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Lawsuits And Privacy Legislation – How Do They Interact?
As litigators know, the Rules of Civil Procedure provide for what is usually referred to as the "Deemed Undertaking" between parties to a lawsuit not to disclose documents gathered in the course of a lawsuit...
Canada
23 Mar 2017
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You Have Breached A Contract: Can An Exclusion Clause Protect You From A Damage Claim?
In this case, Dr. Chuang entered into an agreement with Toyota to build and operate a Lexus dealership in downtown Toronto.
Canada
2 Aug 2016
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The Civil Jury Trial Cheatsh
Subject to limited exceptions, all parties litigating in Superior Court have the right to have the issues of fact tried, or the damages assessed, or both, by a jury.
Canada
2 Jun 2015
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Plaintiff Awarded $13,000 Judgment And $90,000 In Costs
There are provisions in the Rules of Civil Procedure which provide that if a plaintiff brings a lawsuit in Superior Court and recovers an amount that is within the monetary jurisdiction of the Small Claims Court ($25,000) ..
Canada
10 Feb 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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The Civil Injunction Cheat Sheet
Injunctions are a powerful remedy that are sought and granted in a wide range of disputes.
Canada
27 Feb 2014
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The Latest From The Supreme Court Of Canada On Summary Judgments
On January 23, 2014, the Supreme Court of Canada released its reasons in "Hryniak v. Mauldin". The case continues the current trend of lowering the bar on the test for summary judgments.
Canada
29 Jan 2014
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Legal Proceedings And The Middle Class
In an article posted recently in the online version of Canadian Lawyer, Margaret Waddell put forward a proposal which she entitled "A Radical Idea for Giving the Average Person Their Day in Court".
Canada
7 Nov 2013
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Irvin Schein blogged, "Dismissal For Delay: How Long Is Too Long?"
The recent decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal in Khan v. Metroland Printing, Publishing and & Distributing Ltd. et al is a useful reminder that even though the wheels of justice may feel like they turn slowly, there is a limit to everything.
Canada
30 Sep 2013
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Surprising Decision On Specific Performance
A discussion on obtaining specific performance of an agreement of purchase and sale for commercial property, in the light of the recent decision of the Superior Court of Ontario in 2329131 Ontario Inc. v. Carlyle Development Corporation.
Canada
11 Sep 2013
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