Alex Procope spoke at the 21st Annual Estates and Trusts Summit (day 2) on October 11, 2018 on the ethical considerations for lawyers advising on the use of a power of attorney. This program presented annually by the Law Society of Ontario focused on topics including: Will interpretation Estate planning for the disabled and complex […]

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PBP Lawyers are celebrating our second anniversary! Thank you to our clients and colleagues for the continued support. Over the last year we have successfully represented clients at the Supreme Court of Canada, at all levels of Ontario courts and at various administrative tribunals. We have also been perhaps overly-active contributors to legal education programs […]

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Alex Procope has been elected to the executives of the Canadian Bar Association / Ontario Bar Association Elder Law and Trusts and Estates Law sections as a member-at-large for the 2018-2019 term. These sections organize professional development programming and networking events, prepare submissions and analysis of new and evolving areas of law and honour leaders in these areas […]

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Alex Procope will be speaking at an upcoming Ontario Bar Association Elder Law Section professional development program. Alex joined in a symposium on Privacy and Consent in Congregate Care along with John Risk of WeirFoulds LLP, Mary Jane Dykeman of DDO Health Law, and Graham Webb, Executive-Director of the Advocacy Centre for the Elderly. The […]

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Alex Procope presented his paper on human rights and accommodating disabilities at the Law Society of Ontario‘s continued professional development program The Six-Minute Estates Lawyer Program, which took place in Toronto on May 3, 2018. This program was designed to get Estate solicitors and litigators up to date with legislative developments, recent case law, and best practices. […]

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PBP Lawyers participated in a consultation session with the Law Commission of Ontario on its “Improving the Last Stages of Life” project.  This project considers how the law impacts the rights and choices for persons who are dying and their caregivers.  The Law Commission is conducting consultations throughout the province in order to better identify […]

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The Law and Mental Disorder Association (LAMDA) has prepared an open letter to the anonymous donor of $100 million to the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, urging that some portion of the very generous donation be directed to meet some of the needs of those suffering with mental health issues.  Perez Bryan Procope LLP […]

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On December 11, 2017, Alex is speaking at Osgoode Professional Development’s Legal Guide to Consent, Capacity & Substitute Decision Making program to provide an overview of the the Substitute Decisions Act, 1992 alongside Heather Mountford of Goddard Gamage LLP. The program attendees included lawyers, health practitioners and care facility administrators. […]

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