Failure of Ontario to ‘conduct and manage’ online gaming makes iGaming system illegal, says lawsuit

Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke brought constitutional challenge against iGaming Ontario and MAG
BY Aidan Macnab 08 Dec 2022

OCA orders new trial for accused whose lawyer ‘conscripted him into assisting his own prosecution’

This is the second time court found that lawyer Janice R. Johnson provided ineffective assistance
BY Julius Melnitzer 07 Dec 2022

Ontario Securities Commission welcomes Kevan Cowan as new chair

Cowan has over 30 years of experience in the capital markets industry
BY Micah Guiao 07 Dec 2022

LSO opens applications for Legal Aid Ontario board, federal judiciary advisory committee

Opportunities for external appointments are up for grabs
BY Micah Guiao 07 Dec 2022

Appeal from certification order in bread price-fixing class action quashed

Certification order is procedural, not final, as it doesn't decide merits: Ontario Court of Appeal
BY Bernise Carolino 07 Dec 2022

Stay refused for mother seeking to relocate child from Milton to Sarnia

Disruption occurred when parent moved daughter without notifying her ex: Ontario court
BY Bernise Carolino 07 Dec 2022

Circumstantial evidence supports conviction when only alternatives are speculative: Ontario CA

Trial judge took piecemeal approach to circumstantial evidence rather than as a whole
BY Bernise Carolino 07 Dec 2022

Court awards 24 months’ notice to Air Canada employee terminated as part of COVID layoff

Unavailability of alternative employment weighed heavily in decision
BY Julius Melnitzer 05 Dec 2022


Ontario court rejects father's claim that mother brainwashed their child to seek emancipation

Man deemed vexatious litigant after filing proceedings when courts had already dismissed claim

Ontario Court of Appeal allows sentence appeal for convicted sexual offender with cancer

Man charged with offences against stepdaughter spanning from 1995 to 2003

Ontario Superior Court of Justice names Linda McKenzie as new judge

McKenzie fills in the role Justice Theresa Maddalena left

Ontario Human Rights Commission opens survey on lived experiences with poverty

The survey will inform the OHRC's approach in calling for meaningful changes

LSO Convocation approves license proposal for non-lawyer family legal services providers

Proposal gives paralegals ability to provide a narrow scope of services in family law

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

Court vacated injunction in battle between restauranteurs over use of term 'Bombay Frankie'