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San Francisco, CA (Law Firm Newswire) June 8, 2016 – Attorney Michael Gilfix of Gilfix & La Poll has been recognized by San Francisco’s Legal Leaders as one of the Top Rated Lawyers of 2015. Gilfix was featured in San Francisco Chronicle’s supplement honoring lawyers who have received an AV Preeminent rating from independent ratings agency Martindale-Hubbell. AV Preeminent attorneys are those who have reached the heights of professional excellence and displayed the highest ethical standards. The ratings are compiled via a peer review system in which attorneys are evaluated by other lawyers and judiciary members in the United States […]


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Houston, TX (Law Firm Newswire) August 21, 2014 – Newly liberalized Canadian immigration policies may benefit the country’s tech sector. The number of U.S. visas extended to skilled foreign workers has become locked in the frozen morass of immigration debate. Canada recently made it clear that it was adopting a decidedly different tack on immigration policy from its neighbor to the south. As Washington dithers on reforming its visa regime, Ottawa’s new initiative could reap dividends for Canada’s economy, especially in its growing technology sector. On July 7, the new Canadian policy on visas, dubbed CAN+, was unveiled by Chris […]


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Sacramento, CA (Law Firm Newswire) January 2, 2014 – Most Americans have heard about the crack-smoking mayor of Toronto, Canada, Rob Ford. A performance improvement plan may be what is needed. “Questionable behavior in the workplace and an individual’s fitness to perform their job is a reality today in many companies across the globe, Canada included,” pointed out noted Sacramento business attorney Deborah Barron. “In situations like this, many employees feel they may continue working without going for help of some kind, be it medical or psychological. To address this difficult scenario, human resource experts are developing Performance Improvement Plans […]


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