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By David Elmaleh, Ryan Smith
The motion judge granted summary judgment dismissing the action against all the defendants other than Gomes.
By Howard Borlack
To what extent must service technicians warn their customers of particular risks associated with the product they are servicing?
By David Elmaleh, Brittany Rizzo
In Ontario (Children's Lawyer for Ontario) v Ontario (Information and Privacy Commissioner) 2018 ONCA 599, the Court of Appeal for Ontario considered the novel issue of whether a child-client's litigation...
By David Elmaleh, Carly Jacuk
In a decision that will likely be replicated by other courts nationwide, Master MacAfee in Robichaud v McAulay, 2018 ONSC 3636, ordered production of an insurer's underwriting file along with the relevant insurance broker's file.
By Martin Smith, Desneiges Mitchell
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice recently released a trial decision where Martin Smith, partner at the Ottawa office of McCague Borlack LLP, with the assistance of Desneiges Mitchell, associate, successfully defended a chiropractic malpractice case where the plaintiff (Patient*) sued the defendant (Defendant Chiropractor*) for negligence and battery for alleged improper chiropractic treatments.
By Miranda Serravalle
The Federal Government of Canada has yet to set a date for the legalization of recreational cannabis in Canada.
By Catherine Korte, Karen Bernofsky
With the increasing interconnectivity of businesses to date, information is now exposed to a broad number of threats.
By Miranda Serravalle
The Federal Government of Canada has yet to set a date for the legalization of recreational cannabis in Canada. Current forecasts estimate that it will be legalized in the summer of 2018...
By Karen Bernofsky, Peter Vlaar
Only levels one and two are allowed on Ontario roads.
By Howard Borlack
In a recent decision, the Federal Court of Appeal confirmed that common interest privilege ("CIP") is a principle of Canadian law.
By Howard Borlack, Michelle Legault
The United States Attorney's Office, Southern District of New York, has charged five individuals with defrauding businesses and insurance companies of more than $31.7 million in an elaborate...
By Adam Grant
In the recent decision of Mega International Commercial Bank v. Yun, the Ontario Court of Appeal provided an analysis of the contentious issue of whether the limitation period for a contribution and indemnity...
By Catherine Korte, Bogdan Miscevic, Michelle Legault
The enactment of Ontario Regulation 283/95 – Disputes Between Insurers (the "Regulation") has obliged insurers to continue payment of SABS to injured person even where entitlement to these benefits is disputed.
By James Tomlinson, Melissa Parravano
On April 11, 2017, David Marshall, Special Advisor to the Minister of Finance, released his final 103-page report regarding Ontario's auto insurance system. The report was entitled: Fair Benefits Fairly Delivered.
By Matthew Dugas, David Olevson
Service contracts as between sophisticated parties often contain numerous indemnity and insurance provisions, subject to specific terms.
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