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By Laura Emmett
It is fair to assume that the personal health information provided to medical professionals is kept confidential. Medical professionals and institutions set up policies and procedures to ensure
By Daniel Strigberger
The Ontario Court of Appeal has held that business interruption claims are not subject to a rolling limitation period.
By Laura Emmett
Facebook has made history today, but not in a good way. The US Federal Trade Commission ("FTC") announced this morning that Facebook will pay a record-breaking
By Stas Bodrov
Although privacy issues have been taking over the headlines in recent months, healthcare organizations have been subject to stringent privacy regulations for a number
By Caroline L. Meyer
Adjudicator Letourneau has held that the LAT does not have jurisdiction to award interim benefits in 18-007113 v Allstate Insurance-007113/AABS, 2019 CanLII 63379 (ON LAT).
By Devan Marr
In the decision of English v. Manulife Financial Corporation, the Ontario Court of Appeal has weighed in on when a change in circumstances may allow an employee to revoke a seemingly clear resignation.
By Devan Marr
A recent decision by the Alberta Privacy Commissioner has confirmed that in some cases, an organization's requirement for independent contractors to install GPS tracking devices on their vehicles...
By Lisa Armstrong
The Ontario Court of Appeal has upheld Justice Ramsay's determination that the LAT has exclusive jurisdiction at first instance over all claims in respect of accident benefits
By Laura Emmett
In March, 2015, in recognition of the growing concern about cyber bullying and more particularly, the increasing number of incidents of "revenge porn",
By Daniel Strigberger
Can the insurer, who is required to waive reliance on the priority rules and pay accident benefits, still pursue indemnification from the priority insurer
By Tim Gillibrand
Ontario courts have been signalling for some time now that a failure to treat pre-trial conferences seriously will have consequences. A recent Superior Court of Justice
By Laura Emmett
The Alberta Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner ("Commissioner") recently considered whether it had jurisdiction to deal with a privacy complaint.
By Fiona Brown
This action arises from a fall that occurred on January 14, 2014 on common property owned by the defendant Strata Plan LMS2286 (the "Strata"). Strata retained the defendant Markic Development & Restoration Ltd ("Markic") to perform some remediation work on its premises.
By Shalini Thomas
Around 8 a.m. on an October day in 2015, the plaintiff drove to a strip mall that was operated and maintained by the defendant, Value Industries. She parked parallel to a curb outside of a Save on Foods store with the intention of walking up the wheelchair ramp to the store.
By Tim Gillibrand
When I graduated law school, I never expected to practice in an area where waivers of subrogation came up so frequently (or at all).