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A Reference To Deference – The Court Weighs In On A Consultant's Findings
The consultant plays an important role in any construction project.
Canada
6 Apr 2018
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Is Spousal Support Available After Death?
Perhaps encouraged by the recent decision in Marasse Estate, we have another recent case from the Alberta Court of Queen's Bench addressing an estate's ability to claim spousal support...
Canada
6 Apr 2018
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A Reference To Deference – The Court Weighs In On A Consultant's Findings
The consultant plays an important role in any construction project.
Canada
5 Apr 2018
4
Duty Of Fairness At Investigative Stage And The Importance Of Co-Operation In An Investigation
Registered nurse refused to co-operate with professional investigation into his termination, claiming he needed more details on the investigation
Canada
28 Mar 2018
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Cannabis In The Workplace: A Few Things Employers Might Get A Taste Of
At this point, employers in Alberta are acutely aware that cannabis or marijuana is about to become a legal substance.
Canada
27 Mar 2018
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26 (Months) Is The New 24: No "Hard Cap" On Reasonable Notice Periods
What is the maximum amount of notice that an employee is entitled to upon termination? In Dussault v Imperial Oil Limited, 2018 ONSC 1168, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice ...
Canada
22 Mar 2018
7
Rolling The Dice On Costs Of Estate Litigation
Alberta Courts have been busy on the topic of costs in estate litigation in the past few months
Canada
21 Mar 2018
8
Unauthorized Practice: Strategies That Work
Regulators have an obligation to protect the public from unqualified, unauthorized persons practicing the profession
Canada
20 Mar 2018
9
Reduction In Sanction On The Basis Of Delay Is Not Automatic
The Law Society of Upper Canada v Abbott, 2017 ONCA 525, holds that delay in initiating investigatory and disciplinary proceedings does not necessarily justify a reduction in sanction.
Canada
20 Mar 2018
10
Duty Of Fairness At Investigative Stage And The Importance Of Cooperation In An Investigation
Kuny v College of Registered Nurses of Manitoba, 2017 MBCA 111, emphasizes that the duty of fairness at the investigative stage of a professional disciplinary process requires centrally ...
Canada
20 Mar 2018
11
Mo' Money, Mo' Administration
The controversy surrounding his death continues to garner media attention to this day and is perhaps best left to be explored in that forum.
Canada
12 Mar 2018
12
Contractor Know Thyself: If You Don't, You May Lose Your Lien
As such, a lien claimant must bring itself strictly within the statutory framework in order to take advantage of these statutory rights.
Canada
9 Mar 2018
13
Double Duty: Executors' Tax Filing Obligations
If you dread doing your own taxes, then think twice about becoming an executor of an estate. One of the core duties of a personal representative is to deal with the deceased's taxes.
Canada
8 Mar 2018
14
Case Summary: Valard Construction Ltd. V Bird Construction Co.
Supreme Court of Canada finds obligee/trustee under a Labour and Material Payment Bond breached the fiduciary duty owed to a claimant by failing to disclose existence of the Bond.
Canada
2 Mar 2018
15
Case Summary: Aviva Insurance Company Of Canada V Intact Insurance Company
The Court held that a duty to defend was triggered by pleadings alleging an escape of fuel oil onto neighbouring property despite a pollution exclusion clause in the policies ...
Canada
1 Mar 2018
16
Case Summary: Halley v McCann
Where a hospital employee leaked the fact that the Plaintiff patient to family members, she was held liable for the tort of publication of embarrassing facts and damages of $7,500 were awarded...
Canada
28 Feb 2018
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Case Summary: Vanderveen v Waterbridge Media Inc.
None of the exceptions mentioned earlier based on the public's right to Information is applicable here.
Canada
28 Feb 2018
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Case Summary: Stefanyk v Stevens
A tenant was found to be an "occupier" of its premises and potentially liable when a dog lunged at a party on the adjacent sidewalk, causing her to fall on the basis of allegedly having allowed....
Canada
28 Feb 2018
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Case Summary: Hartley v Security National Insurance Company
The Hartleys retained Minnesota counsel and sued the State of Minnesota for damages.
Canada
28 Feb 2018
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Case Summary: Alberta v Suncor Energy Inc.
Documents generated for an internal investigation of an accident can be protected by litigation privilege if they were created for the dominant purpose of litigation but that does not mean...
Canada
28 Feb 2018
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