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By Brian Sunohara
The case of Automodular Corporation v. General Motors of Canada Limited, 2018 ONSC 1640 is a good example of the need for parties and their lawyers to pay close attention to the details of a settlement.
By Brian Sunohara
On March 27, 2018, the Ontario Court of Appeal released a decision in the case of Tondat v. Hudson's Bay Company, 2018 ONCA 302.
By Kevin Adams
Justice Faieta's decision was appealed further.
By Meryl Rodrigues
Ultimately, Master Jolley held that section 18 creates a rebuttable presumptive two year limitation for claims for contribution and indemnity, which is subject to the principle of discoverability.
By Alon Barda
This is a well-reasoned decision with a unique fact scenario.
By David M. Rogers
Can a service provider, such as the City of Toronto, be found in breach of the Human Rights Code R.S.O. 1990, c. H.19 where one customer makes racial slurs to another customer....
By Tom Macmillan
On March 8, 2018, the Ontario Superior Court released its decision in Foniciello et al. v. Bendall and Acculine et al, 2018 ONSC 1611.
By Stephen G. Ross, Andrew Yolles
In the recent trial decision of Costerus v. Kitchener (City), 2017 ONSC 6030, the City of Kitchener was held to be grossly negligent for failing to clear its sidewalks of ice, upon which the plaintiff slipped and injured herself.
By Tom Macmillan
The Ontario Information and Privacy Commissioner will soon have a lot more data on actual or potential privacy breaches, thanks to a new regulation which affects health care providers.
By Alon Barda
A recent reconsideration decision from the Licence Appeal Tribunal in M.F.Z. v Aviva Insurance Canada has followed a FSCO decision and once again highlighted the importance of providing...
By Anita M. Varjacic, Gemma Healy-Murphy
The plaintiff's success on the negligence issues was short lived.
By Brian Sunohara
On appeal, the plaintiff argued that liability should have been found on the municipality.
By Tom Macmillan
The Court of Appeal indicated that the duty of good faith on insurers does not impose this obligation.
By Alon Barda
The conceptual interplay of physics and law was on display in the recent appeal case of Unifund Assurance Company v. ACE INA Insurance Company (2017 ONSC 3677).
By Nathaniel Dillon-Smith
Offers to settle can take a wide range of forms and can involve a variety of terms.