Garry J. Wise
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Garry J. Wise is a Toronto lawyer, who graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School in 1884 and was called to the Ontario Bar in 1986. He practices with Wise Law Office, a Toronto litigation firm he founded in 1986, and focuses on Employment Law, Family Law, Estate Litigation and Civil Litigation.

Garry is primary contributor to the award-winning Wise Law Blog, an online publication featuring daily legal news, updates and commentary. He has also contributed to CCH Labour & Law Newsletter, Bar-eX News, Divorce Magazine, CCH Canadian Family Law Guide and the Canadian Bar Association’s Solo and Small Firm Addendum.

He has appeared as a Continuing Legal Education presenter for Law Society of Upper Canada symposia on Web 2.0 and security issues affecting the legal profession, and has been an occasional commentator on CBC TV, radio and other media. Garry has been featured in the National Post, Toronto Star, LawPro Magazine, Lawyer's Weekly, Canadian Lawyer Magazine, CCH Student E-Monthly and Toronto's Now Magazine.

In addition to his professional and blogging activities, Garry dabbles as a singer-songwriter and guitarist with Toronto acoustic trio, Wise Kirsh & Winberg.

Blog Entries by Garry J. Wise

Businesses Thinking of Switching From Facebook to Google+?

Posted July 20, 2011 | 15:58:34 (EST)

Are you thinking of switching to Google+?

Eweek.com takes on this question today, and provides 10 compelling reasons to make the change. Most convincing to me are:

  • The ease of directing and limiting your shared items to specified groups of contacts, and
  • Google+ introduces revolutionary video chat capability...
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Remembering Clarence

Posted June 20, 2011 | 16:39:09 (EST)

Saturday brought the sad news of the passing of legendary sax man, Clarence Clemens.

The Big Man, Bruce Springsteen's sidekick and onstage foil for nearly 40 years, passed away Saturday after complications from a stroke suffered last Sunday.

For those of us who came of age, motoring from town to...

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