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By Colleen Mackeigan
‘Threshold defensible' is a term often used in the world of insurance defense litigation to refer to a case whereby the alleged injuries claimed by the plaintiff, as a result of a motor vehicle accident, are unlikely to give rise to ...
By Alon Barda
In A.F. v. North Blenheim Mutual Insurance Company, the Executive Chair of the Licence Appeal Tribunal reconsidered two decisions where the Tribunal applied the two year limitation under s.56 of the SABS and dismissed the claims as statute barred.
By Stephen G. Ross, Meryl Rodrigues
Over three years have passed since the release of the Ontario Court of Appeal's decision in Westerhof v. Gee Estate , wherein the Court definitively outlined the role of "participant experts".
By Tom Macmillan
The City of Hamilton has been busy recently at the Ontario Court of Appeal, acting as appellant on two separate appeals relating to findings of liability for non-repair of intersections.
By Stephen G. Ross, Andrew Yolles
In Yaiguaje v. Chevron Canada Corporation, 2018 ONCA 472, the Ontario Court of Appeal significantly restricted the court's ability to "pierce the corporate veil".
By Brian Sunohara
In Bucknol v. 2280882 Ontario Inc., 2018 ONSC 5455, the plaintiff was struck by a beer bottle that was thrown in a bar in Toronto, Ontario.
By David M. Rogers
The law related to clams for a sexual assault is not nearly as developed.
By David M. Rogers
As a result, Da Silva was injured and Gomes was convicted of criminal assault.
By Kevin Adams, Alon Barda
In Mary Shuttleworth v. Licence Appeal Tribunal[1], a three judge panel of the Divisional Court scrutinized the internal review process for decisions of the Licence Appeal Tribunal (LAT).
By Stephen G. Ross
The Supreme Court of Canada recently released its decision in Groia v. Law Society of Upper Canada, 2018 SCC 27.
By Brian Sunohara
The trial was heard in Belleville, Ontario, which does not have a mandatory mediation program.
By Brian Sunohara
The defendant, Aaron Lewis, pushed the plaintiff.
By Tom Macmillan
The Federal Government has set November 1, 2018 as the date on which certain sections of the Digital Privacy Act will come into effect.
By Stephen G. Ross, Jonathan Mahoney
On April 30, 2018, the Ontario Court of Appeal released its decision in 1688782 Ontario Inc. v. Maple Leaf Foods Inc. and Maple Leaf Consumer Foods Inc., 2018 ONCA 407 ("Maple Leaf Foods Inc.").
By Brian Sunohara
Recreational activities usually pose some risks. Injuries can happen, but that does not necessarily mean someone is legally to blame.