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McCague Borlack LLP
Those who have watched or participated in a hockey game will know that rough play is an inherent risk of the sport. Most amateur leagues permit checking, which means that players are often subject to blows and collisions in the course of play.
McCague Borlack LLP
Toronto has once again found itself in the throes of sports fanaticism this year.
McCague Borlack LLP
With the commencement of the annual winter ski season, the legal exposure to ski hill and resort operators arising from injuries suffered by skiers and resort guests alike consequently increases.
Cox & Palmer
In this case, the Newfoundland & Labrador Court of Appeal considered the scope of the implied undertaking rule in circumstance involving an independent medical examination.
Samis + Company
Kingsway General Insurance Company v. Dominion of Canada General Insurance Company dealt with a chain reaction involving four vehicles.
Samis + Company
I don't think there's a better way to say "I love you" than to give that special someone their very own copy of Auto Insurance Coverage Law in Ontario.
Field LLP
The standard form SEF 44 endorsement (The Endorsement) was recently interpreted by the Supreme Court of Canada in the case of Sabean v. Portage La Prairie Mutual Insurance Co., 2017 SCC 7.
Miller Thomson LLP
Cybersecurity incidents are a popular topic of coverage in the press. These incidents range from hacking into government elections such as the 2016 U.S. presidential election, to that of hacking into the computers of power utility plants...
McCague Borlack LLP
In recent months, tensions have risen between regulators and companies developing autonomous vehicles. Applying and waiting for the approval of permits may seem inordinate for developers eager to test out and improve their autonomous technology in a highly competitive and fast-paced field.
Samis + Company
The issue of whether an excluded driver, by virtue of having executed a standard OPCF-28A excluded driver form, is legally also considered to be "any person specified in the policy as a driver of the insured automobile" . . .
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
In Martin et al v. the City of Barrie et al, 2016 ONSC 7830, the Ontario Superior Court found that the defendants were not liable for injuries suffered by the plaintiff when she went down a City-made snow slide during a winter festival and struck her tailbone on a chunk of ice that had become dislodged.
McCague Borlack LLP
It is important to remember that the occupier's duty to provide security is not absolute.
Field LLP
There were two motor vehicle accidents in the summer of 2006. The plaintiffs and the defendants involved in the accidents were employees of Brinks Canada Limited ("Brinks").
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
In February 2016, the Superior Court of Justice dismissed a plaintiff's motion to set aside a registrar's dismissal order. That decision was recently upheld by the Ontario Court of Appeal in Jadid v. Toronto Transit Commission, 2016 ONCA 936.
Samis + Company
Depending on the wording of the policy, the Ontario Court of Appeal has affirmed that Long Term Disability Benefit carriers can receive a deduction for any Non-Earner Benefits received by an Insured.
Clyde & Co
In 2016, Canadian courts issued a number of decisions that will have an impact on the landscape of insurance litigation. With the beginning of a new year, we take this opportunity to...
Miller Thomson LLP
In a January 11, 2017 decision, Nicole Breadner v. Co-operators General Insurance Company, A15-005120, Arbitrator Colleen King of FSCO found that a neuropsychological assessment is one assessment...
Field LLP
An insured killed by a thief driving the insured's vehicle is entitled to coverage under his S.P.F. 44 Endorsement, notwithstanding that one part of the definition of "inadequately insured motorist"...
McLennan Ross LLP
On December 23, 2016, the Court of Appeal released Roth v Economical Mutual Insurance Company ("Roth") which clarifies the interpretation of "Enforcement of Building By-laws" insurance coverage.
McCague Borlack LLP
Recent studies estimate 9% of licensed drivers aged 18 to 29 in Ontario report having driven within an hour of using cannabis.
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Miller Thomson LLP
Cybersecurity incidents are a popular topic of coverage in the press. These incidents range from hacking into government elections such as the 2016 U.S. presidential election, to that of hacking into the computers of power utility plants...
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In this case, a majority of the Court of Appeal certified a global class action despite 98% of the proposed class members being non-residents of Ontario.
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
In February 2016, the Superior Court of Justice dismissed a plaintiff's motion to set aside a registrar's dismissal order. That decision was recently upheld by the Ontario Court of Appeal in Jadid v. Toronto Transit Commission, 2016 ONCA 936.
Howie, Sacks & Henry
Technology makes it easy to connect with people around the world who may need accommodations when they visit your community.
McCague Borlack LLP
In recent months, tensions have risen between regulators and companies developing autonomous vehicles. Applying and waiting for the approval of permits may seem inordinate for developers eager to test out and improve their autonomous technology in a highly competitive and fast-paced field.
McCague Borlack LLP
It is important to remember that the occupier's duty to provide security is not absolute.
Clyde & Co
In 2016, Canadian courts issued a number of decisions that will have an impact on the landscape of insurance litigation. With the beginning of a new year, we take this opportunity to...
Blaney McMurtry LLP
The Court of Appeal considered: the sufficiency of conflict screens when counsel moves to another firm and found that the standard procedures to be inadequate...
McCarthy Tétrault LLP
On December 20, 2016, the Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada ("FINTRAC") released new guidelines (collectively, the "Guidelines")...
The Ross Firm
On behalf of Quinn Ross of The Ross Firm Professional Corporation posted in Residential Real Estate on Monday, February 6, 2017.
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