressing issues facing their clients. More information about the Forum can be found here.
APRIL 5, 2018
Angelique Moss has been invited to speak at the Ontario Bar Association’s upcoming program, Essential Evidence for Estate Litigators on April 5, 2018. This is a new, multi-part continuing education program. More details about this program can be accessed here.
The Osgoode Elder Law Programme is a five day intensive program designed to provide lawyers, health care professionals, and government regulators with a chance to share, discuss and learn more about this developing area of the law. More information can be found here.
Casey & Moss LLP were interviewed by The Lawyer’s Daily for the article, “Appeal Sought In Chuvalo Divorce Case”. They are handling the appeal of the decision in Chuvalo v. Chuvalo 2018 ONSC 311. That decision held that George Chuvalo, the heavyweight boxer, did not have capacity to reconcile with his spouse. Read the decision here.
OCTOBER 5, 2017
Easter Seals is a charity which supports Canadian children and youth living with disabilities. Rappelling took place off a 16 story office building in downtown Toronto. Angelique and the team from Scotia Wealth Management headed up by Tony Lalonde raised over $8,000 in support of the event. For more information about Easter Seals and their great work, click here.
OCTOBER 5, 2017
On Thursday, October 5, 2017, Angela Casey will be speaking at an Ontario Bar Association event called “Preventing, Correcting and Navigating Errors in Estate and Trust Documents”. Here is a link to the program agenda and Angela’s paper entitled ” What You Need to Know About Varying a Trust”.
Casey & Moss LLP welcomes you to our new location! We are now conveniently located adjacent to the Eaton Centre with ample parking in the mall, accessible from Shuter Street. It is wheelchair accessible.
Please update your address books:
250 Yonge Street, Suite 2200, P.O. Box 4
Toronto, ON M5B 2L7
Our phone numbers, fax, and emails remain the same.
May 23, 2017
Angelique presented at a continuing legal education event for lawyers and accountants regarding Power of Attorney Disputes at Shaarei Shomayim Synagogue. Her panel spoke on the topic of removal of attorneys for property and estate trustees. Her panel included Archie Rabinowitz (Gowling WLG), John Clegg (Scotia Private Client Group), and David Lobl (Gowling WLG). The event was chaired by Charles Wagner, Wagner Sidlofsky LLP, and was sponsored by B’nai Brith Canada, Bank of Nova Scotia Trust Company, Hull & Hull LLP, Torkin Manes LLP, Wagner Sidlofsky LLP and WEL Partners. The event had an excellent turnout and a lively question and answer session.
Click here to view an article about the event in the Canadian Jewish News.
Angela was ranked as “Repeatedly Recommended” in The Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory. Published since 1997, the Lexpert Directory is based on an extensive peer survey process. It includes profiles of leading practitioners across Canada in more than 60 practice areas and leading law firms in more than 40 practice areas.
Click here to view Angela’s recommendation in the directory.
Angela and Angelique co-authored a chapter in the forthcoming book published by Carswell, and edited by Melanie Yach, Key Developments in Estates and Trusts Law in Ontario. Their chapter weaves together themes that emerge from a review of Ontario cases decided in 2016 about passing of accounts of trustees, attorneys and other fiduciaries.