Housing supply needs more public-private collaboration, less red tape, say lawyers

Two Robins Appleby lawyers with different ideas about how to boost residential construction
BY Aidan Macnab 23 Feb 2024

Judicial vacancies holding up construction litigation: litigators

It can take a month to get in front of a judge to schedule a motion, says Sharon Vogel
BY Aidan Macnab 22 Feb 2024

With new federal funding Pro Bono Ontario expanding program for Ukrainian nationals across Canada

Pro Bono Ontario and the feds made the announcement Tuesday
BY 21 Feb 2024

Ontario Court of Appeal resolves access rights between parents and maternal grandparents

The case involved the court's jurisdiction to enforce access dates for three children
BY Angelica Dino 21 Feb 2024

Ontario Court of Appeal upholds dismissal of statute-barred personal injury claim

The court examined precedents involving the limitation period for personal injury claims
BY Angelica Dino 21 Feb 2024

Ontario Superior Court rules on admissibility of jury questions in vehicle accident case

Jury questions must be grounded in 'reasonable evidence': court
BY Angelica Dino 21 Feb 2024

Good relationship with accused doesn't aid reliability of sexual-assault complainant's memory: Court

Judge failed to instruct jury not to rely on impermissible reasoning suggested by Crown
BY Aidan Macnab 16 Feb 2024

Ontario's Privacy Commissioner raises concerns over use of artificial intelligence in hiring process

Commissioner highlights vulnerability of employees' data
BY Jonalyn Cueto 16 Feb 2024


Lincoln Alexander School of Law appoints Jake Okechukwu Effoduh as assistant professor

Effoduh served as chief counsel of the Africa – Canada AI and Data Innovation Consortium

HRTO finds paying newcomer less than minimum wage is citizenship-based discrimination

Second largest damages award in Tribunal's history

Osgoode Assistant Professor Suzanne Chiodo joins Civil Rules Review Working Group

She has been appointed as the only academic member of the group

Ontario Court of Appeal delivers ruling in ATV accident liability case

The accident resulted in a severe brain injury

Ontario Superior Court recognizes US court's judgment over Saudi Arabia bombing

The case reached Ontario through the Justice for Victims of Terrorism Act and the State Immunity Act

Court confirms injured claimant entitled to attendant care benefit because of pre-existing condition

Claimant cannot be removed from Minor Injury Guidelines and have injury deemed minor: court