Lack of details in Ontario's 'right to disconnect' policy gives employers full discretion: KPMG Law

Partner Richelle Pollard says similar legislation could apply to federally regulated workplaces
BY Annabel Oromoni 18 May 2022

Former industry exec David Singh sentenced to three and half years in jail for defrauding investors

Justice Mara Greene ordered Singh to pay restitution of more than $4.8 million
BY Annabel Oromoni 18 May 2022

Ontario introduces new measures to improve transparency in real estate sales process

New measures provide sellers with option called 'open offer process'
BY Katrina Eñano 18 May 2022

Commissions received from inmates’ collect calls not unlawful indirect taxes: Ontario court

Contractual payments made to government authority not public law matter of taxation, court said
BY Katrina Eñano 18 May 2022

Benchers Jacqueline Horvat and Philip Horgan nominated for 2022-23 Law Society of Ontario treasurer

The election will take place on June 15
BY Annabel Oromoni 16 May 2022

Appeal court overturns ruling that COVID-related layoffs preclude constructive dismissal claims

Court declined to address if IDEL layoffs count as constructive dismissal under common law
BY Annabel Oromoni 16 May 2022

UWindsor names Sukanya Pillay as interim associate vice-president for human resources

Pillay has been a Law Foundation of Ontario scholar since 2017
BY Katrina Eñano 16 May 2022

Residential sale proceeds should be distributed per late mother's will: Ontario court

Court rejects respondents' claim that proceeds should be distributed under trust declaration
BY Katrina Eñano 16 May 2022


Ontario family lawyers hold virtual press conference urging the courts to continue remote hearings

Lawyers suggested that the courts should focus on fixing the glitches with technology

LSO rejects paralegal's motion requesting that the Ontario government regulate the legal profession

Some paralegals allege that the LSO denies access to justice for low income people

Environmental groups concerned about Ontario's repeat violation of the Environmental Bill of Rights

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing prematurely ended the public consultation for Bill 109

Free online pilot program for self-represented litigants in family law proceedings concludes

National Self-Represented Litigants Project, Windsor Law launched program in January

Ontario financial regulator launches new program to protect whistle-blowers

New program prevents civil liabilities, reprisals, against whistle-blowers

McMaster University wins judicial review over removal of students for refusing COVID-19 vaccine

The case is the first in Ontario to address the issue of mandatory vaccine policy on merits