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Ontario Court Of Appeal Clarifies Limits On Claims For Contribution And Indemnity Against A Party's Lawyer
In Hengeveld v. The Personal Insurance Company, 2019 ONCA 497, the Ontario Court of Appeal addressed the issue of when a claim for contribution and indemnity is available against a party's lawyers.
Canada
4 Jul 2019
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Alberta Court Of Appeal Confirms Directors Potentially Liable For Injuries Suffered On Job Site
The Alberta Court of Appeal ("ABCA" or the "Court") in Hall v Stewart recentlyconfirmed that a director can be held liable for a workplace accident where the director had a certain degree of
Canada
2 May 2019
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Cannabis Product Liability Class Actions Come To Canada
As cannabis legalization moves north of the border, cannabis companies in Canada will inevitably face similar legal issues as they have in the United States, where the decriminalization of cannabis in several jurisdictions ...
Canada
21 Feb 2019
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The Supreme Court Concludes There Is No Need To Prove Psychiatric Illness To Establish Mental Injury: Saadati v. Moorhead
Is a Plaintiff required to prove that they suffer from a recognized psychiatric illness in order to recover for mental injury?
Canada
19 Jul 2017
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Municipalities Can't Bike Around Risk Management
On February 16, 2017, the Supreme Court of Canada refused leave to appeal the 2016 decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal in Campbell v. Bruce (County):
Canada
29 Mar 2017
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Saskatchewan Court Upholds Electronic Waiver As Enforceable
The Saskatchewan Court of Queen's Bench recently upheld an electronic waiver as enforceable in Quilichini v Wilson's Greenhouse, 2017 SKQB 10.
Canada
17 Feb 2017
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New Investigation Requirements, On-The-Spot Financial Penalties And Work-Stop Orders In Wake Of Babine And Lakeland Sawmill Disasters
Before the Babine and Lakeland sawmill disasters in 2012, employers were already under an obligation to investigate any workplace incident involving serious injury or death.
Canada
4 Jul 2015
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Cautionary Note For Maufacturers Of Communications Technology: Sender Of A Text Message Can Be Liable For Distracting A Driver
The dangers of texting while driving are well known, with distracted drivers properly found criminally and civilly responsible for the injuries they cause.
Canada
13 Sep 2013
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