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Wrongfully SUED?
Options available if you have been wrongfully named in a construction lawsuit
Canada
14 Mar 2019
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Speeding And Alcohol Consumption Do Not Necessarily Equal Negligence
In the Ontario Court of Appeal decision of Smith v. Safranyos, 2018 ONCA 760, the Court considered an appeal from the trial decision of a claim arising from a serious car accident.
Canada
9 Jan 2019
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Agricultural Law Netletter – Sunday, October 21, 2018
The Manitoba Court of Appeal has held that a bankrupt, who had previously unsuccessfully applied to set aside a bankruptcy order on the ground that the creditor seeking bankruptcy...
Canada
6 Nov 2018
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Saskatchewan's The Informal Public Appeals Act: The Humboldt Broncos Case Study
The Saskatchewan Court of Queen's Bench has ordered money to be distributed from the Humboldt Broncos Memorial Fund Inc. to the victims and families impacted by the shocking bus crash in which 16 members of the team were killed and 13 were injured.
Canada
28 Sep 2018
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Architects Are Easy Targets For Lawsuits – Frivolous And Otherwise
Any fool with $250 and a typewriter can sue anybody. In my own practice I have seen an architect sued over mechanical defects, a mechanical engineer sued over structural defects and a structural engineer sued over building envelope defects.
Canada
9 Feb 2018
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Limitation Periods In Contaminated Land Cases: Ontario Court Of Appeal Provides Some Answers But Leaves More Questions For Environmental Lawyers And Their Clients
On January 11, 2017, the Ontario Court of Appeal issued its decision in Crombie v. McColl-Frontenac Inc. We had previously commented on the decision of the motions court...
Canada
28 Feb 2017
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Lengthy Prison Sentence For Supervisor
On January 11, 2016 the project manager for Metron Construction was sentenced to 3 ½ years' imprisonment for his part in the tragic 2009 accident.
Canada
9 Mar 2016
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Director's Liability For Corporate Negligence
Plaintiffs often cast the net broadly to capture every party with assets or insurance capable of satisfying a potential judgment.
Canada
23 Dec 2015
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Workplace Safety: Another Criminal Code Prosecution
For the third time, police have laid Bill C-45 Criminal Code charges arising from a workplace fatality. Millennium Crane Rentals of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, along with two individuals, have been charged with criminal negligence causing death.
Canada
20 Apr 2010
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