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By Jessica Grant, Jessica Murphy
In the recent Ontario Court of Appeal decision Hashemi-Sabet Estate v. Oak Ridges Pharmasave Inc. ("Hashemi-Sabet") ...
By Sabrina Lucibello
In the recent decision, Hampton Securities Limited v. Dean, the Ontario Court of Appeal affirmed the detailed trial decision of Justice Koehnen
By Jessica L. Kuredjian
What has been less clear is what "truly representing the facts" means.
By Jessica Grant, Jessica Murphy
On September 17, 2018, Justice Coroza of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice released his decision in Bucknol v. 2280882 Ontario Inc1("Bucknol"), a motion for summary judgement dealing...
By David Elmaleh, Andrew Valela
In the recent decision of Caryk v Karlsson,1 the Ontario Superior Court of Justice refused to compel Erik Karlsson's wife to provide evidence relating to allegations that she was cyberbullied by the partner of one...
By Bogdan Miscevic
It is important for the lawyer or the adjuster to provide proper instructions to the surveillance investigator prior to the surveillance.
By Catherine Korte, Jessica L. Kuredjian
The LAT Rules regarding disclosure are in conflict with the current case law on when surveillance should be disclosed.
By Michael Kennedy
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a video is worth more than a million.
By Alan Drimer, Melissa Parravano
Prior to setting an action down for trial, any surveillance taken must be disclosed in the party's Affidavit of Documents.
By Lee Chitty
Surveillance evidence is among the most powerful tools available to a defence lawyer and their client.
By David Elmaleh, Lee Chitty
The Ontario Court of Appeal has struck down the mandatory minimum sentence for possession of child pornography.
By Peter Vlaar
Motor vehicle litigation is going to shift to product liability involving manufacturers.
By Jessica Grant
In July 2018, the Ontario Court of Appeal handed down its decision in Gillham v Lake of Bays (Township), wherein the Court of Appeal struggled with the issue of whether a claim made after the limitation period could be permitted.
By Howard Borlack
After a comprehensive regulatory consultation period with Canadians, municipal, provincial, and territorial governments, law enforcement officials, public health representatives, stakeholders, and Indigenous governments ...
By David Elmaleh, Gabriela Caracas
In English v Manulife Corporation, 2018 ONSC 5135, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice considered the legal question of whether an employee who has resigned by way of a notice of retirement ...
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