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When Is The Driver Of A Car Considered Not To Be In Possession Of Their Own Vehicle?
n the recent Court of Appeal decision in McKay v. Park, Hnatiuk and TD Home and Auto Insurance Company,
Canada
28 Aug 2019
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Can A Lawyer's Duty To His Client Extend Beyond The Scope Of His Retainer?
In the recent case of Meehan v. Good, the Ontario Court of Appeal dealt with a situation in which a lawyer was retained to represent a client with respect to the assessment of the accounts of the client's former lawyer.
Canada
14 Mar 2017
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When Can A Ski Resort Be Liable For A Skier's Injuries?
The recent decision of the Ontario Superior Court in Trimmeliti v. Blue Mountain Resorts Limited is a useful reminder of the difficulty that an injured skier will face in suing a ski resort for a personal injury incurred on the slopes.
Canada
29 Sep 2015
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When Can A Ski Resort Be Liable For A Skier's Injuries?
The recent decision of the Ontario Superior Court in Trimmeliti v. Blue Mountain Resorts Limited is a useful reminder of the difficulty that an injured skier will face in suing a ski resort for a personal injury incurred on the slopes.
Canada
10 Sep 2015
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The Duties Of Contractors Involved In Design And Construction
The recent decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal in O’Dowda v. Halpenny et al. is a useful reminder of the duties of contractors, subcontractors, architects and engineers who take part in the design and construction of buildings.
Canada
4 Feb 2015
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