Once the damages, interest, and the costs taken into account, plaintiffs recovered nothing

Court not persuaded that manner in which trial judge charged the jury warranted new trial

Accused had several alcoholic drinks and drove boat into tree, harming passengers

Whether it was reasonable to make breathalyzer demand not made at trial and should not be entertained on appeal

Non-existence of receipt for each taxpayer was fatal

Taxpayers appealed from assessments disallowing deductions for purported charitable donation


Competition bureau to give lawyers more warning on deal reviews

Boswell talks to ABA members

Court fines concrete company $130,000 for worker’s death

Employer pled guilty to violating Occupational Health and Safety Act

OPSEU shows solidarity with injured workers’ groups over aid cuts

Protesters against reduced funding for Legal Aid Ontario assemble outside Attorney General’s office

Will new U.S. trademark rule cost Canadian lawyers?

U.S. lawyer now needed for Trademark Trial and Appeal Board

83% of readers don’t wipe their phones before travel

Lawyer explains why that’s a problem


A lawyer recently told Law Times that there hasn’t been clear guidance from the courts on the issue of unlocking a phone at an airport or a border, if border officers wish to examine it. Do you wipe all information off of your devices before your travel outside Canada?