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The lawyers at Cunningham Swan Carty Little & Bonham LLP are the trusted successors to generations of outstanding lawyers. We offer a broad range of legal services to individual and corporate clients in the private and public sectors in Kingston and southeastern Ontario.

We’ve been around for a long time, we’ve seen it all, and we get it – that is why we’re able to understand our clients and help them with their diverse needs. With a long tradition of service dating back to 1894, Cunningham Swan is a Kingston-based law firm that provides high quality services to address simple and complex legal problems in a friendly and client -oriented atmosphere. Our standard of excellence has endured throughout the years. The strength and reputation of our firm is built on a strong foundation of ethics, ingenuity, and leadership.

Deeply rooted in Kingston and its communities, we strive to develop and nurture long-term relationships that enhance our clients’ success. Our lawyers and legal support staff from all practice groups work as a team in a manner that best serves the client. Simply put, if our clients succeed, then we succeed.

Our practice groups offer specialized services in a number of areas, including:

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A little known fact is that I am a bit of a sports junkie.  The NHL (Leafs) and the NFL

Posted on December 21, 2014

Labour & Employment 4th Annual Breakfast Seminar

Cunningham Swan’s Labour & Employment group gave its 4th annual breakfast seminar this morning to a group of close to 100 individuals representing the corporate, non-profit, and municipal sectors.  Hosted at the Harbour Restaurant at Portsmouth Olympic Harbour, the seminar was labelled “the Nuts and Bolts” of Labour and Employment Law and featured five presentations on a variety of topics in the field.

  1. Kalen Ingram: Occupational Health and Safety, Due Diligence and Employee Negligence
  2. Greg Dobney: Accommodating Family Status
  3. Andrea Risk: Mitigation
  4. Alan Whyte: Wrongful Dismissal Damages and Breaches of Confidentiality
  5. James McDonald: Probationary Employees

The group is already making plans for next fall’s breakfast seminar.

Posted on November 7, 2014