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Limitations Update: Court Of Appeal For Ontario Confirms That Discoverability Principles Apply To Claims For Contribution And Indemnity
On May 7, 2018, the Court of Appeal for Ontario released its decision in Mega International Commercial Bank (Canada) v. Yung.
Canada
29 May 2018
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Dominant Purpose Test In Solicitor Client Privilege Harder To Meet Now
Now that the Supreme Court of Canada has denied leave to appeal in Suncor Energy Inc. v. Alberta (2017) 415 D.L.R. (4th) 499 (Alta C.A.) it will be harder to establish solicitor-client privilege ...
Canada
11 May 2018
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Introducing An Environmental Expert's Opinion On Judicial Review
On January 18, 2018 the Nova Scotia Supreme Court in Sorflaten v. Nova Scotia (Environment) (2018) NSSC 7 refused to admit the expert opinion of Dr. Douglas J. Hallett, a toxicologist, relating to certain environmental aspects of a Ministerial approved pilot project for burning recycled tires as fuel at a cement plant owned by Lafarge Canada.
Canada
29 Jan 2018
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What To Do When The Other Side Says: "My Client's Files Have Been Corrupted"
When it comes to evidence in digital form - we'll call it electronically stored information - there are many templates available for processes and protocols under the Sedona Principles and, in Ontario...
Canada
24 Mar 2017
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