Changing business environment globally has brought about legislative and judicial changes in the manner in which governments across the world are implementing competition laws. Increasingly, regulators in different markets have begun to work in tandem to enforce anticompetitive measures including encouraging private initiatives to challenge perceived anticompetitive entities. In this transformed environment, all commercial entities require constant guidance to navigate their businesses without losing their competitive advantage.
Competition litigation is a specialized area within the Dispute Resolution Group of Simmons da Silva LLP. The litigators who specialize in this sphere have represented local and global entities including corporate entities, trade and industry associations, individuals in antitrust investigations and anticompetitive trials. Our expertise includes representing entities in class action proceedings and private actions against anticompetitive conduct. Our litigators appear before all levels of courts, be they provincial courts, the Federal Court and / or the Supreme Court of Canada, and before the Competition Tribunal.
The parenting arrangement dictates who pays child support.
Primary Residence with One Parent : If a child resides with one parent at least 60% of the time, the other parent will be required to pay child support.
Equal Time Sharing : If a child resides with both parents equally, resulting in the child spending more than 40% of their time with each parent, then both parents are responsible to pay child support to each other.
Split Custody : If you are the parents to two or more children and each parent has one (or more) of the children in their care more than 60% of the time, each parent will be responsible for paying child support for the child(ren) that are not in their care.
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