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Gardiner Roberts LLP
An action that arises out of an expression on a matter of public interest is vulnerable to a motion for dismissal under section 137.1 of the Courts of Justice Act (the "CJA").
Stikeman Elliott LLP
The disciplinary hearing took place on certain dates between May and September 2017, and a decision was rendered against Mr. Abrametz on January 10, 2018.
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
Although decided in the context of a family law arbitration, the decision could have implications for the commercial arbitration community more generally.
McKercher LLP
The provincial government has passed legislation permitting certain professions to self-regulate. This allows for a regulatory body to be established which creates bylaws, policies...
Robins Appleby LLP
Commercial contracts often contain mandatory arbitration clauses, which compel parties to use this alternative dispute resolution (ADR) method to resolve disputes arising under the contract and bar parties from the courts.
Gardiner Roberts LLP
In our digital world, virtually everyone has made the mistake of hitting send on an email or text that they wish they could take back either because of the content or to whom they sent it.
Lenczner Slaght LLP
Here's a look at the leave application decisions that the Supreme Court of Canada will be releasing on August 4, 2022.
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
In the recent decision of Klassen v. City of Hamilton (2022 ONSC 3660), the Ontario Superior Court dismissed the motion to certify a class action relating to the design and construction...
Gardiner Roberts LLP
Conspiracy is a complicated tort. In order to succeed in such a claim, a plaintiff is required to establish various elements. Where those elements do not exist, a defendant can ...
Torkin Manes LLP
This checklist identifies some of the most important factors an applicant should consider when deciding to pursue judicial review in the Ontario Divisional Court.
Gluckstein Personal Injury Lawyers
Informed consent means that patients are entitled to understand treatment options, risks and benefits so that they can make informed and voluntary decisions.
Field LLP
The Supreme Court of Canada just released a decision of critical importance to professional regulators addressing when delay in administrative proceedings constitutes an abuse...
McLeish Orlando LLP
This blog aims to analyze a case-crossover study conducted by the American Journal of Public Health, with a particular focus on the study's results for the City of Toronto.
Blaney McMurtry LLP
Following are this week's summaries of the Court of Appeal for Ontario for the week of July 25, 2022.
Bennett Jones LLP
Christine A. Viney, Bruce Mellett and Patrick Schembri write about the Alberta Court of Appeal's summary of the key principles that apply when an insured seeks a declaration...
McLeish Orlando LLP
This decision serves as a good reminder that experts need to be impartial to testify at trial.
Minden Gross LLP
On several occasions over the course of my years participating in mediations both as counsel and as mediator, I have come across a number of lawyers who clearly have no interest in settlement.
Sotos LLP
If you accepted Visa and/or Mastercard credit cards payments between March 23, 2001 and September 2, 2021, you may be eligible to receive money from certain class actions settlements.
Lawson Lundell LLP
In a highly anticipated decision, the Supreme Court of Canada (the "SCC") in Barendregt v Grebliunas, 2022 SCC 22 confirmed the appropriate test for admitting additional evidence on appeal.
Cassels
Effective July 18, 2022, an amended Court of Appeal Act and corresponding Court of Appeal Rules (the "Amended Rules") came into force.
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