Recent ruling a 'cautionary tale' for start-ups, says IP lawyer

Court vacated injunction battle between restauranteurs over use of term 'Bombay Frankie'
BY Aidan Macnab 01 Dec 2022

OCA refuses to extend intrusion upon seclusion liability to hacked commercial database holders

But privacy claimants may sue in negligence, contract or statutory breach
BY Julius Melnitzer 30 Nov 2022

Law Society of Ontario extends virtual verification until January 2024

Authentication is encouraged but not required
BY Micah Guiao 30 Nov 2022

Ontario Court of Appeal upholds summary judgment in seller's favour after buyer fails to close

Court accepted expert report's assessment, awarded difference between original and resale price
BY Bernise Carolino 30 Nov 2022

Heather Johnston joins Law Foundation of Ontario's board of trustees

Johnston has recently retired from BDO Canada
BY Micah Guiao 30 Nov 2022

Ontario Court of Appeal rejects statute-barred negligent misrepresentation claim

Appellants aware of generator deficiencies years before expert report
BY Bernise Carolino 30 Nov 2022

Prisoner's personal injury action stemming from court van accident dismissed

No liability for city or van driver: Ontario Court of Appeal
BY Bernise Carolino 30 Nov 2022

Methamphetamine trafficking conviction upheld by Ontario Court of Appeal

Judge properly apprehended photo evidence showing transaction: Ontario Court of Appeal
BY Bernise Carolino 30 Nov 2022


Seven new judges join Ontario Court of Justice

Four judges assigned to Brampton and the other three to Newmarket

Right of first refusal not 'eviscerated' by discouraging rights holder: Ontario Court of Appeal

No inducement of contractual breach, good faith duty or fiduciary duty

Assess witness by age at testimony on events that occurred during childhood: Ontario Court of Appeal

Appropriate to rely on immaturity at time of events for perspective, but not credibility of grownup

Ontario government seeks to cut red tape with modernized legislation

The government says it has been reducing red tape since 2018

LSO and federation push Metrolinx to find alternative to new subway station on Osgoode Hall property

Provincial legal regulator says Metrolinx agreed to await the findings of an independent review

Human Right Commission backs changes to Equipment and Use of Force Regulation, use of force report

Changes include elements which are crucial to process of identifying systemic barriers, OHRC said